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Google Denies Allegations Of Gmail Snooping To Weed Out Leaker

03/26/2014, Microsoft recently admitted that it went through a blogger’s Hotmail account to collect evidence of a leak by an employee. The proof led to the arrest of Alex Kibkalo, a former Microsoft employee who leaked Windows 8 files and Microsoft Activation...

Gmail Experiment Shows Promotional Emails As Ads

03/25/2014, There was much debate over Google’s decision to display marketing and promotional emails in a standalone “Promotions” tab in Gmail. Incoming emails that are deemed to be offering promotions or deals are no longer shown along with the...

Gmail Security Improved

03/20/2014, Last Summer former U.S. national security contractor Edward Snowden blew the whistle on National Security Agency’s electronic spying programs. A lot of major U.S. internet companies were named in the leaked documents, even though they have denied...

Gmail For iOS Finally Supports Background Refresh

03/05/2014, In this day and age, you would want your email to land seamlessly on your mobile device. BlackBerry perfected push email a long time back, and that became one of its major selling points, but then the world moved beyond email which lead to the...

Higher Profile Google Users Have Different Default Email Settings

01/14/2014, So the other day Google, in an attempt to get more people to use Google+, announced that anyone visiting your Google+ page would be allowed to send you an email (to your Gmail account) even if they don’t have you in their circles. No doubt this is...

Gmail Now Lets You Email Anyone On Google+

01/09/2014, Google has slowly been integrating Google+ in its most widely used services. The social network is baked into search, as search plus your world and into YouTube as its default comments system. Gmail is the latest service to receive the Google+ treatment,...

Gmail To Display Email Images By Default

12/12/2013, Those of us who use Gmail are familiar with the “display images below” link that pops up whenever we open an emails from unknown senders that has images inside. Gmail did this to protect users from unknown senders who might have tried to use...

Microsoft Entices Gmail Users To Join Outlook.com Through New Tool

12/11/2013, Microsoft and Google both run two of the most widely used email services, Outlook.com and Gmail. It obviously won’t come as a surprise to see one try to poach users from the other. Redmond has developed a new tool to entice existing Gmail users to...

Download Gmail And Google Calendar User Data Starting Today

12/05/2013, Google has announced today that it is now allowing people to download a copy of their user data on Gmail and Google Calendar. They will have the luxury to download all of the data, or choose to download specific filters, calendars and labels. Users will...

Google Calendar Gets Smarter, Helps You Stay Up To Date

12/04/2013, The folks over at Google have been doing pretty well when it comes to making sure that you are able to keep track of all your appointments in a precise and concise manner, thanks to the introduction of Google Calendar for quite some time already. Needless...

Gmail For iPad Updated With Full-Screen Reading

11/14/2013, After making several major updates to Gmail on the web, Google today rolled out an updated Gmail for iPad app. It brings a host of new features, including but not limited to full-screen reading. That’s right, the app is now capable of allowing users...

Gmail Attachments Can Now Directly Be Saved To Google Drive

11/12/2013, Google has announced yet another new feature for Gmail today, its the ability to save documents directly to Google Drive from within the email itself. Just yesterday Gmail was updated to supercharge “quick action” buttons, which now support a...

Gmail And Docs Receive Handwriting Input Capability

10/22/2013, We all know that Gmail and Docs do come with rather wide language support, but there are some cases when using the keyboard is not exactly the most ideal situation to be in. Should you be a student who wants to include a foreign phrase in your paper, or...