Google I/O 2015

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Google I/O 2015 developers conference is happening May 28th at 9:30 AM PDT. If you are not aware Google I/O is one of the biggest conferences for Android developers and fans. Google has announce big products and software releases at previous conferences and this year should be no different.

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Mobile Game of the Week

Mobile Game of the Week

In a new weekly article I am reviewing an mobile game for the week that I love to play and I think you will like to. Some of the games will be available on both iOS and Android and some games will be only on one of the platforms. So to start the Game of the week I am starting with an addicting game that I recently found and I have really enjoyed playing. There are many different types of mobile games and this can best be described as a line game with a twist.

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How to Improve your two-factor authentication

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There are many different threats on the Internet now and users have to be aware of these threats and find a way to protect their information. One important step in protecting your online accounts is using two-factor authentication. Two-factor authentication is typically done using your phone since it is never too far away. But setting up two-factor authentication on your smartphone for all the accounts you have can be confusing and time consuming. But Authy is a new app and service that can make it easier to implement two-factor authentication.

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New Apps for New Year 2

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For the second installment on the series New Apps for the New Year I will go through some new replacement apps for your regularly used apps. Weather apps on our phones and tablets may be one of the most important apps we use. Even though most of the time we use the app there isn’t a big storm or blizzard, it is still important to get up to date and correct weather for our location. So here are some new weather apps that you may want to replace your old app with.

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How to Easily Delete Files in Windows 7

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Windows 8 operating system has not been warmly embraced by most PC owners. It is obvious to anyone who uses Windows 8 that it varies greatly from Windows 7. Even though Windows 8 has a pretty bad rap as being a bad Operating System it really depends on who is using it. But there is a cool feature in Windows 8 and that is when when deleting a file the confirmation prompt is gone, this makes the process much faster than in Windows 7. So here is how you can get this feature in Windows 7.

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New Apps for the New Year

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As we start the New Year unlike other posts that talk about what to expect in 2015. I decided to start a blog series about using the New Year as a reason to look at the apps you use everyday and seeing if there are any better or different apps to try. There are many apps we count on everyday whether they are alarm clock apps, weather apps, or other apps. And sticking to the same apps we use everyday, there are other new or improved apps that are even better. So to start the blog series here are some new replacement alarm clock apps for the New Year.

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YouTube Channels that Motivate

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There are millions of YouTube channels on a myriad of different topics. And many people already have their favorite YouTube channels, but I wanted to share several channels that are great to watch to improve your outlook and motivate you. Sorry but no cat videos included because even though they may be cute but they won’t motivate you.

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