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Email is not sexy.
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The Future of Email: The Internet’s Least Exciting Application
Gmail is now a decade old. The email juggernaut, which turns 10 on April 1, grew quickly over the last few years, accruing more than 425 million global active users by 2012 Google hasn’t released any other metrics or data about its user base since then, but 425 million is no small feat. That figure is larger than most country populations, and is nearly double the size of Yahoo Mail , Gmail’s top competitor See also: The Many Faces of Gmail: A 10-Year Retrospective Here are 12 things that are much smaller than Gmail, so you can compare just how large the email service really is.
12 Things Gmail’s User Base Dwarfs in Size
Opfinderen af en række vigtige iPhone-funktioner afslører nye detaljer om skabelsen af den ikoniske smartphone.
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Apple-opfinder løfter sløret: Sådan føltes det at lave den første iPhone
When Facebook said it would buy Oculus VR, many eyes turned to Oculus CTO John Carmack. Would Quake’s co-creator be happy with the deal when Facebook sees virtual reality gaming as just the beginning?
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Touring the Milky Way now is as easy as clicking a button with NASA’s new zoomable, 360-degree mosaic presented Thursday at the TED 2014 Conference in Vancouver, Canada. The star-studded panorama of our galaxy is constructed from more than 2 million infrared snapshots taken over the past 10 years by NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope
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WIRED Space Photo of the Day: Milky Way Panorama