A bizarre bug in some Android users' Gmail apps demanded that they give the application access to "Body Sensors" in order to send an email. And now, Gmail is issuing a fix, because it's as creepy as it is weird.
Everybody gets unwanted emails from time to time, whether talking spam or some other form of unwanted message. Luckily, if you're a Gmail user who wants to block someone from messaging you, the process is simple.
Today, Google's parent company Alphabet announced that it's doing just that, by entering into an agreement with Cuba's state telecommunications monopoly, ETECSA, that will make it easier for Cuban citizens to access Google properties.
Gmail on iOS just got its biggest update in four years. It now actually looks like an app, rather than a mobile website, and it's faster than ever before. There are a few minor updates for Google Calendar as well.
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Gmail's next major update, due out by the end of September, will add formatting intelligence to messages. Text and images will automatically resize on mobile phones, laptops, and any other devices on which you consume emails.
The Inbox team has worked with Trello and GitHub to offer bundled emails with more information at a glance. Google Alerts will also show up in the new format, and you'll also now find Google Drive integration.