You’re probably blissfully unaware of the fact that Google knows way more about you than you think. Google knows what you search for, what interests you, and which places you visit in the real world. It then sells this data to advertisers and third parties with the goal of offering you information that may be helpful to you.
If you use Google as your search engine in Google Chrome, you can open a new (blank) Google Doc, Sheet or Slide by typing the following in the browser address bar:
Let the folks at “The Windows Club” walk you through the simple process of enhancing a feature in “Gmail” that will allow you to undo a sent email within 30 seconds of sending it. I don’t know how many times I have used this feature, but it is very handy and will make you think twice about the email content you send.Tech News for You
Google announced a new storage policy Wednesday governing user accounts, and while most of the resulting headlines focused of a new price tag for Google Photos, an important change went mostly overlookedRead More @ Mashable
The move appears to be part of a larger effort by Google to tamp down on — or at least make money on — the massive amount of data it stores. Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides will begin counting toward data limits, and Google will also start automatically deleting data from inactive accounts.Read More @ Mashable