Google’s New Feature Will Let You Delete Location And App Data Automatically

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Google admitted recently that it stores the data, web activity and location of users in its servers. This is mainly for user personalization purposes and the company said that it does not intend to mess with information and it’s always secure. But if you are still not convinced, Google has introduced a new feature that will help you delete your data automatically. Read More

iOS 12.1.2 Update Is Causing Cellular Data Problems

The recent update for iOS 12 has affected many iPhone users and they have complained on social media about the issues faced by them. Basically, the second build of iOS 12.1.2 has rendered the iPhones useless as people using it cannot send and receive messages and make calls because the cellular data no longer works. As soon these users went for the update, it literally made the iPhone a dummy. Read More

Use This App to Test The Speed Of Your iPhone Data Connection

speedtestIf you’ve ever wanted to test how your data connection fairs, you would have probably already visited SpeedTest.net a couple of times by now. For those who haven’t, you can always download the Speed Test App from the App Store for the iPhone to instantaneously test the data connection speed that you are being offered by your carrier or by the WiFi provider. Read More

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Google is First Web Company to Hit 1 Billion Users

google coolGoogle is the world’s very first web-based company to hit one billion active and unique users in a single month on its websites. According to comScore, more than one billion users actively use Gmail, YouTube, Blogger, Alerts, and more. Google has experienced an 8.4% increase compared to the previous year, and Google-owned websites are being actively used everyday. Read More

Apple Answers Questions on Location Tracking

apple questionsApple has responded to the questions asked by many of us about the location tracking done by the iPhone. According to Apple, the company has never tracked any user location and does not have any plan to do so. Apple has always valued user privacy, and it always asks the user before collecting user data including location. Apple does mention that it stores location of nearby WiFi hot-spots and stores them in a crowd-sourced database. This crowd-sourced database details are used by iAds to deliver location based contextual results. Read More