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Google Contacts Gets a New Look

March 3, 2015

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Google Contacts is getting an update. Contacts sit at the core of services like Gmail, Google+, Hangouts and others, but it never felt like Google was putting a lot of resources into this service. Now, it's only getting a new look, but also a couple of new features that will make using it a bit easier.

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Google Reboots Its Business Software Operation as "Google for Work"

September 2, 2014

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Google is best known for the online services and software it offers to everyday consumers - things like Google Search, Gmail, and the Android mobile operating system that runs so many smartphones and tablets - but for more than a decade, the tech giant has also offered services, software, and even hardware to the world's businesses, including everything from online applications to the world's businesses, including everything from online applications such as Google Docs to sweeping cloud computing services such as Google Compute Engine. Today, the company unveiled a new identity for this growing part of its operation. It will now be known as Google for Work.

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Data Point: Android Is on Pace to Take Over the World by 2015

May 27, 2014

The number of devices that will ship with Google Android software is expected to overtake all other mobile and PC operating systems by 2015, according to data from research firm Gartner that was compiled by Statista.

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Why Gmail's Contact Manager Is So Bad

February 11, 2014

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The recently updated Gmail web interface has been polarizing. Either you love it or hate it. But something almost everyone can agree on is how horrible the contacts manager is. It's difficult to find (tucked away in a drop down under the Gamil logo); you have to manually merge contacts like it's 1997; heck, sometimes your contacts will simply disapper.

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Gmail and Google Apps Users Complain of Bug Which Sees Contact Groups Empty Out

January 16, 2014

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The cloud giveth, and the cloud taketh away. An undetermined number of Gmail and Google Apps users have been experiencing issues with their Gmail Contacts groups throughout the month of January, which involves contacts randomly disappearing from the group's they've been assigned to - something that's more frustrating than devastating, to be fair.

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