Monthly Archives: March 2012

Regulators push for online “do not track” system

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. regulators pushed Internet companies on Monday to adopt a “Do Not Track” system that would give consumers more control over their personal data online, and asked Congress to pass privacy legislation.

Read the full story here.

Looking for Easter fun?

If you own a smartphone and are looking for something fun for Easter to put on your device check out this app.

Adorable iPhone apps for family-friendly Easter fun!

Windows 8 is coming.

Coming soon to a PC or Tablet near you!

Windows 8 has been released as an RC (release candidate) version to developers and some users to use and review to help the Windows team get things right.

Here are some links to reviews that may help you decide if you want to update or wait.



After I get a chance to play around with it for awhile I will put in my own 2 cents in a follow-up to this post.

Tech news

Here in this posting section we will start to provide some of the latest news and reviews on the hottest tech subjects around.

Lets kick it off with the March 7 debut of the iPad3:

Read here for CNETs live coverage and news on the iPad3

Deleting your Google browsing history

deleting your browsing history before March 1 when Google’s new privacy policy comes into effect will limit Google’s ability to track and record your every move online. The process is simple. Follow the steps below:

1. Go to the google homepage and sign into your account.

2. Click the dropdown menu next to your name in the upper-right hand corner of your screen.

3. Click accounts settings

4. Find the “Services section”

5. Under “Services” there is a sub-section that reads “View, enable, disable web history.” Click the link next to it that reads: “Go to Web History.”

6. Click on “Remove all Web History”

When you click on “Remove all Web History,” a message appears that says ” Web History is Paused.” What this means is that while Google will continue gathering and storing information about your web history it will make all data anonymous, that is, Google will not associate your Web History information with your online accounts and will therefore be unable to send you customized search results.

Google’s ability to gather personalized information about you by assigning data to your Gmail and YouTube accounts will remain “Paused” till you click “Resume.”