Mobile phones have come a long way over the years. From heavy bricks with huge aerials, mobile phones are now small, light, sleek and carries an operating system that enables you to install apps and access the Internet. The iPhone and Android continually introduce new features in order to stay one step ahead of the other. But how are smartphones really used?
Do you need to set priorities for Windows 7 about which wireless networks to connect to, automatically? Do you need to make it stop connecting each time it detects certain networks? Do you want to modify the connection settings for a wireless network?
One thing I'm sure I don't have to tell you is that news is changing. Everything from the way information is reported down to the way it's consumed has undergone a change in recent years, and it has led to a more personalized news experience that takes place in real-time. The fact that anybody in the world can go on a network like Twitter and report news has a lot to do with this.
It seems that Facebook is actually not using cookies to track you. At least not after you log out. Users, however, should still be wary about what Facebook knows about them and what it chooses to do with this information. According to writer and hacker, Nik Cubrilovic, Facebook’s tracking cookies are not deleted when you log out of Facebook, but instead are simply altered.