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Podcasts Now Available in Google Play Music

Podcasts Now Available in Google Play Music

It took a long time, but Google has finally made podcasts available in Google Play Music. To date, millions of PC users have iTunes on their computers exclusively to download podcasts because there aren’t a lot of better ways. Now, thanks to Google Play Music, downloading podcasts is easy (provided you already have a Google Play account). The podcast interface will be immediately familiar

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Google Exec Says “Passwords are done”: What Does That Mean For You?

Google Exec Says “Passwords are done”: What Does That Mean For You?

Twenty years from now, we may be looking at our kids and saying, “Back in our day, we used the name of our first pet to gain access to our bank accounts, Facebook accounts, and email. Isn’t that crazy?” You don’t have to look far to see the dwindling importance of passwords. Apple’s latest iPhone has famously adopted a fingerprint sensor in lieu of standard security features, for exam

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Microsoft Attacks Free, Open Source Google Docs With New Round of Angry Attack Advertisements

Microsoft Attacks Free, Open Source Google Docs With New Round of Angry Attack Advertisements

Microsoft apparently feels threatened by Google Docs. So threatened, in fact, that the company has decided to spend (presumably) millions of dollars creating a round of angry attack advertisements against the free service offered by Google. Five advertisements have been released so far, and all of them are, to say the least, strange. Some of them are cringe-inducing, while others make it diffic

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How to Send Encrypted Emails through Gmail

How to Send Encrypted Emails through Gmail

Gmail is widely regarded as one of the most secure free email services in the world. You never hear about Google experiencing security leaks or losing user data. But as secure as Gmail may be, it’s not perfect. It doesn’t automatically encrypt all of the emails you send, which means that somebody can intercept your emails and read them. Or, somebody could hack into your recipient’s Gmail

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