Google’s Smart Reply for Inbox uses neural networks to generate possible email responses

Google's Smart Reply, a new feature rolling out to Inbox on Android and iOS, uses artificial intelligence to generate possible responses to email messages. It's surprisingly perceptive.

Gmail now lets you banish annoying senders with new ‘block’ button

Not before time, Google has finally rolled out a "block" feature for Gmail enabling users to avoid emails from annoying senders in just a couple of taps. An "unsubscribe" button has also landed, allowing for better management of unwanted…

Samsung smart fridge could make your Google login vulnerable

Earlier this month at Def Con, IoT Village issued a challenge to hack Samsung's smart fridge. Security consultants Pen Test Partners found a way that it makes Gmail login credentials vulnerable.
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Inbox now suggests when to resurface Snoozed emails

Google Inbox is getting smarter. The service, a subset of Gmail, gained a new feature that suggests when to resurface important Snoozed messages. It's the latest in a series of improvements Google's made to its email service.
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Google starts applying artificial intelligence to Gmail spam filters

Google's applying the power of its artificial intelligence to Gmail, the company has announced. It'll use machine learning to sort spam smartly, taking care to respect individual preferences for catalogs and newsletters.

Trends with Benefits: Our worst ‘reply all’ mistakes, Taylor Swift conspiracies

This week, we recall our worst "reply all" mistakes in light of Gmail's new unsend feature, discuss the merits of "Taylor Truthers," whether Apple music can dethrone Spotify, and Lexus' new hoverboard.

After six years, Gmail’s ‘Undo Send’ option is finally out of beta

Gmail added a handy feature known as "Undo Send" six years ago, and for many it has been a life-saver. The only problem was that it was hidden away in the Labs section of Gmail's settings. Now that is finally about to change.

Gmail hits 900 million users and Google unleashes Inbox to everyone

Google announced today that its Inbox email service is now open to everyone without an invite and Gmail has now reached a milestone of 900 million users around the world.

Not getting a lot done this week? How to set reminders with Google Now

More of a big picture guy? Google Now will be that personal assistant you've always needed. We'll give you the rundown on how to set reminders on Google Now that make it easy to remember where you need to be and when.
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Pony Express is Google’s plan for bill pay within Gmail

A new Google project currently under development will reportedly allow users to pay bills from within Gmail. Pony Express could centralize all of your bills in a single location: your email inbox

Kill the clutter with our guide to using Gmail tabs and labels

Chances are, you likely get more emails than you know what to do with. Check out our guide on how to add and remove tabs in Gmail — as well as implement labels — so you can better organize and sort messages with ease.

Google Inbox is an Advil for your pounding email headache

Google has a new kind of email app called Inbox. Previously only for certain phones and the Chrome browser, it's now available for iOS and Android tablets, plus other web browsers. The app makes organizing your email a breeze, but has a few…