What we say: Mailbox is one of the better ways to attain the fabled Inbox Zero – or at least try to – by swiping unwanted emails aside like they’re unwanted matches in Tinder.
Google has been fined 2,250 Canadian dollars for an image on Street View that captured images of a Canadian woman’s cleavage.
Google has turned its Google Maps Street View into a time machine to let users travel back in time and see how places have changed.
Much of the world seems content to quietly ignore the situation in Crimea in the hope that it will go away. But for some, silence isn't an option – and that includes the mapmakers of the internet.
Apple's chief executive, Tim Cook, has said he is "extremely sorry for the frustration" users have found with its new mapping service, adding that if they are dissatisfied they can use rival products.
Apple's new maps offering has drawn huge amounts of ire from users used to having Google Maps on their device. But it's far from the company's first brush with a PR embarrassment.
So who decided that the iPhone and iPad would no longer have Google's map data – Apple or Google?
Not long now.
Over the last few years, at the kinds of conferences where the world's technological elite gathers to mainline caffeine and determine the course of history, Google has entertained the crowds with a contraption it calls Liquid Galaxy.
Google is facing a fresh privacy blunder after it admitted it had not deleted all of the private data, including emails and passwords, it secretly collected from internet users around the UK.