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Apple’s 2-step verification feature now available in PH

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: July 20, 2014

Nearly a year and a half after its official announcement, Apple has finally made the 2-step verification available to 59 countries including Philippines. In case you don’t know, the 2-step verification feature acts as an added security for your Apple ID. If enabled, users would have to first input the system-generated code that will be sent to pre-configured number in order to login to their Apple account. Having this security feature can be a little annoying for some, but we think that majority of Apple users, particularly those who have a payment attached to their Apple ID, wouldn’t mind having…

Consolidate all your email accounts in Gmail

Relevance: 90%      Posted on: June 23, 2006

Or what I would have titled as "One Gmail to rule them all!" Anyway, this tutorial was meant for someone who asked about it but I thought I'd post it here as well for future reference. This simple tutorial will enable you to use your GMail account as your catch-all inbox for all your other email accounts. The idea is simple -- be able to receive all messages form all other email accounts into your GMail and then send emails or reply to emails from the originating recipient. Here's how you do it. (Note: This tutorial assumes that you other…

Comment Policy

Relevance: 88%      Posted on: September 25, 2005

One of the main drawbacks of having a fairly popular blog (that's according to Google, not me) aside from getting comment spam is having troll spams. Troll spams are those who checks out your blog for high comment traffic then add self-serving comments promoting their own blogs, forums or website in the hope that traffic would precipitate down to their end. Comments are good. In fact, I love comments. But if you leave a comment just to promote your blog or forum or website, expect that I will edit them or delete them. It's my blog and I can do…

Using 2-Step Verification with GMail

Relevance: 87%      Posted on: June 9, 2011

In the recount of what happened yesterday regarding my hacked Paypal account, I realized that it was my GMail that was originally compromised and used to reset my Paypal password. After realizing that, I went and changed my Google Account password and used their 2-Step Verification process. To those who have been asking in the comments what is and how to activate the Google 2-Step Verification feature, this video should give you the details: I really don't know how my GMail was compromised but it could be one of several possible ways: I've lost an iPhone 3G, Nexus One and…

Google’s Summer of Code

Relevance: 73%      Posted on: June 1, 2005

The Summer of Code is Google's program designed to introduce students to the world of Open Source Software Development. This Summer, don't let your programming skills lie fallow. Use them for the greater good of Open Source Software and computer science! Google will provide a $4500 award to each student who successfully completes an open source project by the end of the Summer. Anyone interested to join? The deadline for applications is June 14, 2005.

Hangouts: Google’s reply to BBM, iMessage & More

Relevance: 73%      Posted on: May 16, 2013


Say goodbye to Google Talk & G+ Messenger. Google Hangouts is getting updated big time, and it will absorb all of the company's shortcomings on messaging. Viber is taking on the desktop, Microsoft has Skype, Apple has iMessage, BlackBerry has BBM - then there's still a lot more in the picture such as WhatsApp, Yahoo & the rest. What does Google have? Voice, Talk, G+... and all of them are integrated with one service after another. It's honestly messy. Google simplifies and enters the messaging game with Hangouts. It's basically an app that you can download too - and it…

Yahoo!Mail uses captcha to fight spam.

Relevance: 73%      Posted on: October 24, 2005

Was just checking my Yahoo emails when after responding to one client, I was prompted with a "send mail" verification that uses a captcha system. It was unusual actually since most of the emails I replied to today did not prompt me with captcha verification. I tried again and the email was sent thru without it. Then I realized that it must be how I wrote my reply which was mostly in Taglish (Tagalog-English). That could have triggered it. It's a nice feature but for the un-initiated, it could mean not being able to realize that your email replies didn't…

Blogger < code >.

Relevance: 72%      Posted on: August 15, 2005

This is my blogger code: B9 d++ t+ k+ s u f+ i o x e+ l c-- Got it from Dean Paul's blog. I find it cute, in a techy way. It could find its way into my "about" page. Take the survey and get your blogger code here. Update: Jangelo is calling all pinoy bloggers to Digg Pinoy.Tech.Blog. Side Note: I am temporarily disabling PinoyTopBlogs. Too many SQL connections and it's dragging the server to a halt. Will have to wait for the release version of evoTopSites and install their caching system to reduce load. They told me…

Why would Scoble leave Microsoft for PodTech?

Relevance: 70%      Posted on: June 11, 2006

Reports of Robert Scoble, the Microsoft poster boy in the blogging world, leaving the software giant for a recently funded start-up company PodTech is catching one with Techcrunch spilling the latest scoop. The bigger question is, why would he leave a seemingly good career at Microsoft (especially with the role he is playing in the blogosphere)? We can only surmise. Scoble has not yet really (officially) admitted about it early today but he's already blogged about what it's not about. More about it here: Correcting the record about Microsoft. [tags]robert scoble, scobleizer, microsoft, resignation[/tags]

Nokia Email Service

Relevance: 67%      Posted on: August 14, 2008

Last week, Nokia BetaLabs announced a new service called Nokia Email. This is push email just like those of the Blackberry or Apple's MobileMe so expect this to be a premium service. I'm trying it now and if you're interested, Nokia is allowing sign-ups during the beta period for free. It's only limited to ESeries and NSeries handset with S60 3rd Edition OS. This means you can get your GMail, Yahoo and other emails pushed into your phone almost immediately (there were reports by others that there's a slight delay). This, on top of Nokia Ovi and the Nokia Music…