Gmail is one of the most popular email platforms in the world, and for good reason; it’s easy to organize, it’s free to open an account, and it comes with significant technical support (though you probably won’t need it). It works quickly, and on most of your devices, so you can spend less time emailing […]
Now you can fire off fast replies, minus the risk of sounding like a thoughtless jerk.
A time-trial review.
Google still wants to be a one-stop shop for everything mobile.
Now there’s a simple export system for all of your data.
Inbox invitations get set free at 3:00 p.m. PT/6 pm. ET.
Think smarter email that doesn’t always look like email.
At least on Android, for now.
Google is making a twin-pronged push for safer encrypted email—even where it might cut against its own business interests.
I’m a big email user, and Windows 8.1 finally gets it right.
The search giant promises to stop scanning Gmail messages for education, business and government users to target advertising.
A new Google update lets anyone Gmail you via Google+. Here’s how you can change that.
And vice versa—you can also ping the Gmail accounts of strangers if they have Google+ accounts. But only once!
Google will serve up all your Gmail images directly—which may be good for you, but bad for the folks tracking you via email.
As part of its Google Takeout service, Google now allows users to download Gmail and Google Calendar data.
Google’s motion to dismiss allegations that Gmail service is violating wiretapping laws by scanning emails was rejected.
In the Apple-Google war for the hearts and wallets of consumers, you are collateral damage.
People are fussing that Google is apparently throwing Gmail users under the bus. But Google’s not saying anything new here.
Google users now have 15GB of unified space to use among all the Google apps, and any additional storage purchased can be used wherever it is most needed.
What works in politics doesn’t work in software, as Microsoft is learning — possibly to its regret.