The launch of Ubuntu 12.10 (Quantal Quetzal) has got to be the most controversial one yet, especially because of some privacy blunders made by Canonical. Users have to know that the new Ubuntu has privacy features which are largely unknown to the public.In the Settings panel there is a Privacy entry that hasn’t been sufficiently publ... (read more)
Google has long been running a number of experimental Search and Gmail field trials anybody can sign up for and today it’s launching a few nifty new search features for searching your Gmail inbox from Google.com on the desktop and your iOS or Android phone.
Google recently released and took back one of the biggest privacy features for Android since its launch. And were a little bummed. Yesterday, the Electronic Frontier Foundation wrote about a new and extremely important privacy tool in Android. Today, it realized the tool had actually been removed in an update to the mobile operating system earlier this week.
So I've been having a great time with my note 2 from my S3 and adjusting to the size. After being thoroughly impressed with the Spen, completely love being able to add a drawing or script right into the body of an email. Only thing is that I can do it from my pop mail accunt and yahoo, but unbelievably I can't seem to do it from gmail.
Emails, for the most part, are static, but Google today launched a new Gmail feature that makes Google+ events notifications more interactive. Gmail users will now be able to invite friends, read and respond to comments, and RSVP right from inside their inboxes. Google+ users will also be able to share photos that were attached to the event.