Google 2-Step Verification..Have You Try It?

  Just follow these steps: How you sign in with 2-step verification Signing in with 2-step verification is easy. 1. Go to the sign-in page and enter your username and password like you normally do.   2. Then you’ll be asked for a six-digit code, which you’ll get from your phone. If you want, when you enter your code, you can choose to trust your computer — this means you won’t be asked for a code again when you sign in from this computer. If you sign in from another computer, however, you’ll be asked for a code.   3. After you turn on 2-step...

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Outlook vs Gmail: A Feature-by-Feature Comparison

Microsoft announced its Outlook webmail service this week, and it’s a suprisingly robust new webmail client. But can it hold a torch to the current king of webmail, Gmail? To give you a better idea of how they stack up, here’s a feature-by-feature comparison of Outlook vs. Gmail. Feature-by-feature, the two services are remarkably similar. Here’s a quick rundown:   Full size   Now for the more detailed breakdown. Interface   Full size Let’s start with the first thing you’re going to notice when you log into Outlook for the first time:...

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Facebook Testing New Timeline Format With Single Column of Posts

  Be prepared for another change to your Facebook profile: Timeline could soon be getting a makeover. The social networking giant is testing a new design for profile pages that places all posts in a single column on the left, while activity updates, friends, places, apps and other sections are on the right.   SEE ALSO: Facebook Timeline: Zuckerberg’s Biggest Gamble Yet  The current format, a two-column layout, includes posts on both sides, forcing users to look back and forth. When Timeline rolled out site-wide last December, many complained that it was confusing. One...

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5 Technology Trends to Watch

The Consumer Electronics Association unveiled its annual look forward to the most promising tech developments of the year. Because technology evolves so quickly, nailing down trends with staying power is no easy task. Even so, a few underlying movements are so big that they’re impossible to ignore. Courtesy of Companies From left to right: Fab@Home 3D Printer, Jawbone JAMBOX, iPad On Monday, the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) identified a few of these key tech trends based on consumer market research. The company released the 2013 edition of its annual Five Technology Trends...

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On Display: The Future of Retail – According to Shoppers

The Channel of Choice for Global Shoppers Across all 16 countries polled, respondents indicated that web, not mobile or social, was the most important way for them to research products and shop. 80% of respondents in developing countries and 63% of those in mature markets said the Internet was the top way they preferred to browse and purchase. quote...

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