Inbox ads aim to be ‘less intrusive’
How secure is your Gmail?
Email remains a key battleground, even at a time when more people are texting each other on phones.
This time it’s going to try to assault the way Google scans Gmail for keywords
Google has been trying to adapt by building more personal services and plugging them into its search engine.
‘Our detailed analysis — as well as victim reports — strongly suggest the involvement of states or groups that are state-sponsored’
LAPD won't be using Gmail - LA Times
City officials said that Google’s system “does not have the technical ability to comply with the city’s security requirements”
Experts say the Iranian government may have been behind a hacking attack, allowing it to read Google email from dissidents who thought they were using secure connections
Google says hundreds of its email accounts, including those of U.S. and South Korean officials, were victims of hacking, which was possibly orchestrated by the Chinese
Google adds phone calls to Gmail - Lifehacker
Is there anything Google can’t do?
A confidential document shows the information-age giant questioning how far it should go in profiting from data it possesses about people’s activities
EXCLUSIVE: Ethics rules byte White House - The Daily Caller
Top officials violate e-mail rules, one may have sought special deals based on high-ranking position
Thousands of men are bypassing China’s ‘great firewall’ to access the Twitter profile of Japanese adult film star Aoi Sola
Officials from Germany, Canada, France and seven other countries are raising privacy concerns to Google over the online search leader’s fumbled foray into social networking along with other matters
Millions of Gmail users opened their inboxes today to find a new — and mysterious — feature waiting for them (aside from the Daily Caller Daily Email Report, which is just freaky): Google Buzz
Google plunged into the world of social networking on Tuesday, melding pieces of Facebook and Twitter into a new feature, Google Buzz. Buzz, which will work through the popular Gmail service, will allow users to post status updates, photos and links to members of their network — as well as pull in their activity on other sites like Twitter, Flickr and Picasa
‘Google Buzz’ is a tool that tightly integrates the best features of the popular services into the company’s e-mail, maps and mobile products
Google this week is upgrading its gmail program to add social media tools similar to those found on Facebook
Google made headlines when it went public with the fact that Chinese hackers had penetrated some of its services, such as Gmail, in a politically motivated attempt at intelligence gathering