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Gmail Two-factor authentication

When people talk about keeping their personal information safe like there “Banking”, they need to understand just keeping your “Banking Information” safe is not enough.  You e-mail is where all your banking information gets sent, so you need to keep that secure first. The most...
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AT&T releases Jelly Bean for Galaxy S III

Galaxy S III owners on AT&T who have been waiting for months on end to get their Samsung Galaxy S III upgraded can now rejoice.  Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean is now available for download to AT&T Galaxy S III owners through Kies, Samsung’s content sync and...
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Galaxy S3 Number 1 In Smartphone Market

Samsung’s Galaxy S3 is now the world’s best-selling smartphone pulling in front of Apple’s iPhone, which has dominated the smartphone market for more than two years consistently.  The Galaxy S3 powered by Android OS, v4.0.4 (Ice Cream Sandwich), upgradeable to 4.1 (Jelly Bean) and 720 x...
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Gmail Update

Google has added a few new features to their e-mail service Gmail. The features consist of the new compose and reply experience in Gmail, making it easier to reference other emails without having to close a draft. Similar to the Google talk popup windows, any email...
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Google’s Data Centers

As everyone knows Google takes the security, and secrecy of their data centers very seriously.  Secure in its dominant position, along with the companies willingness to help businesses learn from their experience in a struggling economy.  Google has shared knowledge with administrators, and businesses to...
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Google Lawsuit For Reading Emails

There is no denying the power of the Google AdSense Advertising Network. Interest-Based Advertising, often known by its more modest name, “behavior targeting,” gives advertisers a way to deliver ads to users who have shown interest in related items. Google tracks your online movements threw...
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Google Mobile Malware

Is Google planning on integrating an antivirus scanner into Android? A just-released Google Play store app update, as well as the company’s recent acquisition of VirusTotal seem to hint that yes, Google is looking into it. Google yesterday started rolling out an update to its Google...
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Google Ventures Beefs Up Fund and Staff

Google recently increase the cash it allocates to its venture-capital arm to up to $300 million a year from $200 million, catapulting Google Ventures into the top echelon of corporate venture-capital funds.  With this increase Google VenturesGoogle Ventures will be able to invest in more later-stage financing...
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