Tuesday, 31 July 2012

Microsoft unveils new answer to Gmail with Outlook.com

Tech Sanity Check

TechRepublic Member | July 31, 2012

Goodbye, Hotmail. Hello, Outlook.com

Microsoft's flagship mail service for consumers gets a new name and a "modern" Metro-style interface. Here's how to sign up for a preview and what to expect. Read more

First look: Microsoft's newest email client Outlook.com

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