Starting today, AP style guidelines dictate that the word “email” no longer has a hyphen. Other words like “e-book” and “e-business” will still take the hyphen.
Also, “cellphone” is now one word, and “smartphone” will be spelled as a compound word. Finally, the city of Calcutta will henceforth be “Kolkata.”
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