Tag Archives: Gmail

6 Gmail tips to transform you into an email genius

Have you ever accidentally sent a damning email to someone that you intended to save for the rest of time as a draft? Or made a friend audibly gasp at the sight of thousands of unread email notifications on your phone? Perhaps you’ve run out of storage space on your drive entirely and are paying actual money for more. If so, you’re not alone, ...

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Google launches advanced Gmail security features for high-risk users

Alphabet’s Google Inc said on Tuesday it would roll out an “advanced protection program” to provide stronger email security for some users such as government officials, political activists and journalists who are at a higher risk of being targeted by sophisticated hackers. Google users will have the ability to opt in to security settings aimed at protecting Gmail, Google Drive ...

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Gmail to end ad-targeting email scans

Google’s decision to stop scanning Gmail users’ emails in order to target them with personalised adverts has been given a qualified welcome by privacy campaigners. The tech firm revealed the change in a blog at the end of last week. Google promised to make the move before the year’s end to bring the consumer version of Gmail in line with ...

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ECOWAS summit causes massive traffic in Accra

Several motorists plying routes around the Movenpick-Ambassador Hotel in Accra are locked up in heavy traffic following the ongoing Economic Community Of West African States (ECOWAS) emergency meeting. Some West African heads of state were summoned to Accra by President John Dramani Mahama to discuss important issues affecting the sub-region including the Boko Haram threat in Nigeria. The ongoing conference has led ...

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