So.cl (Social) is Microsoft’s look into the world of going social on the web. It was mistakenly published and seems to have been a research project that is now gaining steam. If you have left MySpace and feel crowded with … Continue reading
If you have a Google account, you can now get 5gb of storage in the cloud. I signed up three days ago and just got a notice that I could try Google Drive out. Following the link to their … Continue reading
Google drive is coming. Signup today at Google to get an additional 5gb of storage. Google will also offer rates for additional storage.
Unzip the Web! Google celebrates the inventor of the zipper! Go to Google.com and use your mouse to unzip the page to read more about Gideon Sundback. (You have to use Google Chrome!)
Panoramio allows for the public sharing of landmarks and pictures. Panoramio a Google based site allows for the searching of cities and areas you live in or plan on visiting.
Privacy? Who needs it? In case you missed the 3 billion warnings, Google is changing their privacy and you need to sign in to your Google account and clear your entire web history. Everything we do today is … Continue reading
With Android phones gaining ground along with Android devices, it looks like Google is getting ready to kick in their own version of cloud computing. Microsoft has had Skydrive an online storage for years with 25 gb of free space … Continue reading
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As you know the Google cars, trucks and vans are busy racing around the world mapping out street views and even where wireless devices are. A recent Google blog tells you how to keep your wireless access point from … Continue reading
Android malware is up. Users should take precautions by loading anti-virus software and only download from reputable sites. Always do a review on an app before you download it. Read more
“iPads pose the worst risk as far as data leakage in concerned since they are mainly used for consumption of enterprise information in various form of documents,” says Guy Levy-Yurista, vice president of products and development for AirPatrol. “This sensitive … Continue reading
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Back in 2006, Google began work on an internal project codenamed Platypus. The core of the program was to provide every Gmail user with a cloud-based hard drive akin to Microsoft Skydrive or Dropbox. It was later revealed as GDrive, … Continue reading
Multiple vulnerabilities have been reported in Google Chrome, where some have unknown impacts and others can can be exploited by malicious people to bypass certain security restrictions and potentially compromise a user’s system Multiple vulnerabilities in Google Chrome.
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Did you know you can find the time anywhere in the world using Google? Here’s a tip from Rick at Whats On My PC.
Several US ISPs Hijacking And Redirecting Their Customers’ Search Queries. What do you expect to come up when you search for a term in Google or Bing? Page after page of relevant results, right? Wrong, buster – at least if … Continue reading
IBM, Apple Top List of 10 Most Innovative IT Companies – IT Infrastructure – News & Reviews – eWeek.com. IBM is the most innovative company in IT, period. The Aug. 8 issue of Forbes contains a list of what the … Continue reading
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Google’s Search by Voice is a neat feature that allows you to click on the microphone in the Google search box and use your voice to search Google. Google’s Chrome browser is required.
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Google’s Street View faces multiple class action lawsuits over claims that its camera cars sniffed usernames, passwords, and even e-mails from open WiFi networks as they passed. Google argued that this couldn\’t be wiretapping because the networks were open; a … Continue reading
Tech Paul recently wrote an article on the changing world of computers. His article gives insight on the new technology we face with the synchronization of our mobile devices and computers. Great article.