Google appeared to troll Gmail users yesterday, by adding a childish GIF to their sent email and making their replies disappear. If that sounds stupid and asinine to you, then you’d be right.
Your humble blogwatcher tries to avoid April Fool’s Day stories, but this one is completely ridiculous. Not only did Google screw up in the most idiotic fashion, but the company “apology” came from a lowly software engineer, rather than someone in management who was actually responsible for signing off on such a daft idea.
On the plus side, at least Google says it’s learned something from the débâcle. But in IT Blogwatch, bloggers still can’t believe Google would be so foolish.
To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
- Google’s new Stackdriver service can manage applications across multiple clouds
- Make the Most of Apple WatchOS 2 With These Apps
- Gmail, SMTP, DNS and more: Four things I broke first, fixed later
- Following Google’s lead, telecoms and users can join in the fight against robocalls
- Google’s new Chromecast reportedly coming this month, Spotify support also likely