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On Tuesday, Google's Gmail Labs team introduced a new feature dubbed "Got the wrong Bob?" to help users catch their embarrassing e-mail faux pas before they are sent to the wrong recipient in a group message.
Google suffered another disruption of its free, Web-based email service on Thursday, as customers reported having trouble accessing their contacts.
Millions of Gmail users were affected on Tuesday after the popular e-mail service was knocked offline.
Google Inc on Tuesday announced the first feature to be integrated from its Gmail Labs service into its Gmail service just one year after the Web search leader launched the experimental project.
Googleâ€™s Gmail service is finally graduating from "beta" after more than five years of being in testing mode.
SANTA MONICA, Calif., June 16 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Google should be praised for agreeing to offer improved security for users of its online services like Gmail, Consumer Watchdog said today, but the nonpartisan, nonprofit consumer group asked why the company waited so long to act. "We are pleased that Google is acknowledging the security risk of unencrypted email and plans to take corrective steps," said John M.
GREENVILLE, S.C., Feb.
Google Mail has developed a stable of new features to lure users away from Yahooâ€™s email service, including one that gives its users time to reconsider what they are about to send.
BERKELEY, Calif., Dec. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Zapatec, Inc., a leading provider of Web 2.0 development tools, today introduced Zcounts, an application that gives Internet users full control over all their online accounts from a single location.
By Steven Rosenberg, Tech Talk I've never made a secret of my lack of interest in Google's Gmail service, even though I've made extensive use of the Internet giant's Docs, Groups and search services.
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