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Soon, Internet Users’ Browsing History Would Be Up for Sale Legally

As an avid internet user, one thing you may be concerned about the most is your browsing history. It not only carries the address of websites you visited in the last few days or months, but it can also be used to understand your interest, preferences, shopping habits and much more. It is a vital piece of information that could be utilised to make your internet experience either organised or screw up totally. Here comes the bad news; advertisers will soon be able to peep into your internet life and try to have a bigger say in your decisions by leveraging on your browsing history they buy from your ISP. And, all of it would be done legally!

Apple Inc. (AAPL) Is Working on A Mysterious New Device

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) is working on a mysterious device that could be anything but iPhone or iPad. The latest FCC filing carries some information about an Apple-built hardware, and that is interesting to discuss and debate. However, this could only be...

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Decoding Slack Acquisition: A Move To Give Microsoft Taste Of Their Own Medicine?

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