The summary includes job title, workplace, location, homepage and social profiles like Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn.
The new features will help users keep track of "things that matter" and "feel more in control." The features offer streamline events, glanceable newsletters and saved links.
The new "Safety Tips" will be showing up at the top of emails. These tips come in the form of differently colored bars which let you know if an email is safe, suspicious and known to be fraudulent.
If you need a laugh, check out some of the clever, hilarious April Fools' Day spoofs companies let loose today. Unfortunately for Google, the Gmail prank it created is not one of them.
Surprise! Older mobile users like email and their younger counterparts prefer messaging applications, according to study results released Thursday by app analytics firm App Annie.
The National Archives and Records Administration says around 90 percent of federal agencies are on target to meet the 2016 deadline laid out in President Obama's Managing Government Records Directive.
ProtonMail, an encrypted email startup based in Switzerland, announced its public launch Thursday. The company also announced the launch of its free iOS and Android mobile apps, which will be available worldwide through the Mac App Store and Google Play.
Microsoft announced that its new version of Outlook.com, in preview with a limited pool of users since last May, will start rolling out worldwide immediately.
Gmail will now alert users to unsecured or unauthenticated email messages as part of a bid to ratchet up the security of the popular email service.
There are clear benefits to an efficient inbox. Luckily for me and fellow subscribe-button abusers, there are a few services and apps – as well as a few best practices-- that can make even the worst unread offender an email power user.