Saturday, September 15, 2012

How Facebook Can Track Your Web Browser History

Facebook is a little bit public and nobody knows of what is going on as we use our accounts, right? Even a privacy settings cannot guarantee anything for our safety because as a simple user, they have the right to keep track of what we are doing through a background services. There are hundreds and even thousands of web browsing safety tips but each of it is just a conventional stuff to consider nowadays. Issues and rumors about their controversial cookies can really make our private activity available on their servers even far from our computers.

Facebook Web Browsing History

Furthermore, tracking of online activities is very common for Windows, Macintosh, Android, iOS, as well in every handheld devices. Browsers are giving us a chance to look back from what we are visiting and that maybe the reason why we are also sharing our resources with them. Tracking an IP address is quite easy for some websites to return even our computer names back on their servers.

Private browsing in Facebook becomes a serious issue because according to our source, they are sending us a "datr" cookie which can really invoke some of our private details. We can hardly believe it before because we are ignorance of this file added to any browsing history folders in any computers. But when someone revealed a few exceptions in Windows firewall, it is clear that they are really hiding something that can expose our activity.

We cannot share that few tips on how to configure your computers just to avoid sending your details on their servers. That cookie is responsible in making our web browsing history as well activities in our computers. Machines can be tracked by any other of these way of returning our hidden information back to our every requests of page.

Hope this issue could reached the attention of law makers that can disallow Facebook to track our activities aside from their own website. There is no safe browser and we cannot totally say that Google Chrome, Safari, Internet Explorer, and Mozilla Firefox can answer some of our concerns.

What is Your Expectation from iPhone 5?

Few days ago, Apple made iPhone 5 official, right? However, few folks continue to brought out the most extensive part of the handset after handling the first version at the most anticipated event of the company, the announcement of the newest blockbuster phone. For most of us who doesn't failed to carry out the statement of their CEO's, the promising features leaved us a lot of question to keep up. And as we all know, the new LTE-enabled smartphone is the answer of Apple to keep the competition going with the other brands. Samsung, Nokia, and LG find their way to reached before them and now, their confident to bump with a much wider iPhone is here with a promising speed.

Others doesn't know the capability and even a small feature of an LTE-enabled phone. But Apple able to hold this feature for awhile and let their competitor take advantage of informing the users of what we can get from it, right? Predictions from other writers says a very limited details about their plan to bring their own LTE-powered one. That is already obvious for them to keep their silence and surprise everyone by announcing the 6th generation of their iPhone.


For those who doesn't know about an LTE-enabled handset, it is the newest technology embraced by most of cellphone manufacturer, the easiest way to transmit our data from telecommunication tower to any handheld gadgets. The newest generation of transferring our messages, the latest network advancement that can really change the way we use our smartphone in the future.

iPhone 4S gave us the chance to make use of a 4G network. But now, they seems compromised again because of another network technology missed by the pioneering version users. Last Friday, September 14, 2012, pre-order started to knock in our pockets. And guess what, the stock market share of Apple started to increase just like of what happened as they introduced a single product from their company.

It means, people continue to embrace and patronize the capabilities and features of an Apple-made handset. Placement of orders on their online stores started to get live earlier were every available models was reportedly sold immediately. The question is, what do we need to expect from iPhone 5 aside from having a powerful brand? Tips as well additional details are now available in the official website of the company aside from catching everything on its inlay card as you received your order.

Join us as we continue to follow the other important notice in the sales of iPhone 5. A much cheaper price might fall on December of this year or as Black Friday and Cyber Monday kickoff few months from now.

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Verizon will Offer Samsung Galaxy Stellar for $50 Only

This Thursday, September 6, 2012, Verizon Wireless Communications is now the official outlet for Samsung Galaxy Stellar. They are about to feature this model and will be added to the list of its predecessors hovering in any branch of the network provider all across the United States. Availability of the 4-inch smartphone was totally exclusive on them but buyers from other country can choose an open line version in any recognized stores of Samsung. The 4G LTE-enabled handset is one of those anticipated model to arrived in Northern part of America this month and recently, they publicly announce their plans coupled with a few promotional stuff.

Samsung Galaxy Stellar in Verizon

Samsung Galaxy Stellar is powered by 1.2GHz dual-core Snapdragon CPU with MicroSD support expandable to a maximum of 32GB storage. Consumer can choose from either Starter or Standard Mode for its multiple interface features. That includes a simplified environment to a more advance settings that can change the way we use the handset.

Furthermore, it has a promising speed for its 4G connectivity along with Samsung Approved For Enterprise (SAFE) features for Microsoft Exchange support. According to our source, it is also equipped with a strong security app for a maximum performance in terms of any possible vulnerable issue. It is designed with Virtual Private Network (VPN) as well a Mobile Device Management (MDM) for other additional advance settings and connectivity.

And before we can forget, it is also powered by Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich mobile operating system with full support from Google Mobile Services and free downloadable apps from Google Play. It has a 3.2-megapixel rear-facing camera (with auto-focus) and 1.3-megapixel rear. Encryption in connectivity has been optimized higher than a standard level.

Pricing will start at around $50.00 with two-year binding contract. Plan details are also available in the official website of Verizon for additional info.