Google Rolls Out Two-Factor Authentication For Everyone. You Should Use It.
Given how much data we’re trusting to online sites these days — email, search history, even voice calls — the repercussions to having our account passwords phished, hacked, or guessed are worse than ever. Unfortunately as far as consumers are concerned, account security has been stagnant for years: nearly every service requires a username and password, and that’s it. Cue the scary music and a …
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Top 10 Android apps
V3.co.uk staff, V3.co.uk , Friday 11 February 2011 at 17:31:00 A round-up of the best business apps for the popular Google platform The use of Android devices has exploded in the past 12 months, with the Google-owned platform being the first to outsell the Symbian platform in the last quarter of 2010. Devices such as the HTC Desire HD and Samsung Galaxy S have been very well received and are …
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Tech 3.0: The ‘cloud’ acts as a storage silver lining
Do you find yourself constantly e-mailing documents — perhaps a report you worked on or a news story from a Web site you’d like to read later — from home to your address at work? If you are, well, that technique is so yesterday.
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