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Apple stopped using Samsung displays in iPhones several generations ago AFAIK. I think the 4 was perhaps the last one that used 'em.
Perhaps that's why you can't find this stuff for yourself, You try to rely on DuckDuckGo.I've found DDG is okay for general searches but it's not nearly as comprehensive, granular or detailed as Google Search in my experience. I'm often questioned by you and others as to how I always seem to find the answers I do, and so quickly. Without Google Search I don't think I could.
There surely is.http://forums.appleinsider.com/t/183495/google-launches-first-64-bit-chrome-web-browser-for-os-x/40#post_2642068http://forums.appleinsider.com/t/183495/google-launches-first-64-bit-chrome-web-browser-for-os-x/40#post_2642095If you'd try a better search engine like Google Search you could probably find this stuff without my help.
http://www.technologyreview.com/news/509471/amazon-woos-advertisers-with-what-it-knows-about-consumers/
...or know the proper way to do a search which some days and some topics seems to be a rarity around here.
if you already knew why didn't you bother to tell anyone else here about that particular Google page? Many, in fact most here may have no idea that page exists.I also doubt that Google continued tracking you anyway, delivering targeted ads on behalf of advertisers, after you specifically opted out of their services. Your claim has a pretty rank FUDdy smell to it. That would raise the FTC's hackles faster than the Safari cookie caper did, and it darn sure wouldn't result in...
It's so very simple. Google gives you this page as a one-stop destination for your account history and settings. Included is an easy opt-out of all ad targeting and/or deletion of all information Google might connect with you. Google is pretty transparent with what they collect and what they think they know about you and give you a whole lotta tools to control it. It ain't all that hard.https://www.google.com/settings/accounthistoryDarn thing is I can't find the same...
Apple says, and I quote:"no viruses that can attack OS X have so far been detected 'in the wild', i.e. in anything other than laboratory conditions". So Apple is lying then. Gotcha Apple enthusiast..
Of course.https://www.nsslabs.com/sites/default/files/public-report/files/Browser%20Security%20Comparative%20Analysis%20-%20Socially%20Engineered%20Malware.pdfIt's pretty much in line with this one from the previous year.https://www.nsslabs.com/sites/default/files/public-report/files/CAR%20Browser%20Socially%20Engineered%20Malware.pdf
As soon as you claimed there are Mac viruses, whether from Chrome or not, I knew you were "embellishing" to put it kindly.
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