So there’s been a bit of debate lately about Google’s Chrome apps after the launch, most of you have probably heard of Chrome OS a while back with a few Chromebooks popping up here and there. Chrome Apps are the next generation of browser apps that can be run offline and eventually will be cross […]
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Oh dear, poor Google seem to be catching all kinds of flak over their Wifi Data Collection. The UK Met are already investigating them and they are being pulled to pieces in Germany too with France also weighing in. The latest to jump on the bandwagon is Australia which is stating they have breached the […]
You may or may not have noticed, but I was on hiatus for a few days. As you’re probably aware (and I’m sure many of you celebrate) it was Chinese New Year on February 14th so I was offline for a few days taking a well deserved break. I’d like to wish all of you […]
I thought this would have been stamped out by now, but sadly it’s still going on. With the advent of cheap web hosting and easy to use CMS systems like WordPress more and more people are managing their own websites (gone are the days of Geocities). More people with websites means more FTP details to […]
More Google News this week after Google Launches Online Security & Malware Blog, now they have acquired a web security startup called GreenBorder. Google Inc. said on Tuesday it has bought Internet security startup GreenBorder Technologies Inc., which creates secure connections to protect e-mail and Web users from malicious or unwanted computer code. Terms of […]
Another to add to your list and your RSS feedreader, Google Online Security Blog. Online security is an important topic for Google, our users, and anyone who uses the Internet. The related issues are complex and dynamic and we’ve been looking for a way to foster discussion on the topic and keep users informed. Thus, […]