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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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Google Contacts Now Lets You Restore Deleted Entries

Google Contacts Now Lets You Restore Deleted Entries

Google is definitely in tune with users. At least, that's the way it looks. After announcing that you can actually "unsend" an email you didn't mean to send, the search giant is now letting users of Gmail restore contacts to those they've put into Google Contacts. Mistakes happen, right? Well, now you can recover those contacts you might have deleted by accident, as long as it's within the last 30 days that you hit that delete button.

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Does a Facebook e-mail offering make any sense?

Does a Facebook e-mail offering make any sense?

With all the speculation about what Facebook will unveil on Monday at their event in San Francisco, I thought I would chime in on if the speculation thus far makes any sense. The rumor and speculation is that Facebook intends to offer a more robust e-mail solution within the Facebook platform and is being pitted against Google’s Gmail client. There are several interesting things about this if its true that needs to be explored.

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Facebook’s “Project Titan” Gmail rival tipped for Nov 15 reveal

Facebook’s “Project Titan” Gmail rival tipped for Nov 15 reveal

The ongoing squabble between Google and Facebook looks set to ramp up another level on Monday, with the social network set to apparently launch its own "Gmail killer". That's the internal description for Project Titan, according to TechCrunch, which has heard that Facebook's November 15 event will see a web-based email platform launch complete with "@facebook.com" addresses.

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The Daily Slash: September 29th 2010

The Daily Slash: September 29th 2010

It's the middle of the week, but in better news, we're coming to the end of September. And that also means we're just about into the fourth quarter of the year. Counting down the days now. Tonight, though, in the news from around the Web, we've got a Jaguar concept car that looks amazing. And then, as usual, we'll wrap up things from around the R3 Media Network. So, welcome to the Wednesday edition of The Daily Slash.

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Google’s Gmail Now Lets You Turn Off Conversation View

Google’s Gmail Now Lets You Turn Off Conversation View

Today, Google made it official: you can now turn off conversation view. While there's some people out there that might say that the conversation view is one of the reasons that Gmail became so widely adopted, so quickly, it looks like there were also plenty of people out there that didn't care for the feature all that much. And so, while Google isn't taking it away entirely, they are giving you the option to turn it off and on.

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The Daily Slash: September 21st 2010

The Daily Slash: September 21st 2010

Today was a busy day in the news business, so hopefully you managed to keep up. With that being said, welcome to The Daily Slash, the last little bit before we all wind down. As usual, we'll capture one story that's interesting enough to make the cut, as well as wrap up the news from around the R3 Media Network. So let's get right into it.

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