iPhones are slick little pieces of hardware, no matter which way you cut it. They’re…
While much of the fear and scorn around personal privacy and how Big Tech uses the data of its users are directed against Facebook, it tends to overlook what a central role in our lives is played by Google.
If you’re a Gmail user, you might have recently noticed a ghost-like presence in your email account. It’s light grey, and it comes and goes, sometimes when you’re not expecting it. And, like most ghost sightings, glimpses of it have been reported to be a little creepy.
This week in Light Start, we’re looking at a new Galaxy Fold, Gmail goes dark mode too, Tesla launches new solar roof tiles and a rumoured new drone.
The Huawei Mate 30 series, that will be announced next week (19 Sept) cannot ship with any Google apps. But there may be a solution.
Gmail will now go ahead and correct spelling errors and point out grammatical errors made while you’re typing.
Google has started rolling out a major Gmail update that will let you interact with dynamic emails inside the inbox ecosystem.
Gmail is rolling out new right-click menu options that’ll let you reply to, forward and search for emails directly from your inbox, according to an updated published by Google this week.
Do you own an Android device and struggle with poor impulse control? Is the temptation…