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45,000 Facebook passwords stolen by Ramnit worm

45,000 Facebook passwords stolen by Ramnit worm

It's time to change your passwords again, Facebook users, because a worm by the name of Ramnit has entered the social realm through the social network with a capital F. Don't worry though, most of the passwords were stolen from people living in the UK and France. That said, this worm has been around since as early as April of 2010 and has been transforming ever since, coming to Facebook after running through so many computers on the way that a July 2011 Symantec report said Ramnit variants accounted for a total of 17.3 percent of all software infections TOTAL. It's time for some social fun!

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Gmail for iOS gets first major update with Scribbles, signatures, and more

Gmail for iOS gets first major update with Scribbles, signatures, and more

Google has released a major update today for its Gmail app on iOS. When the app was first launched back in November, it was quite a mess and although Google fixed the bugs, not much made it more compelling to use than the native email client in iOS or even accessing Gmail directly via Safari. But this latest update brings more to the table, adding several new features that are both useful and fun.

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Google cuts Gmail app support from BlackBerry

Google cuts Gmail app support from BlackBerry

It was announced this week that Google will officially stop support for the native Gmail app for BlackBerry devices starting on November 22nd, this move effectively telling RIM that it'll have to rely on its in-browser iteration if it plans on getting any kind of future support officially. Does this mean that Google has given up on trying to reach people through BlackBerry? I'd say yes, but Google seems to be announcing the change carefully so as not to upset those who've already got the app working on their devices - Google, do you see BlackBerry's end of life in your scopes?

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Gmail app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch released

Gmail app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch released

Google has released its official Gmail app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, promising faster access to messages, better visibility of important emails, and a UI that's designed from the ground up for a touch interface. As expected, the app supports push notifications and sounds, along with full inbox search, and on the iPad there's a split-pane view which shows both inbox and message preview.

Update: First impressions aren't so hot... read on for more details

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Gmail update released today, web-based upgrade live

Gmail update released today, web-based upgrade live

Today Google has begun rolling out their newest look at Gmail, and below we've got an in-depth look at the newest version of the web-based version of the platform, it including both the design and the method for updating your interface to this newest edition. Google aims here to make Gmail as "clean, simple, and intuitive as possible." See if you agree through the description below and see how you like the integration with Google's other systems as well.

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Gmail for iPhone coming soon

Gmail for iPhone coming soon

It's not often that we post about a single app here on SlashGear, so when we do, you know it means a lot to a lot of people - today the news comes down about a real live Gmail app for the iPhone. Word has been passed to publisher MG Siegler that after four years of the iOS platform existing without an official client for Gmail, one will be released, complete with Push Notifications. Word is that the official Gmail app has not only been developed and prepared for final release, it's been submitted to Apple for review for the iTunes App Store.

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Google leaks upcoming Gmail redesign

Google leaks upcoming Gmail redesign

Google posted a video to its YouTube account today revealing some of the changes to its upcoming revamp of the Gmail interface. The redesigned UI unsurprisingly carries over the new theme introduced with the Google+ social network and focuses on making Gmail as clean, simple, and intuitive as possible. Overall, the interface is a lot sleeker and more customizable.

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