Apple is considering letting users set third-party apps as the iPhone and iPad’s default web browsers and email clients, Bloomberg reports. The company is also reportedly working on allowing third-party music services like Spotify to run directly on its HomePod smart speaker, bypassing the need to stream them from an Apple device over AirPlay. Although the plans … Read more Apple considers allowing apps like Chrome and Gmail to be set as iOS defaults
Life isn’t getting any easier for holdouts on Windows XP and Vista. Google recently announced that Gmail would stop supporting Chrome version 53 and lower by the end of 2017. The move specifically impacts XP and Vista since Google capped support for both of those systems at Chrome v49. So what does this all mean … Read more Gmail is dumping Windows XP and Vista, now what?
Google has expanded the digital loss protection features in Gmail for Work, to help ensure that employees don’t share confidential information outside the company they work for. The service can now use optical character recognition on attachments, so administrators can ensure that employees aren’t sharing mounds of confidential data in images (whether intentionally or not). … Read more Gmail for Work gets improved digital loss protection features