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Yandex shows off the first tests of self-driving cars on Moscow roads

Russian search and internet services giant Yandex has been working on its autonomous driving program, and its most recent achievement is a public self-driving pilot of its self-driving test car in Mos

Lyft adds automatic ride receipt forwarding for business profiles

Lyft now makes it easier for business travelers to expense the trips they take for work – rides taken under a Business Profile within the Lyft app can now be automatically forwarded to a number of e

Yahoo Mail rolls out a rebuilt, redesigned service, including a new ad-free option

Following its Verizon acquisition, Yahoo today is rolling out a revamped and rebuilt Mail application for its 225 million monthly active users. The update includes a new design, feature set, and techn

Another European e2e encrypted Gmail alternative reports rising signups

Tutanota, an end-to-end encrypted email service located in Germany, says it's seeing an "exponential" uptick in sign-ups -- crediting this to growing awareness of and concern for privacy online for a

Zero is a mobile automation app for email addicts

Email apps are a dime a dozen. There are the regular emails apps that come with our phones, there’s Gmail and Spark and there’s 50 others that all offer just about the same thing. Zero is

Why did ProtonMail vanish from Google search results for months?

If you're the maker of a popular, zero access encrypted webmail product and suddenly discover your product is no longer featuring in Google search results for queries such as "secure email" and "encry

Yandex applies AI to filter annoying ads on Android, powered by user reports

The rise in consumer usage of ad blockers is leading to a few creative alternatives to try to achieve a 'better relationship' between ad tech and web browsers. To wit Russia's Yandex, which has just a

Inbox for Gmail gets smarter handling for Trello, GitHub and Google News alerts

Google is launching a small but interesting update for Inbox by Gmail today. Inbox, Google's next-gen email client for Gmail users, recently launched a new feature that gives you a quick, glanceable v

Google engineer says he’ll push for default end-to-end encryption in Allo

After Google’s decision not to provide end-to-end encryption by default in its new chat app, Allo, raised questions about the balance of security and effective artificial intelligence, one of th

Castle is a drag-and-drop account takeover protection solution

You probably have your credit card and other payment information keyed into at least 10 different services right now, all of which are likely based over a mobile app or website. For a long time, the e

Google brings its nifty Smart Reply feature to Inbox on the web

Inbox by Gmail, Google's next-gen email client for Gmail users, includes a number of features that aim to make handling your incoming messages easier. One of the best of these has long been Smart Repl

Gmail Gets Improved Security Features For Business Users

Google announced a number of new security features for Gmail users in the enterprise today. Last year, the company launched its Data Loss Prevention (DLP) feature for Google Apps Unlimited users that

Gmail For Android Gets Rich Text Formatting And Instant RSVPs

Google announced two small but useful updates for Gmail on Android today: rich text formatting and instant RSVPs. Rich text formatting has long been available for Gmail on the web, but this is the fir

Gmail Now Has More Than 1B Monthly Active Users

During its earnings call, Google today announced that Gmail now has more than 1 billion monthly active users. That's up from 900 million the company announced during its I/O developer conference last

Inbox By Gmail Gets Smarter Search With Quick Answer Cards

Inbox by Gmail, Google's next-gen email client for mobile and the web, is getting a nice little update today that will make it easier to find information like addresses, membership numbers and package

Google Inbox Gets Sharable Trip Bundles, Improved Photo Attachments

Inbox by Gmail, Google's next-gen email client for mobile and the web, has its fair share of marquee features, but one of its most useful is its ability to bundle emails about an upcoming trip into a

New Google Apps Feature Helps Businesses Keep Sensitive Information Out Of Emails

Google is launching a new privacy tool for Google Apps Unlimited users today. The new Data Loss Prevention feature will make it easier for businesses to make sure that their employees don’t

Gmail Will Soon Warn Users When Emails Arrive Over Unencrypted Connections

Soon, you may see a warning in Gmail that tells you that an email has arrived over an unencrypted connection. Gmail already defaults to using HTTPS for the connections between your browser and its

Gmail, We Need To Talk

Dear Gmail: Two years ago, you launched an ambitious endeavor with Schema.org to bring a new level of richness to email. Schema.org allowed senders to embed rich meta data in email that allowed any mo

ProtonMail On Battling A Sustained DDoS Attack

Encrypted webmail provider, ProtonMail, has been fighting a wave of DDoS attacks since November 3 that, by last Friday, had taken its service offline for more than 24 hours. At the time of writing the
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