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Indian Prime Minister and Govt. officials used Hotmail services to send emails

The recent spate of bomb blast in Mumbai which saw 21 deaths has made the Government of India sit up and finally take note. Dr. Manmohan Singh, India’s Prime Minister issued a statement condemning the attacks from his Hotmail account. Hotmail, Gmail and Yahoo are free to all staff of Mr. Singh for conducting Govt. and official business. Mr. Pawan Duggal, a lawyer from New Delhi is reported to have... 

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We cannot ban e-services like BlackBerry, Gmail, Skype, for lack of scrutiny - Telecoms security panel

Indian Government cannot ban services like BlackBerry, Gmail, Skype, Nokia, etc only because they are difficult to track or have servers outside the country, revealed a statement from Indian Telecom security panel. The ongoing battle between RIM’s BlackBerry and Indian Govt. has seen the latter threatening to ban services in India if RIM is unable to provide access to their servers. According to... 

Experts believe Google hackers had access to accounts for months

Experts suggest that the Chinese hackers, who are suspected of hacking Gmail accounts of high profile US Govt. officials, Chinese journalists and activists, had their account details for months. It is also believed that these hackers were planning a huge cyber attack on the US. Mila Parkour, one of the 1st people to report about the malware, said, “They were not sophisticated or new, but they were... 

Gmail becomes more efficient with email sending in background

Gmail has always been experimental in order to be more efficient and effective.  Gmail always shows up a caution if there is any error and allows you to rectify the same, and now goes a step further by adding speed. This new system formulated in the Gmail Labs permits you to carry on with your other tasks and yet allows the emails to continue coming in. The new Background Send characteristic can be... 

Google blames China for blocking Gmail

Google has blamed Chinese Government of foul play as users in China find it difficult to access Gmail. Google spokesperson stated, “There is no technical issue on our side; we have checked extensively. This is a government blockage carefully designed to look like the problem is with Gmail.” One of the most conservative Government in the world today, China not only blocks Gmail, but social networking... 
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Google gives connection bar to Gmail users on Apple iOS

iPhone and iPod Touch's mobile version of Gmail is now equipped with a new feature, the connection bar which displays information on internet connectivity and user's mail activity. This connection bar implemented on the IOS platform for iPhone and iPod Touch is similar to the status bar of the mobile web browser. Inconvenience for Gmail  users on the move was the main reason which made Google decide... 

Google gives new SmartLabels to Gmail

Google has once again updated their labels in Gmail. This time the Gmail labels get a smart new colorful look and are named as SmartLabels. Gmail SmartLabels are developed by Stanley, Arturo, Deepak and Nilesh. According to Google’s description on SmartLabels, “Automatically categorizes incoming Bulk, Notification or Forum messages. Filters are created to label mail with these categories and Bulk... 

Drag & Drop attachments to your desktop by Gmail

Back in April this year, Google had introduced drag & drop attachment option to Gmail. But this feature was restricted as it was only one way. As in a user could only drag files from his/her desktop to attach it to the outgoing mail but could not drag attachments from his/her inbox to desktop. Now this new invention is going to be a huge relief for millions of internet users from around the globe.... 

Add art to your signature with Gmail

Over the years adding a signature to your mail has become a part of the mail itself. With the advent of Web 2.0 and even newer applications, Internet became more colorful and artistic. But somehow adding color to your signature was not possible and even with a mail full of color and different fonts, your signature was left in plain old text format. Engineers and computer geeks from around the world... 
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