After Google rolled-out its Google Plus, chucked out two of its products from Labs and then made feature enhancements in Gmail account, the leader is out with an interesting thing. On Thursday, the company launched its two-step authentication sign-in system into 40 more languages across 150 countries.
Such a service that was meant to obstruct the ingress of hackers into Google Accounts ...
As we all know that Google's first product that has been doing superbly well in the online market is Gmail. Yes, your favorite mailing platform. Leveraging the fabulous roll-out of its social platform, Google+, Google has planned a splendid overhaul for its most valuable, appreciated product, Gmail. The updating process of Google Applications is underway and many changes have been rolled-out in the past few weeks.
Enhancements in Gmail
Did you hear about Google winding down its experimental labs?Yeah, you heard it right. Recently Google shared its impeding plans of shutting down Google Labs with a mission to streamline its product portfolio while directing efforts towards impending opportunities.
We all know that Google Labs facilitated users to try product prototypes while they're in their initial stages, whether it is launched or not. Such a change has been sugges...
Now you must be enjoying networking on Google Plus, launched few weeks back. But what if I say that you've got another amazing platform to discover? You must be cursing me for not revealing it.
Well, the overwhelming news is after Facebook, Google Plus, now we'll find Microsoft widening its stance on WWW. With its hybrid search and social networking service, named 'Tulalip', Microsoft has plans of giving a tough co...
Do you remember the post I shared with you on Google+ project and later the termination of private profiles due to its surging demand? Looking at the incredible responses Google + project has received, Internet leader disclosed its plans of rolling-out business-friendly version of Google+ by the end of this year. Whoa! What a tack-sharp business move.
But Google has asked IT executives to hold back for some time, perhaps ...