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How to get people to open your emails

How to get people to open your emails Julian Shapiro Contributor Share on Twitter Julian Shapiro is the founder of BellCurve.com, a growth marketing agency that trains you to become a marketing professional. He also writes at Julian.com. More posts by this contributor How to get your ads working, and whether PR […]

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Gmail can now tell your coworkers you’re on vacation BEFORE they email you

Gmail can now tell your coworkers you’re on vacation BEFORE they email you   Emailing a coworker without realizing they’re on vacation is a bummer for everyone involved. The second you get that “out of office” auto-reply, you suddenly remember the twenty minute conversation you had about their upcoming trip to Hawaii […]

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Google to pay security researchers who find Android apps and Chrome extensions misusing user data

Google to pay security researchers who find Android apps and Chrome extensions misusing user data Google said it will pay security researchers who find “verifiably and unambiguous evidence” of data abuse using its platforms. It’s part of the company’s efforts to catch those who misuse user data collected through Android apps or […]

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Yubico launches its dual USB-C and Lightning two-factor security key

Yubico launches its dual USB-C and Lightning two-factor security key Almost two months after it was first announced, Yubico has launched the YubiKey 5Ci, a security key with dual support for both iPhones, Macs and other USB-C compatible devices. Yubico’s latest Yubikey is the latest iteration of its security key built to […]

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Google is shutting down its Trips app

Google is shutting down its Trips app Google is shutting down its Trips app for mobile phones, but is incorporating much of the functionality from the service into its Maps app and Search features, according to a statement from the company. Support for the Trips app ends today, but information like notes […]

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Gmail gets a useful right-click menu

Gmail gets a useful right-click menu Google is giving Gmail a new right-click menu. And it’s about time. While you’ve long been able to right-click on any email in your inbox, your options were always limited. You could archive an email, mark it as read/unread and delete it, but that was about […]

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Gmail on mobile gets a fresh coat of Material Design paint

Gmail on mobile gets a fresh coat of Material Design paint Gmail on mobile will soon get a new look. Google today announced that its mobile email apps for iOS and Android are getting a redesign that is in line with the company’s recent Material Design updates to Gmail, Drive, Calendar and […]

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Metacert’ Cryptonite can catch phishing links in your email

Metacert’ Cryptonite can catch phishing links in your email Metacert, founded by Paul Walsh, originally began as a way to watch chat rooms for fake Ethereum scams. Walsh, who was an early experimenter in cryptocurrencies, grew frustrated when he saw hackers dumping fake links into chat rooms, resulting in users regularly losing […]

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Google launches compose actions to streamline access to SaaS apps in GMail

Google launches compose actions to streamline access to SaaS apps in GMail Lately, Google has been all about shaving time off your everyday activities when sending emails. First they came out with smart responses that let you choose among several (sometimes) logical responses to the email. Next was type ahead, which guesses […]

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Here’s how Google is revamping Gmail and Android security

Here’s how Google is revamping Gmail and Android security Eager to change the conversation from their years-long exposure of user data via Google+ to the bright, shining future the company is providing, Google has announced some changes to the way permissions are approved for Android apps. The new process will be slower, […]

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