Facebook is holding a mysterious event Monday in San Francisco. An e-mailed invitation sent to journalists and bloggers says only “please join us for an invite-only event.” But blogs have been buzzing with speculation, a big one being that Facebook will announce an e-mail service, its answer to Google’s Gmail.
Facebook is set to launch its latest Google-taunting product on Monday: the long-anticipated Facebook email system. The launch of an @facebook.com email is not itself a great surprise – the existence of a secret project officially known as Project Titan and unofficially as “Gmail killer” has been circulating since February.
If you didn’t already know that plain HTTP sessions are utterly insecure, here’s proof: A new Firefox addin named Firesheep captures sessions on open Wi-Fi networks and goes one step more sinister. It finds users logged into Facebook, Twitter, Google, Amazon, Dropbox, Evernote, WordPress, Flickr, bit.ly and more, and lets you take over their sessions […]
Today, Google will begin rolling out Priority Inbox for Gmail, a new feature for managing massive amounts of e-mail. Your inbox will never be the same again.
Google official website claims about Gmail priority inbox. People tell us all that time that they’re getting more and more mail and often feel overwhelmed by it all. We know what you mean—here at Google we run on email. Our inboxes are slammed with hundreds, sometimes thousands of messages a day—mail from colleagues, from lists, […]
Today is the Google I/O Conference in San Francisco. The search giant is making several announcements on Google Wave and many of its other products.