The latest stable version of Chrome removes the source of the POODLE bug and SSLv3 support will be out altogether over time. The Canary version disparages implementations not up to standards.
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Google is giving people one hour, from 3pm to 4pm PST today to send it an email in return for an invitation for its new Gmail Inbox app.
Big news this week in the world of Android included a significant app release by Nokia, smart playlists from Google Play Music, Gmail for Android catching up with the competition, and the Fire Phone is officially a dud.
Inbox isn't the new Gmail, but a separate take on managing that neverending email flow. The invite only Google Now-ish app could come in handy if it delivers on what Google is promising.
It's no Heartbleed, but this problem in the obsolete SSL 3.0 is still sure to cause trouble.
Google no longer considers it necessary for Gmail users to have a Google+ profile.
Google quietly released a new set of Gmail APIs today, giving developers access to some of the building blocks of its popular Gmail protocols. But the message to developers was clear: Don't even think about building your own client.
The new "Classroom" tool integrates Google Docs, Drive, and Gmail to make IT use in the classroom easier.
Student data is off limits now for Google's advertising business.
Google Compute Engine customers need to create new keys in services that use OpenSSL. Meanwhile, Google Search Appliance customers are still waiting for a patch.
Learn how you can receive transcribed voicemail messages and texts in any email client you want.
Gmail was also said to have been available 99.978 percent of the time during 2013, which averages to less than two hours of disruption per user throughout the entire year.
Over the coming days, users of Gmail will, by default, gain the ability to email Google+ contacts without knowing their email address.
Users can start downloading Google Calendar data immediately. The Gmail option will be rolling out over the next month.
Google's enthusiasm two years ago for Forward Secrecy makes a lot of sense considering all the revelations in the last several months about NSA monitoring of everyone and everything.
Gmail was a breath of fresh air when it debuted. But this onetime alternative is showing signs that it's past its prime, especially if you want to use the service with a third-party client. That's the way Google wants it, which is why I've given up on Gmail after almost a decade.
Following up an integration with Box earlier this year, Jive is paying similar attention to Google Drive and Gmail.
Available immediately, handwriting input is supported in Google Docs for over 20 languages and in Gmail for over 50 languages.
A failure of two separate, redundant network paths resulted in a service distruption to Gmail.
Always a leader in advancing SSL security, Google will be flagging certificates that don't meet the Baseline Requirements of the CA/Browser Forum, and adding requirements for Certificate Transparency.
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