Shedding “20 percent time” could make Google more efficient, but at what cost to the company’s identity?
An automated system scanning your email isn’t the same thing as a pair of human eyeballs reading it.
Research firm Forrester is arguing that Google’s Chromebooks deserve a serious look from businesses.
When Gmail went down Dec. 10, so did Google Chrome. That wasn’t some weird cosmic coincidence.
AOL’s Alto aggregates users’ email accounts and layers it with some powerful features. But can it earn AOL buzz as a technology company?
Google’s new effort to integrate Gmail with regular search is reminiscent in some ways of its “Search, Plus Your World” initiative.
Microsoft evidently made the decision that the benefits of starting afresh with Outlook.com outweighed that of Hotmail’s legacy brand.
Google’s Gmail service is running again, after a morning outage affected a small portion of its user base.