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Google Apps corporate subscribers can look forward to some new specials that will hopefully keep sensitive data even more secure beyond the holidays.
Chinese developers are now able to make money by selling their apps on the Google Play Store, with the internet giant announcing that it is extending its app store merchant support to the country.
The new app WeChat Phonebook can make phone calls completely free of charge under Wi-Fi, and uses little data while using mobile internet.
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.
Following a bite-sized treat for Calendar and a gorge of new goodies for Cloud Platform, Google is sprinkling updates across a number of apps this week.
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Google is taking a mobile first approach with its latest set of dramatic revisions for Calendar.
The consulting giant will resell Google for Work apps to its corporate customers and has already installed the product suite within its own operations.
Pichai has been seeing his star rise at Google steadily. CEO Larry Page is also reportedly taking a step back from day-to-day leadership to focus on new projects.
Can Google's Inbox app make my life easier? Sure, but the real test is to throw a few hundred messages at it and see what happens.
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.
Google Apps for Work users can obtain Hangouts support over the phone all hours of the day on top of a promised 99.9 percent uptime rate.
With Google's latest round of Compute Engine price reductions, can we expect a similar flash sale from Amazon Web Services soon?
Step-by-step instructions to help you tighten security and dramatically reduce the risk that crucial cloud services will be compromised. If you use a Microsoft or Google account, Office 365, Dropbox, Facebook, or Twitter, keep reading.
Aimed primarily at education users, the internet giant collaborated with a number of experts on this project, including the National Federation of the Blind and the University of Michigan.