Major data breaches are happening all the time. Just last week, more than two million passwords from Facebook, Gmail, Twitter and other accounts were stolen by hackers who installed keylogging malware on millions of computers. We all read about the breaches, but what happens after the breaches?
Google appears poised to expand its advertising efforts to its Gmail application for Android, bringing the messaging app in line with its Web counterpart.
Many Gmail users suffered through a widespread delay this week, demonstrating yet again the challenge of providing perfect system uptime and performance-- no matter how robust your infrastructure may be.
Google is rolling out an overhauled version of its Gmail application for Android, highlighted by a retooled conversation view that adopts the virtual index card-style user interface first introduced via the company's Google Now personal assistant service.
The updated Gmail with a tabbed interface is a big improvement, but I would change a thing or two.
Microsoft has begun rolling out a new Windows Phone 8 mobile operating system update incorporating support for Google's CardDAV and CalDAV calendar and contact syncing protocols, enabling WP8 users to access the full range of Gmail messaging and scheduling services on their smartphones.
Gmail updates how it sorts mail.
Google is rolling out overhauled versions of its Gmail application for Android and Apple's rival iOS, promising users greater organizational control over their inbox.
Google continues ramping up its Google Wallet m-commerce network, introducing APIs for simplifying purchases within native Android applications and rolling out loyalty programs, additionally integrating payment capabilities into its Gmail platform.
BlackBerry has fixed some software glitches in its new BlackBerry 10 operating system even before the BlackBerry 10 devices hit the United States.