Google appears to be preparing to unveil a new version of Gmail with a new look and feel, as well as protections for user email.
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Google adds a feature to block email received in Gmail, and moves its unsubscribe feature to the Android Gmail app.
Microsoft has introduced its new foray into email, Outlook.com. One million people have already signed up to preview the service.
Help is on the way for anyone who has ever been puzzled by Google's choice of ads in their Gmail messages and their search results pages.
Much as I love Gmail, I don't love how messy it can be. Messy interface, messy layout, and, sometimes, messy emails.
For the past couple weeks I've been stuck using my Web browser to access my Gmail accounts, rather than my preferred method: Outlook. (It's all because of the computer meltdown I mentioned in a few earlier posts.) It gets the job done, but there's on...
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After almost four years, the Gmail app finally gets an update, plus Google Calendar adds Spotlight search support.
Google took advantage of the launch of social networking service Google+ to give Gmail a makeover. The company says the process of updating Google Apps is ongoing, and improvements have continued to roll out in recent weeks.
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