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  1. Home Computing
    I received a phishing Email a few days ago that was so good it almost fooled me. It was made to look like it was from Paypal and said I had authorized a large payment. Every link in the Email was to the actual Paypal site, for things like unsubscribe, except for one to click if the authorization...
  2. Industry News
    Maybe it's a good thing, but maybe it's just something different. Hard to say. If it always seems that as soon as you search for information about Canada’s Wonderland passes, car rentals, fishing tackle and grocery delivery options… and share that info you find with your relatives and friends...
  3. Industry News
    Tracking mechanisms in emails- invisible pixels or embedded hyperlinks that detect when someone opens a message, and sometimes the location of the person opening it- are now commonly used. Some estimates claim that up to 60% of all emails sent contain some sort of tracking device. Trackers...
  4. Industry News
    Lots of email? Google is going one step further to help you manage it. The mega-company has unveiled a new gadget for its email users this week: a tool that writes artificially intelligent responses to your email messages, for you. The new ‘smart reply’ button is part of an update to the...
  5. Bell Canada Home Phone and Internet
    Hi all, Before I get on to Bell about this I thought I would ask here first. For about 2 months now the Bell e-mail server keeps asking me to reenter my password. Sometimes it can go 2-3 days without asking and then it will ask 3 times in a day. I have checked all the entries in my e-mail...
  6. Industry News
    A software bug that left a small percentage of Gmail users without access to their email for the last day or two should be fixed by the end of today according to an update on the Google Blog. The company says it released a storage software update on February 27th that introduced an unexpected...
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