Monthly Archives: July 2009

Sharing your GOOGLE VOICE # with others

Last Friday (July 24) the Google Voice team promised to start offering 50,000 sets of free calling cards for the new invitees of its phone management service, which lets users receive calls to multiple phones via one Google Voice number. … Continue reading

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Will Google be your new phone company?

An intriguing thought – could Google actually be your next  phone service provider via the Google Voice offering? An interesting blog post made by Om Malik, writer for the GigaOM blog site, suggests YES.  Read about his interview with Vincent … Continue reading

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Forgot your Google Password? Get it via text msg

Who hasn’t forgotten their password on occasion? Likely during a period of stress – the time when you may need it the most!  One of the great conveniences of Cloud Computing (www.GAFYD.net) is you are able to access your data … Continue reading

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Get a FREE Google voice phone number

A few months ago we spoke about the new Google Voice service.  This unique “cyber number” offering originates from a company (previously Grand Central)  purchased by Google in Spring 2007.  Since it’s re-release as Google Voice in March 2009, service … Continue reading

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