Guest Post Microsoft’s new Outlook.com mail service may finally drive some much-needed innovation in email. (Disclosure: I have Microsoft stock from my time as an employee there.)
Google really, really wants you to use Google+. And we know one thing for certain: Resistance is futile.
Leaving Google behind, Dave Girouard is leaving to launch his own startup, backed by Kleiner Perkins, NEA, and Google Ventures.
Earlier in February, news broke that social network LinkedIn was buying Rapportive, a company that makes a Gmail add-on for contacts. On Wednesday Rapportive made it official and announced the news on its company blog.
Fluent, a new email client created by three ex-Google employees, makes your inbox look like a mix of Facebook and Twitter.
Google has released a feature-rich update to its popular Google Voice app for iOS, but unfortunately it also comes with numerous bugs.
Yet another major company has jumped into patent squabbles with Google. British Telecommunications filed suit against the search giant on Thursday for infringing on six patents.
Google has released an update for its Gmail iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch applications today that adds several new features requested by users.
Google will keep voice calls to the U.S. and Canada free into 2012 the company announced today, after indicating earlier it might charge for calls at the end of the year.
Do you check your Gmail religiously, but can’t seem to make your way over to Google+ to see what your friends are up to? With the new Gmail and Google+ integration, you’ll be able to see friends’ status updates from your inbox, organize your Gmail by Google circles, and more.
Google has re-released its Gmail app for the iPhone and iPod touch, two weeks after the company botched the app’s initial debut and yanked it from the App Store.
Google has finally rolled out an update to its ultra popular email client Gmail today. The update features a simplified design, visually enhanced threaded conversations and improved search functionality.
Finally, iPhone users could soon get access to the rich Gmail experience that Android users have had since the beginning.
Shopping-tool startup Slice is available for for Gmail users today, the company announced, which opens up the ecommerce tracking tool to an additional 200 million users worldwide.
Google accidentally published a YouTube video today that introduced some big changes to its popular email product Gmail.
Google added a new preview pane feature to its popular email service Gmail today. The feature is visually similar to the interface that’s displayed when browsing from a tablet computer.
You know that little green phone icon in your Gmail chat column? Ever tried it? You might today, since Google has expanded calling from Gmail to support 38 languages and four payment currencies.
Google’s popular email product Gmail is about to get much more social.
Many Google+ users saw a massive amount of notification email messages from the service this afternoon, and now Google’s head of social, Vic Gundotra, has an explanation.
The Google team is gaga for Google+. Or at least that’s what the company’s recent tweaks and redesigns would suggest, including the new black toolbar that floats above all Google products. Next up: a makeover for Gmail.
Google has launched Google Takeout, a service that downloads all of a user’s saved information on Google’s servers.
Google plans to add real-time communications abilities into the Chrome browser, according to an announcement on Google’s Chromium-dev group. Using its own WebRTC project at its base, the company will attempt to enable real-time communications through Chrome and then, potentially, other browsers like Firefox and Opera.
Google announced a new feature for Gmail today called the People Widget, which includes social details about whoever you’re corresponding with right alongside your emails.
Yahoo announced Tuesday it will roll out a brand-new interface for its estimated 277 million users during the next few weeks. The company has been testing a beta version of this powerful upgrade for seven months and wants all its users to embrace this better working and smarter designed version of the popular service.
It looks like one of Gmail’s cooler experiments has paid off.
Google’s Gmail service is adding a new feature today called Smart Labels, giving users another way to home in on the messages that they really care about.
Around 150,000 Gmail users woke up to a nasty surprise over the weekend: their Gmail accounts — including email, chats, attachments and contacts — had disappeared into the cloud, the Huffington Post reports.