Google’s Gmail suffered outage leaving many users with no access to their email, online calendar or contact information.
NewYork Times reported that Google’s Gmail service froze Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. London time, leaving millions of users in Europe without access to e-mail for four prime working hours.
Google issued an apology to Gmail users who just experienced outages on the free e-mail application, leaving users mostly from the U.S., India and Canada without access to e-mail.
In a post on the official Gmail Blog, Todd Jackson, Gmail Product Manager apologized saying
We feel your pain, and we’re sorry