Google's 10 best (and worst) innovations of the year

Google rolled out a number of cool products this year, but not all of them can be home runs. Here's a look at the best and worst of Google this year.

By Kristin Burnham , CIO |  Internet, gmail, Google

Hot: Priority Inbox

If you receive a high volume of e-mails on a daily basis, you know how time consuming it can be to sort through it all.

This summer, Google announced the beta release of Priority Inbox, a feature that essentially separates the junk from the important stuff, and organizes it to help you focus on the messages that matter.

To help Gmail recognize which e-mails are important to you, you click a (+) button to indicate it's relevant or a (-) button to send the message to a lower priority. The more you use the buttons, the better Gmail becomes at, well, prioritizing your inbox.

[ See also: Gmail Priority Inbox: Tips for managing your email ]

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