Have you ever sent an email in a rush, only to regret the silly errors and typos a moment later? Gmail has had an “undo” feature for desktop users for a few years now, but they made it available for mobile users only earlier this month. The catch, however, is that you have just about 10 seconds to tap the undo button before it’s too late. Gmail’s “undo” email feature is available for all iPhone, iPad and Android users. You can use the feature on a browser or the Gmail application on your phone. So, here’s how you can recall an email on Gmail. On your desktopOn your phoneWorkaroundOn your Gmail, tap on the left panel and scroll down to “settings”. Now, go to “general settings” and check mark the option to “confirm before sending”. Enabling this feature will add another step by prompting you on whether the email is to be sent or not. WATCH ‘FORWARDED’ LABEL NOW … [Read more...] about How to unsend a Gmail email on your phone and desktop
Cloud storage and document sharing startup Box.net is the latest startup to adopt HTML5. The startup is announcing today that it is incorporating a broad implementation of HTML5 drag and drop functionality that supports native interaction with desktop. So basically, you can drag and drop files from the desktop right into your Box.net web application. The feature works on Firefox 3.6 and Chrome for PC (with support for Safari and Chrome on all platforms coming in the next few weeks). Box’s CEO and co-founder Aaron Levie says that Flash didn’t allow this at all due to security issues. While this is a small addition in terms of functionality, he believes that HTML5 provides a much richer user experience when it comes to enterprise applications and the interaction between the browser and the operating system . “HTML5 is the nail on the coffin of desktop applications because we can create this rich interactive experience that acts like a native app.” Levie adds that … [Read more...] about Box.net Adopts HTML5; Adds Drag And Drop Functionality Between The Web And Desktop
The new Mac Pro starts at $9999, which already makes it one of the most expensive computers you can buy. For that price you’d expect some impressive performance stats, and the Mac Pro does deliver in that regard, with an 8-core processor, 32GB of RAM, and 8GB graphics card and 256GB of the speedier solid state storage. But if you need absolutely the most powerful Apple computer on offer, you’re going to need close to $100,000. The new Apple Mac Pro starts at expensive and goes up from there. Picture: Brittany Hosea-Small / AFPSource:AFP Fully-specced out, the Mac Pro will set you back $84,778 for a maxed-out model offering a 28-core processor (which adds $11,200 to the price), a massive 1.5TB of RAM (which contributes a staggering $40,000), two graphics cards with 32GB of memory apiece ($17,280) and 4TB of solid state storage ($2240). Apple’s Afterburner card can also be added for better video rendering performance for an additional $3200. An extra $640 adds wheels … [Read more...] about Apple’s new Mac Pro can cost almost $100,000, but why?
The iPhone 11, Samsung Galaxy A50, Apple Watch Series 5, and Nintendo Switch Lite are all available today. Also, Amazon is still offering Prime members discounts on Fire TV streaming devices, Fire tablets, and Kindles. Check out those great deals and more below. Contents Apple Devices Amazon Devices Laptops Desktops Networking, Storage and Components TVs and Home Entertainment Smartphones Electronics Headphones and Speakers Home Improvement Featured Deals Out Today: Samsung Galaxy A50 64GB 6.4" Unlocked Smartphone + Galaxy Fit for $349.99 at Amazon (list price $461.99) Out Today: Apple Watch Series 5 GPS 40mm Smartwatch for $384.99 (44mm for $415) at Amazon (list price $399) Pre-order New Apple iPad 128GB 10.2" Retina Wi-Fi Tablet for $399.99 at Amazon (list price $429) Out Today: Nintendo Switch Lite (Multiple Colors) for $199.96 at Amazon Select Users Only: Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K Streaming Media Player for $24.99 at Amazon (use code: 4KFIRETV - list price $49.99) Samsung 970 … [Read more...] about Out Today: iPhone 11, Apple Watch Series 5, Samsung Galaxy A50
Advertisement Web apps are fine, but native Mac apps are often better When Is It Better to Choose Web Apps Over Native Mac Apps? When Is It Better to Choose Web Apps Over Native Mac Apps? Some of the most popular Mac applications are available both as native apps and web apps, but which is best? Read More . When you listen to music in your browser, it’s hard to keep track of which tab is playing. Plus, much of the time pressing the Play/Pause key will open iTunes instead of pausing the current track.SoundCloud is no different. The service unfortunately discontinued its official Mac app a while ago. Fortunately, there are plenty of alternative SoundCloud apps.1. SoundCleodLittle more than the SoundCloud website in a frame, SoundCleod improves on the web app by providing some of the basic functionality you’d expect from a native app. Aside from moving the app out of the web browser and into the Dock, where it’s easier to find, SoundCleod also restores full media … [Read more...] about The 5 Best Free SoundCloud Desktop Apps for Mac