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  1. Worked for me...... http://globalnews.ca/news/2806945/heres-how-to-delete-your-most-embarrassing-searches-from-googles-memory/ -Also search how to clear your Temp folders, even the hidden ones, and delete previous version folders to wipe browsing data from your hard drive!
  2. Apple and Google say they have developed fixes to mitigate the newly uncovered "Freak" security flaw affecting mobile devices and Mac computers. Initially thought to be immune, Microsoft released an advisory which warned hundreds of millions of Windows PC users are also vulnerable to the security vulnerability. The weakness in web encryption technology could enable attackers to spy on communications of users of Apple's Safari browser and Google's Android browser, according to researchers who uncovered the flaw. The vulnerability could allow attacks on Microsoft PCs that connect with servers configured to use encryption technology intentionally weakened to comply with US government regulations banning exports of the strongest encryption. Apple spokesman Ryan James said the computer company had developed a software update to remediate the vulnerability, which would be pushed out next week. Google spokeswoman Liz Markman said the company had also developed a patch, which it has provided to partners. She declined to say when users could expect to receive those upgrades. Google typically does not directly push out Android software updates. Instead they are handled by device makers and mobile carriers. Microsoft advised system administrators to employ a workaround to disable settings on Windows servers that allow use of the weaker encryption. It said it was investigating the threat and had not yet developed a security update that would automatically protect Windows PC users from the threat. "Upon completion of this investigation, Microsoft will take the appropriate action to help protect customers," it said.Apple and Google say they have developed fixes to mitigate the newly uncovered "Freak" security flaw affecting mobile devices and Mac computers. Initially thought to be immune, Microsoft released an advisory which warned hundreds of millions of Windows PC users are also vulnerable to the security vulnerability. The weakness in web encryption technology could enable attackers to spy on communications of users of Apple's Safari browser and Google's Android browser, according to researchers who uncovered the flaw. The vulnerability could allow attacks on Microsoft PCs that connect with servers configured to use encryption technology intentionally weakened to comply with US government regulations banning exports of the strongest encryption. Apple spokesman Ryan James said the computer company had developed a software update to remediate the vulnerability, which would be pushed out next week. Google spokeswoman Liz Markman said the company had also developed a patch, which it has provided to partners. She declined to say when users could expect to receive those upgrades. Google typically does not directly push out Android software updates. Instead they are handled by device makers and mobile carriers. Microsoft advised system administrators to employ a workaround to disable settings on Windows servers that allow use of the weaker encryption. It said it was investigating the threat and had not yet developed a security update that would automatically protect Windows PC users from the threat. "Upon completion of this investigation, Microsoft will take the appropriate action to help protect customers," it said.
  3. Chromebooks, the laptops that run Google's minimalist Internet-centric ChromeOS, are coming to Philippine shores with the upcoming launch of two models. Google said the Chromebooks should help people get things done faster and easier with ChromeOS' security and cloud storage - and of course, integration with Google services."Soon Filipinos can experience the speed, simplicity and security of Chromebooks with the official launch of the Acer C720 and the Acer C720P," it said. The C720 is an everyday computer with an 11.6-inch display, long battery life and weighing just 1.2kg.On the other hand, the Acer C720P has a widescreen touchscreen, "perfect for watching your favorite episodes of 'Bubble Gang' or concerts you missed."The latest Chromebooks may soon be available from SMART and Acer stores, Google said.
  4. Google Translate now has Cebuano, chatting with the GF tonight i must of said something she didn't like and the mother tongue takes over, and low and behold Google offered up Cebuano after the Tagalog translation was almost totally hopeless as per usual, unfortunately she still didn't make much sense. http://translate.google.com/?sl=tl#ceb/en/
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