Samsung decided to play it safe this year with the Galaxy S7 by sticking with a similar metal and glass design as 2015’s Galaxy S6 and make only iterative updates to phone while also bringing back features that were last seen on the Galaxy S5 with the waterproof design and the microSD card slot. 1,385 more words
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Keeping your online activity and data private may be a big thing to you, and perhaps with good reason. You don’t need to be doing something illegal to want to hide it online these days, and with companies seemingly determined to track our every move online, keeping as much data encrypted as possible is one way to keep control. 261 more words
For the second year in a row Google has put out a security report, detailing how Android performed in terms of vulnerabilities and patches in 2015. 276 more words
Updated information on Google for Education’s trust page. Worth reading through again.
Advertisers typically pay publishers and social celebrities for branded video or advertorial campaigns based on how many people see that branded content. And Facebook can be a super-easy way to get that content in front of a lot of people, especially if a publisher or celebrity can post that paid-for content to their own Facebook page for free distribution and maximum profit. 626 more words
If you read the Notice and Takedown in Everyday Practice “study” that was at the center of the controversy over the attack on the Copyright Office comment page on regulations.gov, you’ll greatly appreciate the irony in this clear and concise acknowledgement (at p. 292 more words