While Google already added sending cash via Gmail, it has also debuted new "quick action" buttons in Gmail that let you RSVP to events and more -- all without leaving the inbox.
As if today's other announcements weren't enough, Google is also bringing Google Wallet support to Gmail, making it incredibly easy to send friends and family payments by just sending an email.
Google has modified its cloud storage allocation for regular users of its services so they now share 15GB of free storage across Gmail, Drive, and Google+ Photos.
Nap rooms are so 2000s. Massage rooms are a dime a dozen. And the in-office gym has been around since at least the 90s. So if you want to up the ante, attract the best talent, and have the most brag-worthy office in the world, you need more.
Microsoft's decision to get rid of Hotmail and replace it with Outlook.com appears to have paid off.
There's no more waiting for the hot iOS e-mail app Mailbox.
Google updated Gmail for iOS today with one simple update that might just have won me over.
"Yeah, but the Contacts page still looks like it was developed by Fred Flintstone."
Microsoft's anti-Google TV ads are on their way out. Thank goodness.
Microsoft really wants its Outlook.com email app to pick up new users. Its solution? Attack the hell out of Google's incredibly popular Gmail service.
Gmail users in the U.S. and Canada are getting another year of free domestic voice calls, thanks to Google.
Google's unified search dreams are beginning to take shape.
While most tools of the digital communication age continue to evolve, for some reason email has been curiously (and tragically) stuck in the past.
Google reveals that bugs with its sync software were behind the Chrome crashes that hit users yesterday.
It's not just you: Google has confirmed that Gmail has indeed experienced some service disruptions.
Google has graduated three time-saving experimental Gmail features, kicking them out of the protected confines of Labs and into your inbox.
Apple's app store appears to be having some technical challenges today. Perhaps it's the massive influx of people downloading Google's new Gmail app.
Six months ago, Google says, it started working on a new Gmail app for iPhone and iPad. That's a long time, but Gmail fans who can't part with their gorgeous Apple hardware will probably think it's worth the wait.
With the latest update, Google is bringing Gmail and Drive a lot closer together.
Composing a new email is about as commonplace as toasting a bagel. Well, not if Google has anything say about it.