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Using 2FA on Google? You Will Be Soon

Do you use two-factor authentication (2FA) on your Google account? If you aren’t, you will be soon, because Google is going to turn it on by default on 150 million more accounts by the end of 2021.

Epic Games Store Finally Getting Achievements

In the battle between Epic Games and Steam, Epic is finally adding a feature that brings it closer to Valve’s offering—the Epic Games Store is getting achievements. So now, the company will adequately reward the cool stuff …

Google Drive Is Getting Labels for Your Files

Google Drive is already a fantastic cloud storage service. It’s about to get better because Google is adding a new feature that’ll let you put labels on your files. With this feature, you’ll be able to keep your stuff organiz…

YouTube TV Won’t Lose NBC Channels After All

Google’s YouTube TV and NBCUniversal have spent the last few weeks going back and forth over whether NBC channels would remain on YouTube TV. The two companies have managed to sign a deal that allows the streaming cable servi…

Windows 11’s App Store Will Actually Be Useful

Windows 10 is a great operating system, but its store is incredibly limiting. That looks to be changing in Windows 11, as Microsoft is letting more types of apps on the Microsoft Store. That means you’ll find the things you w…

YouTube TV Is Keeping NBC Channels… For Now

Google recently announced that YouTube TV might lose NBC channels because of a dispute over rates with NBCUniversal. Thankfully, the two companies have agreed that they’ll keep the channels on the service, but it’s only tempo…

Google Is Bing’s Most Popular Search Term

Google is the undisputed leader in terms of search. The brand has become synonymous with searching on the web, and as it turns out, Google says it has evidence that the most people the thing people search for on Bing, its big…
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