United States intelligence agencies have been secretly mining data from major Internet companies based in the U.S.
Gmail updates how it sorts mail.
Google on Monday announced that it would be tripling the amount of free storage it offered in services such as Gmail, Google Drive and Google+ Photos to 15GB. In addition, this storage space will also be combined, allowing users to share a unified 15GB storage space.
The city of Boston is the latest to ditch its Microsoft Exchange installation for Gmail, reported The Boston Globe on Friday. With 20,000 employees, the move is expected to save the city some $280,000 per year.
BlackBerry has fixed some software glitches in its new BlackBerry 10 operating system even before the BlackBerry 10 devices hit the United States.
A Netflix outage that saw customers in the United States, Canada and Latin America faced with time-outs and delays on Christmas Eve was traced to a mistake by an engineer at Amazon Web Services.
Microsoft is criticizing Google for ending its support of Exchange Active Sync, which synchronizes mobile applications on the free version of Google Apps.
Google's Gmail was down for some 40 minutes on Monday. Rumors hinted at first at a Denial of Service attack, fueled in part by Google's initial silence on the matter. However, updates that were provided by the company later showed it as an outage caused by a server misconfiguration.
The discovery of an extramarital affair between CIA Director David Petraeus with his biographer, Paula Broadwell, culminated in his resignation. What is interesting from a technical perspective, is how the affair was exposed by the discovery of email messages stored in Petraeus's personal Gmail account.
Google has purchased online anti-virus tool VirusTotal.