Google said its corporate Gmail customers would now be able to edit documents and other files without leaving the e-mail service, as it aims to lure clients from Microsoft.
Google lured billions of consumers to its digital services by offering copious free cloud storage. That’s beginning to change.
ProtonMail is in talks with Huawei Technologies about including its encrypted e-mail service in future mobile devices, part of the Chinese phone maker’s plan to develop an alternative to the Google ecosystem.
Google is stopping one of the most controversial advertising formats: ads inside Gmail that scan users’ e-mail contents. The decision didn’t come from Google’s ad team, but from its cloud unit, which is angling to sign up more corporate customers
Sent that e-mail you shouldn’t have? Good news! Gmail has introduced an “unsend” feature. For a 30-second window after sending that bad idea to the wrong person, you can “unfire” the gun. Somehow I don’t see this
Love the company or hate it, Google has fundamentally changed the way we use the Internet. The company has set the standard for two of the Internet’s biggest drawcards, Web search and e-mail, for more than a decade. And it’s showing no signs of slowing down. This week, Google unveiled
Google has announced 13 new languages for Gmail, two of which are South African languages Afrikaans and isiZulu. The additions push the number of supported languages on the Gmail platform to 71. “Gmail is already available in 58 languages, and today’s we’re bringing