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Gmail Introduces Priority Inbox To Help You Manage Your Inbox

08/31/2010, You might already have a pretty good email filter set up to help you manage your incoming emails in Gmail, but Google has just introduced a Priority Inbox feature to help you identify which email is important. The new system uses a variety of signals such...

Gmail Chat works on non-US Gmail account for a while

08/26/2010, While the initial rollout of Gmail Chat was meant for US-users only, word is going around that non-US users will also be able to take advantage of this feature, no thanks to the folks over at Google getting over excited with the latest development,...

Gmail Voice And Video Chat Comes To Linux

08/20/2010, Good news for users of Debian-based Linux distributions out there. Google has just announced that the long-awaited voice and video chat for Linux has arrived, and users will be able to pop by gmail.com/videochat to download the plug-in and start yakking...

Gmail For iPad Updated With A New Interface

08/19/2010, iPad users who use Gmail might have noticed that the internet search giant has updated its iPad interface for Gmail, offering a new stacked card interface. The toolbar control system has also been revamped, as it might have been perceived as confusing...

Gmail Contacts Interface Updated

08/11/2010, If you’ve been using Gmail regularly over the past few days, you’ll probably have noticed that Google has updated the interface slightly, with a lot of focus being placed on the updated contacts page. With the new design, contacts should be...

Gmail Introduces Drag And Drop Attachment Saving

08/04/2010, Google has made a tiny, but very useful, improvement to its Gmail service. Now folks who are using Google Chrome will be able to drag attachments out of messages to save the attachment directly to the computer. All you have to do is to click and drag the...

India could ban Blackberry, Skype and Gmail

07/01/2010, The Department of Telecom (DoT) in India could very well place a ban on BlackBerry devices, Skype as well as Gmail services if they do not comply with the government’s request to ensure that data going through their networks will be made available...

Gmail Now Supports Third-party Contextual Gadgets

05/19/2010, It was only a matter of time before it happened, and now Gmail has gotten the green light to support third-party contextual gadgets. What does this mean? Well, these gadgets would be distributed in the Google Apps marketplace, displaying information from...

Hotmail Push Email For Mobile Phones Via ActiveSync On Its Way

04/29/2010, While Google’s Gmail service is enjoying quite a bit of success recently, Microsoft doesn’t plan to let the search engine giant run off with the webmail crown just yet. Word is that Microsoft is planning to introduce Hotmail push email support...

Concept: Google Maps Envelope Beta

03/30/2010, Need to send a snail mail to someone, but can’t be bothered to print out the letter and walk to the post office? If Google ever adopted this concept Google Maps Envelopes, it would certainly save you all that trouble. All you have to do is pay a...

Google Hosting A Special Event On Tuesday

02/08/2010, Reports are coming in that Google is sending out invitations to a special event on Tuesday at the company’s Mountain View, California campus. Details aren’t abundant just yet, but apparently “some new product innovations” are...

Facebook Email Coming?

02/05/2010, Could Facebook and Google become competitors soon? Aside from getting a new facelift to commemorate its 6th birthday, a recent report hints that Facebook might be gearing up to provide its own full webmail service, which will obviously have to take on the...

Google makes secure Net connection default

01/13/2010, Google has decided to make default its secure version of the Hypertext Transfer Protocol that are used by Web browsers whenever one uses their services. Here’s a snippet from the Big G. “Using HTTPS helps protect data from being snooped by...