Global spam fell to the lowest level in three years in a sign that spammers may be getting a better rate of return by hitting social-media websites instead, security firm Symantec says.
A team of privacy researchers and product designers from Europe and the U.S. have released a browser-based implementation of Privicons, a project that aims to...
After a very short App Store preview, the Gmail app for iOS is back, this time with fewer embarrassing errors.
Hours after releasing its highly anticipated Gmail app for iOS devices on Wednesday, Google pulled the app, citing a bug involving notifications.
Ron Johnson rides off into the sunset, Hulu Plus probably won't be riding onto the Apple TV any time soon, and Pete Townshend rides an unsteady metaphor.
Google has updated Gmail with an updated look, cleaner message strings, customizable navigation and advanced search.
Even when you know the basics of searching in Lion's Mail, sometimes an email message you clearly remember stubbornly stays lost. If a Mail search doesn't display messages that you know it should, it may be time to take action.
The Lion version of Mail includes useful new search features, but also adds complexity and confusion to the process of finding messages. You can locate the messages you want, quickly and easily, by following some simple steps and learning a few pro tricks.
You know you've faced this before: An iOS device packed full of email you don't want. How to get rid of it without risking finger strain? Here's one method.
If you move to a new Mac, you needn't lose Mail's autocomplete database. Here's how to find the necessary, tucked-away file to copy.