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| McAfee Launches New All-In-One Security Suite |
May 14, 2013 - 4:42 PM - by TechSocial |
Nowadays, security threats affect every consumer regardless of the operating system or device they use. With that in mind, McAfee and Intel are launching an all-in-one security software suite called LiveSafe that includes anti-virus protection, a password manager and an encrypted cloud-based storage space secured by voice and facial recognition. |
LiveSafe's goal is to keep consumers safe at all times. "No matter what you do, what you use or where you choose to connect, you're going to be safe," Gary Davis, McAfee's vice-president of global consumer marketing, said in an interview with Mashable.
LiveSafe is compatible with Windows, iOS and Android. What's more, there are no limits to the number of devices you can use LiveSafe on, so customers can use it on all their computers, tablets and smartphones. LiveSafe will cost $19.99 for a first-year subscription, and $79.99 after that.
Apart from the usual anti-virus, anti-malware and firewall protection, the suite offers a 1 GB encrypted online safety deposit box called "Personal Locker," where users can store their most sensitive documents. At the time of activation, users are required to choose a pin, send in a photo of their face and then record their voice; together, these security measures provide three layers of protection.
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| Google unifies user storage with 15GB free for Drive, GMail, and G+ Photos |
May 13, 2013 - 8:26 PM - by TechSocial |
More and more it feels like Google’s big shift for this year is going to be unifying as many of their products as possible. Next up for unification is user storage, which now allows you to share 15GB of space for free across Google products. |
If you’ve been a GMail user since the beginning, you remember the days of the constantly increasing storage limit. Google was very proud of that ticker for a long time, and it used to be that you’d see it every time you log in. It’s less common that you see that splash page lately, but it was a powerful symbol when it was first shown off. Google was constantly increasing the storage that they gave you for free, and in a time before cloud storage it was a really big deal. Nowadays you can get 5GB or more of free storage from just about everything, so the gesture isn’t quite as significant anymore. What would be a much bigger deal would be if all of your separate services could come together and allow you to use one larger pot of storage for all of those services, and that is exactly what Google is rolling out today.
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