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Can Google Revolutionize Email Again?

Can Google Revolutionize Email Again?

By Chris Crum

Ten years ago, Google revolutionized email with Gmail. It set the standard for webmail with a high capacity of free storage, its search-oriented interface, and conversational message view. It even pioneered the use of Ajax. Gmail was a huge deal when it came out, and is still incredibly popular. For ...

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