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You Can Now Download Your Google Search History

04/20/2015, Google has allowed people to view their entire search history but it appears that now its allowing them to download it as well. The feature has been added to Google accounts and users can download a copy of all of their past searches. This feature was...

Google To Make Change To Its Mobile Search Algorithm Tomorrow

04/20/2015, It has been estimated that about 60% of online traffic comes from mobile devices and apparently because of this, Google wants to ensure that websites that you stumble upon using its search engine has been properly optimized for mobile devices. This is why...

Google Cleans Up URL Presentation On Mobile Devices

04/16/2015, If you’ve tried to search on Google using your phone, the results will sometimes display the URL of the website, but given that our mobile devices have smaller screens compared to our desktops, the URLs are sometimes cut off so you don’t really get to...

Instagram Overhauls Its Community Guidelines

04/16/2015, Instagram has been under social scrutiny for apparently “biased” guidelines towards nudity. Taking a good lesson from all the blows, the app has finally overhauled its Community Guidelines and now voices strong opinion towards harassment and...

You Can Search Data Leaked In Sony Pictures Hack On WikiLeaks

04/16/2015, Late last year Sony Pictures Entertainment was hit with a devastating cyberattack. A group calling itself Guardians of Peace leaked data stolen from the company’s servers, this included emails from top executives, Hollywood hotshots and even...

Twitter Brings Star Wars Emoji

04/16/2015, Star Wars fans who use Twitter have something amazing to look forward to today. The microblogging network just announced that it’s bringing Star Wars emoji to the service. It has taken this step in anticipation of the theatrical release of Star...

Netflix Streaming To Get More Secure In 2016

04/16/2015, In his quarterly letter to shareholders Netflix CEO Reed Hastings revealed that the company is going to make Netflix a lot safer in 2016. It’s going to “evolve” from using HTTP to using Secure HTTP also commonly known as HTTPS while...

Some YouTube Music Key Subscribers Are Finding Themselves Locked Out

04/15/2015, Last year Google announced YouTube Music Key which is basically a paid subscription version of YouTube in which users can watch ad-free music videos on YouTube and save them for offline viewing. For the music lover this sounds like a pretty awesome deal,...

Can’t Find Your Phone? Google It!

04/15/2015, Our reliance on the internet for answers these days is so great that whenever we’re unsure about something, we whip out our phones or tablets and search for an answer. So what happens when you’ve lost your phone, does Google have the answer for you?...

Internal Memo Shows Google’s Response To EU Antitrust Charges

04/14/2015, Earlier today we reported that the EU was in the process of formally charging Google with antitrust violations. Google has yet to issue an official response given that the charges have yet to be formally made, but the folks at Re/code have managed to get...

Google Rolls Out Chrome Version 42 For Windows, OS X And Linux Users

04/14/2015, Google has rolled out the latest version of Chrome, the version 42 for Windows, OS X and Linux users. The latest update will be automatically recognized by the browser, or users can also download it manually via Google, and Linux users need to install the...

Netflix Launches Audio Description For The Visually Impaired

04/14/2015, Netflix announced today that it has added a new feature to its online video streaming service that’s meant for the visually impaired. It already providers users with a number of accessibility options and now its expanding those with the addition of...