Gmail has added an easy way to stop talking to annoying people, adding a new option to block people with just the press of a button. Google has added a new “Block” button to Gmail on the web and on Android that works as a way of telling the site that you want to “Never see messages from this person again”, according to Google. Any future emails from them will then be sent straight to the junk folder, unless they are allowed back again through the settings ...

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Source: mobilesiri

Google has just introduced a brand new idea of managing your emails, yes you are right, and we are talking about Inbox by Google. Despite Inbox is introduced by Google, it is not related to Gmail in anyway and it is a totally different type of inbox, ‘designed to focused what really matters’. In this busy world, where everyone is overwhelmed with emails, notifications, text messages, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and other social media services, Inbox is next step in the area of ...

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Source: techcrunch

As a recent analysis indicated, Google’s traditional search is not working on mobile as well as it did on the desktop web. Sifting through organic search results on a mobile device is a sub-optimal experience, especially when compared to the push notifications and personalized streams of cards that have made mobile apps from Facebook, Twitter and Tinder so habit-forming and successful. Google is getting well ahead of its mobile organic search problem, especially on Andr ...

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Source: thenextweb

Social discovery and sharing platformShareaholic today updated its browser share report, showing how the market has changed in the last eight months. While Chrome continues to dominate in desktop and mobile usage, the biggest change we noticed is that Firefox has dropped from second place to fourth, below both Safari and Internet Explorer. Between the two reports, Chrome’s usage has remained flat, losing just 0.03 percentage points. As a result, it is still us ...

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