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Google’s Improving Gmail Security

March 29, 2016 Chris Crum

Google has made security a priority with Gmail early this year. Last month, the company announced changes to keep users safe including a broken lock icon display on messages when a user receives a message from or is about to send one to a person whose email service doesn’t support […]

Microsoft Pilots New Outlook.com Premium Service

February 22, 2016 Chris Crum

Microsoft is reportedly piloting a new Outlook.com Premium service, which appears to give subscribers personalized email addresses with custom domain accounts thanks to a partnership with GoDaddy. The offering was first reported by ZDNet Microsoft reporter Mary Jo Foley, who was tipped to this support page about the service by […]

Amazon Opening A New AWS Region in Canada

January 19, 2016 Chris Crum

Amazon announced that it intends to open an AWS region in Montreal this year. This will give AWS partners and customers the ability to run workloads and store data in the country for the first time. The company currently has four other regions in North America, which include: US East […]

Firefox Browser Now Available for iOS Worldwide

November 17, 2015 Chris Crum

Mozilla announced that its Firefox browser is now available for iOS worldwide. It supports iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch devices. The browser made its iOS debut in September in New Zealand, but has now expanded to everywhere else. Mozilla says in a blog post: Firefox for iOS lets you take […]

An Overview Of Microsoft’s New Windows 10 Devices

October 20, 2015 Chris Crum

Microsoft just unveiled new Surface, Lumia, and Microsoft Band devices including the new Surface Book, Surface Pro 4, Microsoft Band 2, Lumia 950, Lumia 950 XL and Lumia 550. A spokesperson for the company says, they’re all “built to be the ultimate hardware for Windows 10, which is now running […]

Apple Requires 6-Digit Passcodes For New iOS

June 19, 2015 Josh Wolford

If you use TouchID to unlock your iPhone and iPad, the idea of typing in a passcode seems quite Stone Age – but plenty of iOS users still punch in a four-digit passcode every time they unlock their devices. That’s about the change.

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