Google apologized Friday after the Internet giant's widely used free email and an array of other services were disrupted by apparent software woes.
Google's widely used free email stumbled Friday as some of the Internet giant's services were disrupted by apparent software woes.
Worried by US spying revelations, India has begun drawing up a new email policy to help secure government communications, but the man responsible for drafting the rules still regularly uses Hotmail.
Yahoo's free email service is becoming a bit more like Google's Gmail as part of its second makeover in less than a year.
France said Friday it will fine Google up to 300,000 euros ($402,180) for breaking rules on data privacy.
Russia on Thursday threatened to block Facebook for allegedly publishing ads for illegal designer drugs on its website.
LivingSocial, like its larger rival Groupon, is working to move beyond daily deals.
Google's attorneys say their long-running practice of electronically scanning the contents of people's Gmail accounts to help sell ads is legal, and have asked a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit that seeks to stop the practice.
Are you still scrolling through your email just to locate the particulars of an airline reservation or an online purchase you made weeks ago? That's so 2012.
Microsoft has fixed a problem that prevented some people from getting their email on Outlook.com.