The change means that no one can listen in on your messages as they go back and forth between you and Gmail's servers.
It seems like a throw-back to the days of the stylus, but Google's new tool is meant for language characters that are easier to draw than type. Continue reading →
Google's Inactive Account Manager lets users decide what happens to data when they kick the bucket. ->
Why it's a good idea to make checking your e-mail slightly more work.
Google emails users who it believes are targets of state-sponsored hacking.
Don't panic, but your e-mail is never as secure as you think.
Outlook.com is not related to the overgrown cluster of e-mail, calendar, contacts, to-do and notes tools of the Office suite.
Google's plan to merge the data it collects from its users isn't actually a radical shift.