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Google claims China is targeting Gmail again

Google claims China is targeting Gmail again

You might recall that Google and a bunch of other firms announced last year that they had been the target of massive coordinated attacks that were though at the time to be an attempt to steal IP. The attacks were later tracked to China and the Chinese government denied any participation in the attacks. At the time, Google noted that some of the attacks were aimed at Gmail users that were political activists.

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Gmail Labs launches Smart Labels

Gmail Labs launches Smart Labels

This morning the duders down at Google Labs released a neat little ditty. I don't know if you use labels already, but you should check out the smart label system. Labels gave you the ability to sort your e-mail into different tags based on regular expressions. It is implemented with some really simple pattern matching. Though with a little bit of computer wizardry you could sort your mail pretty well, it's not really all that useful with today's internet. Luckily, Google has our collective backs. These labels are actually pretty smart. I navigated myself to this link to turn on the service.

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Google Bulks Up Sign-In Security

Google Bulks Up Sign-In Security

If you’ve ever had your account hacked resulting in a deluge of spam bombarding the inboxes of your friends and family addressed from you, then you’ll surely appreciate Google’s new efforts to bulk up sign-in security for all their Gmail and Google Accounts users. However, this new two-step verification process may be more of a nuisance than worthy of celebration.

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: December 21 2010

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: December 21 2010

Behold as the UK attempts to block all your pornz while Google extends you free phone calls with Gmail Google Voice through 2011. See as Notion Ink sells out of Adam amidst video demos and big-time internet hype. Check out the FULL LIST of WINNERS from our SlashGear / Android Community Google Cr-48 Giveaway - it might be you! Finally, Vince busts out a full fledged Google Cr-48 Chrome OS notebook review. Believe it!

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Gmail Delegation Introduced: One Account, Multiple Users

Gmail Delegation Introduced: One Account, Multiple Users

Now when you've got more than one account, you can view them all in one window. Now when you've got more than one person who's accessing your one account, you don't need to give them your password. Email delegation is now in full effect over at Gmail. This functionality has been in place for Google Apps accounts before, now it's available to anyone using Gmail. This news comes right on top of another update to Gmail: Restoring Deleted Entries. This one's more for the multitasker.

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: December 15 2010

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: December 15 2010

Today take a trip down fibber lane with Chris Davies as he informs the world about The Convergence Con. Next check out the $200 Pioneer BDR-206MBK BDXL burner that'll let you make your own Blu-ray disks (at $100 a pop, even if you mess em up!) See a Facebook intern Facebook Maps the World via social networking relationships. And don't forget! Take a peek at both of our SlashGear AND our Android Community giveaways of the Google Cr-48 Laptop! Free! So freaking free! All this and more on none other than your friendly neighborhood SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up!

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