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Google Recent is now here, allowing you to check older searches or flick them away

Slide out the navigation drawer to the Google app on your Android phone and the top choice on top should be the new Recent tab. You can go back (with an assist from the timeline on the bottom if needed) and find old search topics you looked for using Google. You can even compare search results side by side if necessary. And if you want to delete a Recent search result, simply swipe up and

Super Mario Run for iOS gets new playable characters, tons of new content

Nintendo pledged to bring its Super Mario Run game to Android in March, and the Japanese company has delivered on that promise. The game is now available for download via Google Play Store, and you’ll be able to play the first three stages for free. In the meantime, the iOS version got a consistent update that brings lots new game features and improvements. Super Mario Run 2.0.0 comes with new playable characters, new buildings, and

PRODUCT(RED) Apple iPhone 7 and Apple iPhone 7 Plus registrations in China greatly surpass available units

In China, supply and demand for the PRODUCT(RED) Apple iPhone 7 and Apple iPhone 7 Plus is way out of balance. Earlier today, we told you that Apple had produced 73,410 units of the gorgeous looking handsets for the Chinese market. Tonight, we have learned the other part of the equation. Chinese online mall JD.com’s website reveals that it has more than 337,000 registrations for the launch of the (RED) iPhone models. These are not

Lawmakers could start killing the FCC rules that protect your privacy tonight

According to a report in Recode, lawmakers in the Senate could act tonight to tear down privacy rules instituted by the Federal Communications Commission under President Obama. The rules in question force internet service providers to gain customers’ permission before selling their data to third parties. ISPs have described those rules as burdensome and unnecessary; the FCC at the time said they were vital to protecting consumers’ data. But under the new Chairman, Ajit Pai, the

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