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Friday, November 18, 2016

Google Docs, Sheets, Slides and Forms now let you create custom templates | TechCrunch

Google Docs, Sheets, Slides and Forms now let you create custom templates | TechCrunch

False, Misleading, Clickbait-y, and Satirical “News” Sources - Google Docs

False, Misleading, Clickbait-y, and Satirical “News” Sources - Google Docs

Teardowns Confirm 13-Inch and 15-Inch Touch Bar MacBook Pros Have Non-Removable SSDs - Mac Rumors

Teardowns Confirm 13-Inch and 15-Inch Touch Bar MacBook Pros Have Non-Removable SSDs - Mac Rumors

Living Computers - Home

Living Computers - Home

Video Tour: Inside Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen's newly expanded Living Computers Museum + Labs - GeekWire

Video Tour: Inside Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen's newly expanded Living Computers Museum + Labs - GeekWire

Office Depot allegedly running in-store tech support scams – Naked Security

Office Depot allegedly running in-store tech support scams – Naked Security

Did you hear a click? - YouTube

Did you hear a click? - YouTube

Apple automatically uploading iPhone call logs to iCloud, forensics firm says | love wordpress

Apple automatically uploading iPhone call logs to iCloud, forensics firm says | love wordpress

Turn an iPad-Made Movie Into a DVD - The New York Times

Turn an iPad-Made Movie Into a DVD - The New York Times

Friday, November 11, 2016

Brave Software | Building a Better Web - The Brave Browser

Brave Software | Building a Better Web

CHROME

Chrome has hit two billion installs. "In April this year, Google came out with a blogpost where it had revealed that Chrome had crossed 1 billion monthly mobile users. Besides this, the post had also informed that 771 billion pages load each month, which is pretty much same the number of pages in over 821 million dictionaries."


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Monday, November 7, 2016

Atlas Informatics

Atlas Informatics

A new search engine promises to help you find everything you’ve ever looked at on your computer.
“Our brains often forget where we saw something among the countless
tabs and documents on our computers each day. To make it easier to find
things, Seattle-based Atlas Informatics launched Atlas Recall, which
lets you search for anything you’ve ever looked at on your computer.
Atlas Informatics founder and CEO Jordan Ritter calls the software ‘a
photographic memory for your digital life.’ In a demonstration to
CNNMoney, that proved to be a fairly accurate assessment.” This looks like a privacy nightmare as the data is saved on Atlas Informatics’ computers.

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