Review your entire Google life on this handy new page

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Using Google’s many services — Search, YouTube, Gmail, Maps, etc — leaves behind a lot of information about your daily activities. In June 2015, Google launched a “My Account” dashboard, which lets you control the privacy aspects of the various Google services you use, but to actually see your history, you had to go to several different places. 

Not anymore. Google has launched a My Activity page, which gives you a detailed overview of everything you’ve done on Google, ever (provided you haven’t explicitly forbid Google to accumulate this data). 

More about My Activity, Ad Tracking, Ads, Privacy, and Google


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Review: HP Elite x2 is a combo tablet for the enterprise

One of the latest device types to hit the market is the 2-in-1 — a tablet that, with the addition of a keyboard, becomes a full-fledged computer. This isn’t a new idea — there have been Bluetooth keyboards available for tablets practically ever since “tablet” became a tech term. And there have been tablets that came with attachable keyboards as well. But now it looks like the category has matured to the point that the 2-in-1 is seen as a possible computer substitute, especially for people who travel and use their systems to make presentations..

HP’s recent contribution to this market is its HP Elite x2, which is available for a retail price of $ 855 (Amazon priceWhat’s this?). What sets the Elite x2 aside from some its competitors — such as Microsoft’s Surface Pro, Apple’s iPad Pro and Samsung’s Galaxy TabPro S — is that it is aimed squarely at the enterprise user. HP is pushing not only the Elite x2’s usability, but also its security and its ability to be repaired by in-house IT departments.

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