Google has rolled out an update to GMail that adds a unsubscribe link at the top of the message next to the address if it exists anywhere in the email, meaning you can save time by not looking for it.
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Google has issued a statement regarding the recent arrest of a sex offender in Texas facilitated by the company's automated scanning algorithm for tracking down child pornography across services.
In a bid to enable full functionality in mobile websites, Microsoft has changed the user agent of Internet Explorer on Windows Phone 8.1 GDR1 update with iOS7 and Android 4.0 as the OS.
A security issue in Gmail has been revealed that means hackers could have extracted the email address of every user with ease up until last year and sold them to spammers at huge prices.
A new report claims Google may be testing a new user interface for its Gmail website, althought there's no word if this changes will be made available to the general public.
Google has now announced that it will stop scanning Google Apps email accounts for ad targeting following its recent decision to stop scanning email accounts of students using Apps for Education.
Google will stop scanning the Gmail accounts of students for ads after concerns that such activity was illegal in the U.S. were brought up last week as part of a current court case.
Under new 'anti-terrorism' legislation in Russia, Skype, Facebook, Gmail and other services could be banned for failing to comply with new laws unless the companies changes where user data is stored.
Google is actively looking to simplify encryption of end to end communication between users of its email service following the recent revelations regarding NSA surveillance and the PRISM project.
Google has updated its Terms of Service document, adding in a paragraph that attempts to better explain how the company scans the content of emails in its Gmail service to generate ads.
Google's Gmail service launched 10 years ago, on April 1st, 2004, and while lots of people thought it was an April Fools's Day prank at first, the free email service is anything but a joke today.
The Advertising Standards Authority in the UK is allowing Microsoft to run a "Scroogled" radio ad that attacks Google's stance on privacy in Gmail, following two formal complaints.
Google's general counsel has stated while its terms of service might allow it to look inside a Gmail account for an internal investigation, "it's hard for me to imagine" the company doing so.
After yesterday's brief outage that hit Google services, Yahoo took to Twitter to mock its rival, apparently forgetting the massive outage that crippled its own email service for four days last month.
Gmail's email service went down earlier today and when it came back online, a glitch is causing it to send email to one man's Hotmail account.
Google has rolled out an update to Gmail allowing users to send emails to Google+ users without knowing their email address, while at the same time keeping their own address hidden from the recipient.
Yahoo, keeping its promises, has announced this week that it is now finally encrypting all emails, joining Google's Gmail and Microsoft's Outlook.com which have provided such services for some time.
Behold: the parody video Microsoft probably wishes it could release as part of its 'Scroogled' campaign, introducing Google BlackMail: "Either sign up for Google+ or we release all your private info!"
Microsoft has announced it will roll out a new way for current users of Gmail to switch their account to Microsoft's Outlook.com that should by faster and easier than the old method.
According to newly released statistics, it turns out that Microsoft struck gold with the Scroogled campaign because it's slowly but successfully turning people away from Google services.
As well as the proper aliases that you can setup on Outlook.com for in/outbound email, Outlook.com also features + aliases that allow you to add anything after your primary email name for inbound mail
A look inside the code for the 4.6 version of Google's Gmail app for Android shows that the company may be getting ready to put in ads inside the mobile email app for the first time.
Michael Hayden, the former director of the NSA and CIA, said today that Gmail is the number one online service used worldwide by terrorists, saying, "it's free, it's ubiquitous, so of course it is."
Google has vowed to fight the lawsuit which aims to stop the company from scanning Gmail accounts. The plaintiffs claim that the actions are at a threat to privacy as their emails are "analysed".
The new pop-up compose interface for Gmail is now being pushed to everyone and the option to revert to the old UI is no longer available, even though users have mixed feelings about the new design.
Microsoft has launched yet another marketing campaign against Google, this time for the recent act of disguising ads as emails in Gmail, calling the practice "Gspam".
Starting tomorrow Google will completely drop support for EAS leaving many Windows Phone users out in the cold. If you haven't received the GDR2 update you won't be able to sync Gcal and Contacts.
Google is putting in ads that look a lot like normal emails directly in the Promotions inbox for some Gmail users, blurring the lines between ads and pure email spam for some users.
Google has reversed an earlier decision and will now allow all developers to access its CalDAV calendar API, and has also opened support for the CardDAV contact API to the general public as well.
This week Google updated the notifications center and alerts to a richer, more modern experience. Although this feature is enabled by default in Chrome 28 Beta, you can also enable it in Chrome 27.
Screenshots have leaked that appear to show a dramatic update to Gmail, adding default email categories and an updated navigation drawer on the service's mobile applications.
Google is improving Gmail by adding quick actions. These will allow users to quickly perform actions such as RSVP for an event or check-in to a flight. Real Time flight info will also be available
Google is to add functionality for transferring money to friends via Wallet and its most popular non-search service, Gmail. The concept should make moving money between people easier than ever.
Google have unified the free storage that they give users for Google Drive, Google+ photos and Gmail into one, allowing everyone 15GB of shared space. Google Apps for enterprise now have 30GB.
A number of Google account users are reporting they are unable to log into their Gmail, Google Drive and other Google services. The company's app status page does currently show service disruptions.
Microsoft have restarted their "Scroogled" advertising campaign against Google, hitting out at them over their privacy violations regarding the Play Store, claiming Google gives out sensitive info.
Mailbird is a new email client for Windows, with a particular focus on Gmail and an interface users of the Sparrow email clients from OS X and iOS may find somewhat familiar. It isn't an April Fool.
FBI general counsel, Andrew Weissmann, has said that real time surveillance on Gmail and Skype is a "top priority" in 2013... but the FBI cannot sift through information in real time. Yet.
Google will allow Microsoft to continue to develop support for the CalDAV email protocol for Windows Phone even as Google has announced it will shut off support for most developers in September.
Google has updated their mobile web interface for Gmail, introducing a style similar to the current iOS app, however they have neglected to push the changes to Windows Phone users
Microsoft is supporting a bill in Massachusetts that if passed into law would restrict data gathered by companies from kids in schools. The effort is aimed to keep Google software out of schools.
Keith Enright, the head of Google's privacy division, publicly trashed Microsoft's recent "Scroogle" ad campaign, calling the attempt to question Google's attitude on privacy "misleading"
Microsoft has posted a chart that it says shows how the features in its Outlook.com email service offers more than Yahoo Mail or Gmail. Microsoft has also released a new intro Outlook.com video.
In a new blog post, Google talks about how it has changed its security efforts to better protect user accounts from being taken over by hackers, which has resulted in a reduction of those events.
Microsoft has once again launched a campaign against Google and their advertising practices, warning users not to get "Scroogled" by Gmail, which scans the contents of emails to tailor ads
Microsoft has confirmed that Google will end support for new Windows 8 and Windows RT devices to connect to Gmail via Exchange ActiveSync today, but does offer some workarounds for this issue.
Microsoft has revealed that Google will now extend its Gmail support for the Exchange ActiveSync protocol for new Windows Phone device until July 31st, rather than ending EAS support today.
Google+, the often-mocked social media platform, may by "crazy like a fox" as features from the tool merge into other Google offerings. Do you find yourself using Google+ more as time goes on?
Microsoft has confirmed that it will support the IMAP protocol for Windows Phone users to connect to their Gmail accounts after Google shuts down support for Exchange Active Sync on January 30th.
The state of Google Apps on Windows Phone is rather shoddy at the moment, so a petition has surfaced that aims to get Google to bring their apps to Windows Phone properly