Google today asked customers who use the Gmail for iOS app to test a new feature that will allow non-Google accounts to be added to and checked from the official Gmail for iOS app.
Right now, the Gmail app for iOS devices only supports Gmail accounts, but the addition of support for third-party email accounts would put the app on par with other popular iOS apps like Spark, Airmail, Alto, Edison Mail, and other options.
Calling Gmail iOS users! Help us test a new feature – check your non-Google accounts from the official Gmail iOS app https://t.co/qVG44ygii2 pic.twitter.com/WZlUDSOtWX
— Gmail (@gmail) October 17, [...]
Yahoo’s massive data breach that occurred in August of 2013 affected all three billion Yahoo accounts that existed at the time, Yahoo parent company Verizon disclosed today in a statement on Oath.com, the website for the brand that now encompasses both AOL and Yahoo.
Previously, Yahoo said the hack affected 1 billion accounts, or a third of all accounts at the time. Verizon now says new intelligence suggests the attack was much larger, compromising all Yahoo accounts in 2013.
Subsequent to Yahoo’s acquisition by Verizon, and during integration, the company recently obtained new intelligence and now believes, following an investigation with the [...]
Apple says it is working closely with Microsoft to fix an issue that prevents Outlook.com, Office 365, and Exchange 2016 account holders from sending or replying to emails using Apple’s native Mail app in iOS 11.
Apple published a support document on Tuesday, September 19 – the official launch date of iOS 11 – to acknowledge the issue affecting users of Microsoft email servers.
If you can‘t send an email with iOS 11 and an Outlook.com or Exchange mail account
You might see an error message that says „Cannot Send Mail. The message was rejected by the server.“
If your email account is hosted by Microsoft on Outlook.com or [...]
Multiple high-profile Instagram accounts belonging to celebrities may have been breached due to a bug related to an Instagram API, reports TechCrunch.
The bug, which has since been fixed, allowed at least one hacker to access the email address and phone number on an unknown number of „high-profile“ Instagram users. According to Instagram, the only data accessed was email address and phone number, and no passwords were exposed.
It’s not clear how many users were affected, but TechCrunch speculates it’s a small number as hackers were only targeting celebrities.
Instagram notified all verified users of the breach in an email, letting [...]