Gmail for Android updated with unified inbox view, conversation view for non-Gmail accounts, smarter search — All your mail, together in one place — Posted by Régis Décamps, Software Engineer — These days, many of us have more than one email address.
Apple has expanded its trade-in program to include Android phones, BlackBerrys and Windows Phone handsets, the company confirmed on Monday.
Users will be able to trade in their phones from other platforms in Apple stores in the U.S., UK, Canada, France, Germany and Italy, or online via its iPhone Reuse and Recycling Program, and receive a gift card to use at Apple stores. The news was first reported by 9to5Mac earlier this month.
The move is likely part of a larger effort to increase conversion rates from non-Apple smartphones to the iPhone and increase hardware sales. Read more...
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Before Jim Carrey became a comedy icon in films like Dumb and Dumber and Ace Ventura, he was just a fresh-faced, 30-year-old impressionist trying to make a name for himself on In Living Color.
Today, Carrey is known for more than just his over-the-top comedic energy; he has starred in acclaimed dramatic films like Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and The Truman Show, making these images from a photo shoot in 1992 all the more retro. Read more...
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Google updated its Gmail app for Android today, and the most important feature is probably the addition of a unified inbox. Most of us probably manage multiple accounts and until now, you had to awkwardly switch between them in the Gmail app. To get started with this new unified inbox, you simply switch to the “All Inboxes” option in the app and you’re done. Read More
TechCrunch talks to one of the founders of GreatFire.org about the organizations ‘David versus Goliath’ struggle to end internet censorship in China. Read More
Google has begun showing photos uploaded via Google+ in Google Drive, where they can be managed via a new Google Photos tab, or stored in folders alongside other kinds of files easily. The inclusion of Photos and Videos in Drive is one sign that Google is moving to part out the Google+ social network into its key components, and is good news for mobile photographers. Google+ has one of the… Read More
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Google makes photos and videos from Google+ Photos available in Drive — Your photos and files, together in Drive — We take all kinds of photos, from pics of friends and family to snapshots of a scenic view. We also use photos for more practical purposes, like planning a wedding …