Google promotes Google Chrome 28 to the Stable Channel

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Google has released a newer version of Chrome browser and marked v28.0.1500.72 as the stable channel for Windows, Mac and Chrome Frame. The release addresses the security fixes including the new Flash Player v11.8.800.97 and improved pop-ups. Revamped and rich pop-ups now features text and images and lets users to respond to notification without leaving […]

“Bing is for Doing” – Are you sure?

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The Bing Team has started a new campaign named “Bing is for Doing” featuring winter sports athletes doing amazing things. Bing has shared Kevin’s inspiring story featuring how he embodies the spirit of doing. Kevin Pearce, who was on the path to the 2010 Olympics before a tragic snowboarding accident left him with a traumatic […]

How to Use Google Chrome as PDF Viewer

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Google Chrome comes with a built-in PDF plugin (PDF Viewer) enabled by default. When you click a PDF link on the web, the file opens directly in your browser window. You can use the same as PDF viewing desktop application by simply associating PDF files (.pdf extension) with Chrome browser. And it will appear very […]

Office 365 is out of beta

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Today, Microsoft has released Office 365 for everyone along with the general availability of SP1 for Office 2010 on Tuesday. Office 365 is out of beta and pricing and release notes are available. A number of media events were held to announce the GA of Office 365 in 40 countries. Last year, Microsoft introduced the […]

Microsoft to release Office 365 on June 28

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Earlier this year, Microsoft released beta version Office 365 for Professionals and Small Businesses. Now Microsoft is all set to launch Office 365 on June 28. According to sources, a press-only Office 365 event will take place on June 28 in New York. Office 365 is a cloud-based, monthly-subscription solution that comes in two versions, […]

Now Chat with AIM buddies in Gmail

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Google has enhanced its chatting capabilities in Gmail and now allows users to chat with AIM users even if you don’t have AIM account. Microsoft did the same and integrated Facebook chat in Messenger. So it seems Google is getting inspired with Microsoft idea and following the same to increase activity in Gmail. Now you […]

How to Import mail and contacts from Yahoo, Hotmail, AOL and other POP3 accounts to Gmail

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Google has introduced a new or improved feature to import mail and contacts from 3rd party mail accounts to Gmail account. The feature allows importing mail and contacts from Yahoo, Hotmail, AOL and other webmail or POP3 accounts. It’s just a 3-Step process and the article describes you to import mail and contacts in Gmail. […]

How to Setup 2-Step Verification security in Google Accounts

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Google introduced a new security mechanism 2-Step Verification using mobile phones that adds an extra layer of security to users’ Google accounts by requiring them to enter a verification code in addition to their username and password, when signing in to their account. You can setup or turn on this new security feature by following […]

Google introduces 2-Step Verification to protect your Google Accounts

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Mobile phones are everywhere. They are ubiquitous and Google felt to do something innovative and introduced a new security mechanism 2-Step Verification using mobile phones that adds an extra layer of security to users’ Google accounts by requiring them to enter a verification code in addition to their username and password, when signing in to […]