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You'll still need to have that Windows PC acting as an intermediary, but folks looking to use Google's Cloud Print service now at least have considerably more devices at their disposal to print documents from. Following up its roll-out to Chrome OS netbooks last month, Google has now announced that

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Previously a US English exclusive, Google has just turned loose a new version of its shockingly-good mobile Gmail site that can be used in some 44 additional languages, including Arabic, Vietnamese, and just about everything in between (though no Esperanto or Klingon yet, we're afraid). Perhaps even

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Right about this time last year, Google updated its mobile Gmail client to be leaner, meaner and altogether more awesome. Now, we're looking at version 2.0 of the app for use with J2ME-supported and BlackBerry phones. The team behind it rethought how mobile users interacted with Gmail, and they att

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Frustrated with mobile Gmail eating up all your kilobytes? If so, we have some good news for you as Google has upgraded the app. Available now, the software has been streamlined to consume half as much data as before, reducing the amount of time needed to send and receive emails as well as accessing

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We're not sure why people wouldn't just... you know, use Gmail, but Japan's KDDI is working with Google to roll out a customized version of the ubiquitous email service for subscribers of its au brand. Called \"au one mail,\" a prototype getting passed around last week showed a mobile interface virtua

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