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Google Launches An Important Feature For Chrome Use On Apple Devices

Gmail for iOS got a new update. Beyond bug fixes, the only feature is a new option to open web links in Chrome, if installed. While it may not be a feature-rich update, it could be a very significant one. Chrome has been available for iOS just over the summer, and getting it integrated in such a fashion with more …

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Gmail Makes Search A Little Better, Adds Features

Google announced that a few Gmail Labs features have graduated into actual features, and that it has made some improvements to advanced search in Gmail. Advanced search now supports autocomplete predictions in the From: and To: fields, so you can find messages exchanged with specific people easier. The three Labs features, which have graduated are: Refresh POP accounts, Filter import/export …

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Google Now Lets You Schedule Hangouts from Google Calendar

Google continues to push Google+ Hangouts capabilities to many of their products, and the latest integration is with Google Calendar. Now, you can add a Hangout to any event on your calendar and access it with a single click. From the Gmail blog: Do you use Google Calendar to schedule catch ups with distant friends and family? Now, if you’ve …

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Google+ Starts Relying More On Email For Engagement

Google announced some new features for Google+ to give users more control over what they see from which of their Circles. There are three main changes, and two of them just may increase the amount of email you get from Google+. As you may know, Google+ has a slider feature for circles, which lets you control how much content from …

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Will Google Make Email Marketing Even Better For Conversions?

Google may have just made email marketing even more effective, and more important to your maketing strategy. Thanks to a new feature Google unveiled this week, email is now part of the search experience. What do you think of the new feature? Let us know in the comments. “Sometimes the best answer to your question isn’t available on the public …

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Google Adds Your Email To Search Results

Google has announced a handful of “search engine of the future” items. One involves the international expansion of the Knowledge Graph and the addition of Knowledge Graph results to search suggestions. One is about improved Voice Search for iOS. More on these things shortly. Perhaps the most interesting of Google’s announcements is the addition of Gmail inbox content to Google’s …

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Google: See, This is Why You Should Use 2-Step Verification

Mat Honan wrote a long, four-page article for Wired about how his digital life was “destroyed” by hackers, partially blaming himself for not implementing Google’s two-factor authentication. The story, which is currently the top story on Techmeme, is not a bad plug for Gmail at a time when Google’s competitors are launching updates to their respective email products. It may …

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Google Integrates Hangouts Into Gmail

Google wants to make your video communications within Gmail even better. Starting today, they’re rolling out Google+ Hangouts integration which, according to them, will “deliver higher reliability and enhanced quality” to your chats. From the Gmail blog: Unlike the old video chat, which was based on peer-to-peer technology, Hangouts utilize the power of Google’s network to deliver higher reliability and …

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Google Acquires Sparrow To Make Gmail Better

In Google’s earnings report yesterday, the company mentioned that they would be making smaller acquisitions throughout the year. One of those acquisitions happened today. Sparrow, developers of a popular email app for Mac and iOS, was acquired by Google today. Sparrow is already a really cool email application, so it should be interesting to see how Gmail evolves with the …

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Yahoo Password Breach Is Worse Than Originally Thought

We brought you news this morning that Yahoo Voices was hacked and over 450,000 usernames and passwords were leaked onto the Internet. The initial report stated that most of passwords came from Yahoo or Gmail email addresses. After analyzing the dump, a security company have found it to be worse than initially thought. Security company Rapid7 provided a break down …

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Gmail Log Search For Admins Now Available

For those of you who pay for to use the Google Apps services for businesses, you know have the ability to conduct a Gmail log search, which is, after reading the description, something akin to Google Analytics for your Gmail account. The tool is aimed at domain admins who want a clear picture concerning the who, what, when, where and …

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Gmail’s User Count Is Incredibly Large (Google I/O)

So who has the largest amount of unique users regarding web email services? Is it Gmail, Hotmail, or Yahoo Mail? If you go by last year’s numbers, all three weigh in at about the 300-350 million mark regarding active users, but thanks to a tidbit of information dropped during Day 2 of Google 2012 I/O conference, Gmail may be pulling …

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