Android 2.3.7 and Older Versions in the Cold

Google is cutting off Android 2.3.7 and older from logging in, leaving the aging versions of the mobile OS in the cold.

Google Flags Its Own iOS Apps As Out-of-Date

In an embarrassing glitch, Google’s servers flagged its own apps as out-of-date because…they are.

Notability Maker Releases Twobird Email Client

Ginger Labs, the makers of Notability, have released Twobird, a brand-new email client for iOS, macOS, Windows and Android.

Adobe Creative Cloud and Gmail Integration Announced

Adobe and Google Cloud have announced an integration between Adobe’s Creative Cloud and Gmail to make it easier to share and collaborate on projects.

Google and Microsoft Reigniting Browser Wars

Some things are too good to last, and it appears Google and Microsoft’s BFF cooperation on the browser front is one of them, as both companies are taking swipes at the other.

iOS Gmail App Now Work With Files

Google has announced that its iOS Gmail app has (finally) added the ability to include attachments from the iOS Files app.

Google Working on Unified Communications App

The Information is reporting that Google is working on a new communications app that will pull together the company’s existing messaging apps. Citing sources, including two who have used the new app and three that were briefed on it, the…

Google Bringing AI-Powered Smart Compose to Docs

Smart Compose, one of Google’s more controversial features is making the jump from Gmail to Docs. Smart Compose is an AI-driven feature that Google unveiled last year. The feature was built on Smart Reply and uses machine learning to suggest…

Google Reportedly Allows App Developers to Read the Private Messages of Gmail Users

A new report from the Wall Street Journal has revealed that third-party app developers have access to the emails of millions of Gmail account holders. Two companies have reportedly even allowed employees to read said emails. While Google claims that…

New Drop Box Add-On Makes it Easier to Find and Share Files in Gmail

Dropbox took advantage of the Google Next event to reveal its new Gmail add-on. The first product of its partnership with Google, the extension will make it easier for Dropbox users to find, send, and save files from inside their…