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The government will soon need a search warrant to go through your e-mail, if a bipartisan bill introduced on Tuesday in the Senate passes.
LinkedIn, the professional social media network, is suffering intermittent service disruptions Wednesday.
The search giant’s RSS Subscription Extension has reappeared on the Chrome Web Store after it disappeared a few days after the Google Reader shutdown announcement.
The hot messaging startup allows you to add "doodles" to messages, as well as pull images from Google, music from iTunes, and videos from YouTube.
Google confirmed its Drive service has been down for several hours for a "significant subset of users" who are fretting that they can't get access to their work.
Dropbox has acquired the popular free email app Mailbox.
With Google Reader slated to end operations on July 1, people are looking for alternatives to get their daily RSS fix. And that could lead to a revival of sorts for RSS clients.
Google is cleaning house. On Wednesday the company announced plans to purge Google Reader, Google Cloud Connect, CalDAV API, Snapseed’s desktop versions for Mac and Windows, and a handful of other products and services to focus on its core products.
Microsoft has fixed a problem that caused an outage for many users of Hotmail and the service that is replacing it, Outlook.com. Maintenance work continued to affect the calendaring component of Hotmail, however.
Microsoft experienced disruptions for several hours to its online suite of mail, calendar and storage services, leaving many users unable to access their accounts.
Despite the promise of hefty rewards, hackers failed to fell Google's Linux-based OS last week.
As expected on Thursday, Facebook announced a major overhaul to its News Feed that will now offer users customizable feeds that present specialized posts.
If Google truly plans to get into same-day shipping, it'll head down a path that has felled other major e-tailers—but the benefits to the Google ecosystem could be huge if the company pulls it off.