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Verizon will allow users to opt out of supercookies
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Verizon will allow users to opt out of supercookies

Verizon Wireless has decided to allow its customers to completely opt-out of its controversial super-cookie tracking program, that monitor customer habits on their smartphones and tablets. The US mobile telco started injecting unique identifying headers (UIDHs) in 2012, to every HTTP request that users made to websites via the Verizon network. By …

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Dell launches new Ubuntu workstation laptop Precision M3800
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Dell launches new Ubuntu workstation laptop Precision M3800

Dell has become the first major computer manufacturer to offer Linux as a pre-installed option on their slate of machines. From last eight years, Dell is continuing to bolster the Linux platform. The company recently announced, that it will be bringing Ubuntu 14.04 to its high end Precision M3800 workstation and the …

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Google Is Giving Away Google Earth Pro For Free!
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Google Is Giving Away Google Earth Pro For Free

Google Earth is pretty cool. But if you haven’t used it, then you might want to give it a shot. Google Earth can be pretty time consuming, looking how many amazing thing you will find perusing a virtual globe on your PC. It is even better than Google Maps which is an atlas, means a collection of …

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Geek Fuel Has Been Unleashed: Puts Sub-Box Competitors On Notice

The competitive geeky sub-box industry has met their greatest opponent with Geek Fuel As of November 2014, Geek Fuel was nothing more than an idea. An idea which upon entered into the crowdfunding website, Kickstarter, to gauge the interest in a market filled with great ideas ended up significantly exceeded expectations. …

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