Last week we covered how you can set up email on your iPhone 5 but, we realized we were leaving out our readers who did not have iPhones. So, in our blog this week, we figured we would go over how to set up email on Android (since that seems to be the next most popular smartphone for consumers). With email on Android you should be able to be more mobile, more productive and more responsive to the requests of your co-workers, employees and clients. Without further ado, here is our 6 step guide on how to set up email on Android.
Cloud computing has become a major buzz word over the past four years and it doesn't seem as though it's going away anytime soon. You may have heard that tech giants like Amazon, Google and Apple are all battling to be the top cloud provider for consumers. There are advertisements everywhere for Apple's iCloud and Microsoft's OneDrive and every one of those tech companies has an offer that will give you more space for your photos and personal documents.
In todays’ world, being mobile is a necessary attribute for any Long Island small business. But, you also need to be able to stay in contact with your clients, co-workers and employees throughout the day. With e-mail on your iPhone you’ll be able not only be more mobile, but be more responsive to the needs of your clients. Listed below is our 7 step guide on how to set up email on iPhone 5.
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David Pogue is one of the most well-respected (and well known) personalities in the tech world. For the past thirty years David has seen the tech industry grow from a fledgling industry into the most dominant corporate power in America. He has worked as a columnist for the New York Times, hosted NOVA and is currently serving as a personal technology columnist for Yahoo Tech.
At this point, the countdown until Christmas is entering hyper-speed (if you haven’t already bought presents for your loved ones that is). And that race against time may force you to spend more on said presents thanks to elevated shipping costs and convenience fees. While that might be fine for less expensive products (like socks), you’re going to be stuck between a rock and a hard place if you’re looking to buy something more expensive (say a DSLR).
Now, if you’re like any normal American you probably don’t know what a CAPTCHA is, but… you’ve probably seen them before. A CAPTCHA (which is an acronym for Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart) is a little program that websites use to determine whether or not the thing visiting their website is a human or a robot.