Tag: gmail

How I Rooted My Amazon Kindle Fire and Installed Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich

How I Rooted My Amazon Kindle Fire and Installed Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich

My process for rooting an Amazon Kindle Fire and installing Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.

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Light Flow Android Phone LED Customization App Review

Light Flow Android Phone LED Customization App Review

I review Light Flow, an Android app that lets you customize the color and behavior of your phone’s LED. It’s a great value at $2, but there’s a free version you should try first.

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Living With Google’s Two-Factor Authentication
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Living With Google’s Two-Factor Authentication

I write about my experience of using Google’s two-factor authentication after living with it for three months. It is very advanced, but the setup may too complicated for most Web users.

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Gmail Manager review

Gmail Manager review

I have two Gmail accounts — one for personal use, and one associated with my online persona. Switching back and forth between the accounts to get all my hate mail became tedious almost immediately. I found GAlert, a desktop program that monitors multiple Gmail accounts and notifies you when you have new email. Google changed […]

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Permanent secure HTTPS connectivity option now available on Gmail

Permanent secure HTTPS connectivity option now available on Gmail

Gmail has had HTTPS (secure) capabilities for a long time now, but the default protocol has always been plain HTTP. You could manually add the “s” in the URL (http://mail.google.com to https://mail.google.com), but you had to do it every time you logged in. GAlert by MassGrid Solutions (ready my review) had this functionality, but there […]

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More than one gmail account? Check out GAlert

More than one gmail account? Check out GAlert

I am a huge fan of Gmail. My two favorite features, by far, are threaded discussions and the ability to add multiple, user-defined labels to email conversations. I like Gmail so much that I forward all of my private email through there, and have two additional accounts: one for my DrFaulken shenanigans and another for […]

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