Round-up: One in and possibly one out at QPR, Phillips urged to stay, Pedro and Ream sign

first_imgIt’s been another busy day at QPR, who have finalised the signing of keeper Alex Smithies but could lose Rob Green. Smithies, 25, completed his move from Huddersfield Town to Loftus Road, where Rangers hoped he would compete with Green.However, having made an enquiry about Green’s availability, West Ham are looking to tie up a deal in time for him to be available for their game against Bournemouth this weekend.Meanwhile, former QPR player and manager Ian Holloway has urged Matt Phillips to stay at the club.Matt Phillips should stay at QPR, according to Ian HollowayCurrent boss Chris Ramsey believes his team are heading in the right direction following their fine win at Wolves – his next target is for Rangers to tighten up at the back.Co-chairman Tony Fernandes and several players posted jubilant messages on Twitter following the win at Molineux.Fulham, on the other hand, were beaten at Hull and manager Kit Symons fears Marcus Bettinelli could face a long spell on the sidelines after the keeper suffered a nasty-looking knee injury.Ream has completed his move to Craven CottageOn a brighter note for the Whites, they have formally completed the signing of United States defender Tim Ream from Bolton – he rejected a move to QPR, who also had an offer for him accepted.Andre Gray has also rejected a move – to Bristol City. The Brentford striker held talks with the Robins but appears to be holding out for a move to Hull.Pedro stalled over a move to Manchester United because he was holding out for a move to Chelsea. The Blues today completed the Spain forward’s £21m transfer from Barcelona.And in rugby union, Harlequins have named Danny Care as their new captain, replacing Joe Marler.Click here for our QPR player ratings v WolvesClick here for video highlights of Rangers’ win at MolineuxClick here for Fulham player ratings v HullClick here for details about #StanBowlesDayFollow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

How To Enable 2-Factor Verification On Gmail (And Avoid Getting Hacked)

first_imgYou want to click on Account, which will open up a new tab on your browser, your Google Account page. From here, you want to navigate to Security located on the far left side.  Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Clicking the Security tab will reveal a few options, the most important being “2-step verification.” You want to click the “Edit” button and once you do, Google will ask you to sign in again before allowing you to make the security change. Once you have signed in a second time, Google will ask you for your phone number. You can choose to add additional devices and phone numbers as you see fit. fruzsina eordogh Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting While many folks might hesitate giving their phone number to Google, the other possible option, having your “entire digital life …destroyed” (as Honan so succinctly put it), isn’t too appealing.  center_img Related Posts A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market An easy tip for Gmail users on how to avoiding getting hacked: two-factor verification.  If there is one lesson to be learned from Wired writer Mat Honan’s “epic” hacking last week – a hack that wiped years of digital memories including emails and photos of his daughter – it’s the importance of Gmail’s two-factor verification security feature.“Had I used two-factor authentication for my Google account, it’s possible that none of this would have happened,” wrote Honan, who went on to say if he had used the security feature the hack would have stopped during the hacker’s “recon mission” leading up to the multi-device attack.Google’s two-factor verification, which the company began offering last February,  is easy to set up and just requires a phone capable of receiving text messages. When you try to log into your computer from a different location than the one you set up, like a coffeeshop or airport, Google ask you for a verification code before it lets you proceeds to your inbox. It will text you a code to enter, alongside your password, to make sure it is really you.   Setting up the security feature can be done through a variety of options (like this one, or this one), but an easy way is to go to the menu options on the top right of your Google Account page screen when signed into Gmail. Click the downward facing arrow on the far right of your Google+ picture, and a small menu will pop out like so: Tags:#tips#web last_img read more