Music portal Dhingana has gone social (they also won the best opensocial award from Google) and has launched Gmail and iGoogle widget. The Gmail widget is neatly done – once enabled, you can view the top playlists/create your own lists…
Your Gmail account can be turned into a sales powerhouse with the help of a few tools we’ve listed here. Of course there are more out there, but these are some that we’ve come to like.
Kloudless Strings Together Storage Services Like Dropbox Together for Gmail Users; Looks to Expand In India
Kloudless is like the plumbing between all your storage services like Dropbox, Box, Google Drive and SugarSync. It sits in your inbox and when you receive a file that you want to store away on the cloud, just hit the move button and select the folder you want to move it to.
If you aren’t up to speed with all the action that happened over at the NextBigWhat forum, here’s a list for you.
One of the feature that Gmail hasn’t yet implemented is sorting – not just sorting thru’ email, but sorting attachments and making them more discoverable. Mumbai based startup, MetisMe has launched Gmail Attachments Management System that stacks all your Gmail…
Developed by Karthikeyan Kuppuswamy, a student at IIMB, the app adds a tiny box to every Gmail thread with a short summary of your email that you can tweet.
On Monday, Gmail services were down for many. This is the second time this month. Before you go on Twitter and vent, make sure your business isn’t affected by the outage.
Hackers have leaked details of about 37,000 accounts, including names, phone numbers, email addresses, passwords and city details; and the passwords have been released in plain text.
It has not been the first time Google has been bullish on the humble SMS. Google has in the past bundled the SMS into Google+.
Google has launched Google Drive, the much awaited storage service from Google. Drive is built to work seamlessly with your overall Google experience (i.e. across Google docs, G+, Picasa etc). You can attach photos from Drive to posts in Google+, and…