You really ought to have a Yahoo ID, says Yahoo.
Gmail iPhone App Gets Less Sucky, Shows New Mail Faster
Not that it was super sucky before. The one glaringly sucky thing about it has been de-suckified, however.
The Wide, Confusing World of Car Infotainment Systems
There’s a lot going on. Maybe too much.
Quick Gmail Trick: Pre-Write Email Messages with Canned Responses
Sick of sending the same email over and over again? Gmail’s Canned Responses feature saves you from needless typing.
Consumer Choice Is the New Tech Industry Theme
When companies invest to compete both for existing customers and the customers of other companies, the consumer always wins.
Google Maps Gallery Is Like an Interactive Map Database
Google today announced the launch of its new Google Maps Gallery, an effort to take interesting historical maps, data overlays and other unique views of our world and make them explorable through the Google Maps interface.
Google Now Launcher: Google Brings Its Own Android Home Screen to the Play Store, Sort Of
It’s for Nexus and Google Play Edition devices only, but you don’t have to wait.
Project Ara: Inside Google’s Bold Gambit to Make Smartphones Modular
The two-year quest to create the ultimate customizable phone, inside and out.
Quick Tech Trick: How to Search a Specific Site with Google
Find something on a particular site while blocking search results from the rest of the web.
Want to Unsubscribe from a Mailing List in Gmail? Look Up, Not Down
Gmail has a clever new one-click trick.
Samsung’s New Galaxy Gear Watches: Goodbye Android, Hello Tizen
They’re not radically different, but the operating system’s a big shift.
The Smartphone App Wars Are Over, and Apple Won
How the company would contend with a post-app era isn’t so obvious, though.