Whenever you search for something on Facebook, the service saves those queries to make it easier to find later. Although it may be helpful but at the same time, it clutters your feed. So, let’s see today how you can delete everything that you search for on Facebook.
Getting promotional emails on Gmail is quite a nuisance. And it’s quite tough to rid them by unsubscribing. Google is now making it easy by offering the ‘unsubscribe’ link at the top of header fields in such marketing emails.
Citizen Lab recently published a damning report, citing that the spyware by Hacking Team is being used by a number of oppressive regimes around the globe. The surveillance-technology company has now denied this.
So you want to brush away the memes and the jokes and the stupid updates on Facebook? This may now be possible as Facebook tests a new ‘Highlights’ feed which will contain only major updates and life events.
Apple recently dished out the iOS 7.0.2 update which, among other things, patched a security flaw in the mobile OS. Now, the company has confirmed that OS X contains a similar flaw and that a patch is coming very soon.
The online advertisement industry is evolving rapidly in a bid to sustain its growth as more and more users shift to mobile devices. Opera’s Sponsored Web Pass is a brilliant spin on this transition, offering you free mobile internet in return for watching ads.
When you walk into Starbucks, it takes you a while to figure out the WiFi, agree to certain terms and conditions and only then get internet access. Google is now readying a WiFi app that will automatically connect with free WiFi hotspots instantly.
LinkedIn has been rather slow in offering some very critical privacy options, but the company is getting there. A new feature now allows you to block other members on LinkedIn and ensure better privacy and greater control over personal data.
Last month, the internet exploded with backlash when a court shot down FCC’s Net Neutrality regulations. It seems that the lack of such regulations allows certain operators to throttle data flow, causing problems for Netflix users.
CAPTCHA has successfully warded off spam on all sorts of online sites and forums for quite some time. The verification method has been relevant for a surprisingly long time but a new algorithm may finally render it useless.
Given the sheer amount of our personal, everyday data that Facebook has, it is no wonder that the social network can even predict when a Facebook user is about to enter a relationship. The company has now revealed the behind-the-scenes science.
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