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You Can Now Wipe Your Location and Web History in Google

If you’re still worried about the companies eyeballing your online activity, then you will be relieved to hear that Google plans on rolling out a new feature which allows you to delete, well, everything. On the agenda since May, Google’s auto-delete option is just what the doctor ordered in terms …

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Google Steps Up G-Suite Security with New Tools

Still worried about your business email being hacked? Well, worry no more, because Google has recently released a couple of security updates for its G-Suite Enterprise and G-Suite Enterprise for Education products. According to the company’s statement, G Suite administrators will be able to bypass the usual security measure using …

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Buggy Evernote Extension Exposes Millions of Users

Well, it appears that 2019 has been officially nominated as the hacking year. This time is our lovable and handy Evernote or, as I like to call it, the best thing that ever happened to the taking down notes business. Earlier this week, a company spokesperson revealed that due to …

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G-Suite to Receive a ‘Business Incognito Mode’ in June

Great news for business owners who firmly believe in the motto: “what happens on the work computer, should stay on the work computer.” In a recent blog post, Google announced that G-Suite would receive a confidential mode. The update will be rolled out in early June. Why would you need …

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Huawei Strikes Back – Proprietary OS to Roll Out in Late 2019

The entire world held its breath after President Trump signed the executive order, banning China from using US technology. Many thought that this would lead to the company’s downfall, but it would seem that Huawei’s alive and kicking. More than that, according to a recent press statement, the Shenzhen-based telecom …

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Google Announces Bug Fix for Stored Plain-Text Passwords Issue

Earlier this week, Google wrote in its Cloud blog that a zero-day vulnerability had been identified and fix. The issue, which dates back to Gmail Suite’s 2005, would store plain-text passwords on a server that could have been easily targeted by hackers. Why would Google store plain-text passwords? In or …

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Google’s Hidden Feature Keeps Tabs on Your Online Shopping List

Earlier this week, an influential tech publication revealed that Google has been keeping tracks of users’ personal purchases via a hidden tool. According to Google, the tool was meant to provide Gmail users with a history of past purchases and receipt from G-store. A company representative added that the collected …

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