If you bought an Amazon Kindle e-book between April 2010 and May 2012, check your inbox — you may have money coming to you.
Almost everybody has one, but according to the Federal Trade Commission, email is the most common way scammers attack us. But still, many people take unnecessary risks with their emails. We’ve got three things to avoid.
A California official is bringing new life to the argument that the Internet -- including emails -- is an untapped revenue resource that should be taxed to help local economies.
It's official: Outlook.com will fully replace Hotmail as Microsoft's webmail service.
If you received an email saying that someone had complained to the better business bureau about your company, the message would probably grab your eye.