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A group of Chinese academics from a military academy has accused the US government of creating a global internet war.
Beijing has adamantly denied it was involved in accessing hundreds of Gmail accounts belonging to senior U.S. officials, journalists, military personnel and political activists.
The search giant has just revealed a new way to personalize your gigantic e-mail inbox.
If the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) had its way, the agency would ban Skype, Hotmail and Gmail in the former communist country.
Google's accused the Chinese government of blocking its Gmail service, making it difficult for local users to access the site.
Well, this is better than astrology. I've never much liked being a Taurus (stubborn, prosaic, materially-minded), but as a Gmail user I'm delighted to be told I'm young, thin, educated and well-traveled. And it's all true, of course.
Google is trying to lend a helping hand to Gmail users who want to have an organized inbox but don't necessarily want to or know how to take the time to set up filters and labels. Enter the new 'smart label' feature.
It seemed like everything was love and roses after Gmail reportedly fixed a glitch that caused tens of thousands of Gmail accounts to be wiped clean. However, Google admits, there are still some who don't have access to any of their old e-mails.
For some 150,000 Gmail users who found their inboxes wiped entirely clean over the weekend, there is light at the end of the tunnel. Google managed to restore virtually all of the affected accounts, thanks to the fact that it backs up everything on tape.
Google's working to fix a problem which saw thousands of Gmail users log on this weekend to discover that all their emails had vanished.
If you live in South America, speak Brazilian Portugese, and use an iPad for all your Internet access, then you're in luck. Google has finally brought Gmail support your way.
Facebook has officially unveiled its rumored plans to bring an e-mail service to its tens of millions of registered users. But because it's Facebook, it's doing so much more. It wants to become your centralized location for every message on every medium possible.
As it stands now, the only reason you ever need to leave Facebook is to check your e-mail. That may soon change.
Google's been aware for some time - how could it not? - that some people really hate Gmail's Conversation View message threading feature.
Google's added a new feature to Gmail: a Priority Inbox allowing users to sift the important mail from the run-of-the-mill.
Google's intriguing new service that allows users to place phone calls directly from Gmail is apparently a hit. At least, it was intriguing enough to log more than a million calls in its first day.
Google is currently allowing US-based Gmail users to make free phone calls throughout North America.
Google is expected to make an announcement as early as today about a brand new Gmail feature, and initial leaks suggest calling features like missed call icons and voicemail notifications will be added to Google Talk.
Let's face it - even if you're not a Google Android fanboy you probably still have a Gmail account. Google has just rolled out a new mobile app that makes checking that e-mail account a bit easier on the iPhone.