Chances are that you keep on writing your name/designation/contact information in almost every Email you send (At least, I did before I utilized the signature setup). The ability to add a signature in Gmail is a vital feature. It ensures that you do not forget to include your designation (or contact number) or other important details at the end of an email you compose.

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Tired of pinning Articles/Images? Maybe the user interface isn’t compelling enough to keep adding pins forever. Whatever the reason be – you do want to know how to delete Pinterest account and you have come to the right place to look more on it. Read full post →How To Delete Your Pinterest Account

It was first reported a year ago that Facebook enabled advertisers to decide who would see their ads based on “ethnic affinity.” Facebook doesn’t ask its users to dislose their racial identity but it does collect data and assigns preferences for content that is likely to appeal to people within an ethnic group. Facebook then offered advertisers the choice to target those users or avoid them altogether based on that “ethnic identity.” Facebook said back then that it would not allow ethnic affinity ads for housing and jobs on its platform again but a new report reveals that it’s still possible to run such ads.
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Eric Schmidt, the executive chairman of Google’s parent company Alphabet, recently suggested that Google may downrank results from media outlets funded by the government such as Russia-based RT and Sputnik. That statement appears to have irked the Russians. Roskomnadzor, the country’s communications agency, has reportedly reached out to Google for a clarification of Schmidt’s statement. It hopes that the response will be satisfactory so that it doesn’t have to use “more serious” retaliatory measures.
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There have been whispers on the street recently that Apple might be working on the next-generation iPhone SE. A new report today claims that Apple is going to release the iPhone SE 2 in the first half of next year. The company has obviously said nothing about this so far so nothing is set in stone just yet. There hasn’t even been a hint from Apple to suggest that there’s a new iPhone SE in the pipeline.
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Samsung launched an Android 8.0 Oreo beta program for the Galaxy S8 several weeks ago. Users in select markets who have received a spot on the program can try out the beta firmware before Oreo is released for the flagship smartphone. Samsung has released two beta firmware for the Galaxy S8 so far and it appears that the Android 8.0 Oreo beta 3 may be released soon for the Galaxy S8.
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Intel’s Management Engine feature has been concern for many security researchers who feel that this remote administration feature is a ripe target for attackers. While the feature is certainly useful for IT managers, it does require deep system access which makes it a hard to resist target for attackers. If the Management Engine is compromised, it could give attackers complete control of the system. After several research groups discovered bugs in the feature, Intel sent out a security advisory confirming that vulnerabilities exist in the Management Engine.
Read full post →Intel Chip Vulnerability Left Countless PCs Exposed

It appears that quite a lot of OnePlus fans were waiting for the company’s new flagship smartphone to go on sale. It started selling the OnePlus 5T yesterday and the company has now said that the OnePlus 5T has become its fastest-selling smartphone ever. OnePlus has actually claimed that its new device broke previous launch day sales records.
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Samsung is due to launch its new flagship smartphone in a few months. We’ve already started hearing rumors and predictions about the Galaxy S9. The latest suggests that the Galaxy S9 design changes will not be significant. The upcoming handset is expected to be an incremental upgrade compared to its predecessor, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing, since the Galaxy S8 has a pretty good design.
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Costa Rica is one of the few countries that’s winning clean energy accolades for adopting renewable energy in a significant manner. It has revealed that so far this year, the entire country has been run on 100 percent power generation from renewable sources for 300 days. The confirmation comes from the Costa Rican Institute of Electricity which cites figures from the National Center for Energy Control.
Read full post →Costa Rica Has Run The Entire Country On Renewable Energy For 300 Days