The Wall Street Journal reported today that the United States Department of Justice has been using planes equipped with devices that pose as cellular towers (called “dirtboxes”) to collect data from suspected
I started using Gmail in January 2005, my first year in college. It replaced the AOL account I’d been using since middle school. Before that, I shared an AOL account with my parents for a year or two.
Google has added a new way to control what happens to your account when you stop using it — most likely because you're no longer around. A new Inactive Account Manager, available in Google's settings,