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iOS 10.2 Has an 'Ethernet' Entry in the Settings App for iPhone & iPad
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This includes the IP address, subnet mask, router address, DNS, search domains, client ID, and of course, the usual settings pertaining to manual DHCP, static IP and more. cydia-8 RelatedPurchases Are Now Enabled In New Cydia 1.1.28 Update ...

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China Digital Times

Google DNS Poisoning Follows Brief Unblocking
China Digital Times
On March 29, all of Google search domains are DNS poisoned. Google has been blocked in China since last year but the block was only IP block. At the time of the writing, the DNS poisoning against all google search domains are still effective. More ...

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Google's Advanced Job Search Tool 'Google for Jobs' Goes Live In the United States
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Looking for a new job is not a cakewalk, but with all the new online tools, the search has become simpler. Making it even easier, Google has come up with a new tool that lets you find relevant jobs. The new tool is going live today, in the United ...
Cloud Job Discovery | Job Search API | Google Cloud PlatformGoogle Cloud Platform
Connecting more Americans with jobs - Google BlogGoogle Blog
Official Google Webmaster Central Blog: Connect to job seekers with Google SearchGoogle Webmaster Blog
Google Developers -YouTube
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Android Central

How to set up a VPN on Android
Android Central
Be sure to read any documentation from your VPN company if you need help deciding which connection type to use. Server address: You'll need to enter the server address provided by your VPN company here. DNS settings: DNS search domains and DNS servers ...

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The Verge

Google will apply the 'right to be forgotten' to all EU searches next week
The Verge
"Starting next week, in addition to our existing practice, we will also use geolocation signals (like IP addresses) to restrict access to the delisted URL on all Google Search domains, including google.com, when accessed from the country of the person ...
Google extends right-to-be-forgotten rules to all search sitesArs Technica
Adapting our approach to the European right to be forgotten - The KeywordThe Keyword
Google is letting celebrities and businesses post directly to search resultsThe Verge
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MarketWatch

Someone paid $12 for the Google.com domain. Here's how Google got it back
MarketWatch
Remember the guy who paid $12 to buy the domain Google.com last year? Alphabet's Google GOOG, -0.19% just revealed how much it paid to get it back: $12,012.26. Babson College MBA candidate and former Google employee Sanmay Ved purchased the domain in ...
Google Online Security Blog: Google Security Rewards - 2015 Year in ReviewGoogle Security Blog
Google rewarded the guy who bought Google.com, and he donated it all to charityBusiness Insider
How I Ended Up Purchasing & Owning Google.com via Google DomainsLinkedIn Today

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French court refers Google privacy case to ECJ
POLITICO.eu
On Wednesday, France's Conseil d'État, the country's highest administrative court, said it asked the European Court of Justice to determine whether search engines such as Google and Microsoft's Bing must apply the “right to be forgotten” decision to ...

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MTV.com

A Guy Bought Google.com For $12 -- Here's How Much He Sold It For
MTV.com
Google.com, the internet's favorite search engine, gets over 7 billion page views per day. Plus, the domain brings in an estimated $8 billion dollars in income. That's one powerful URL, guys. On Sept. 29, the Google.com domain became available for ...

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ZDNet

Google extends block on 'right to be forgotten' search results
ZDNet
Links delisted under 'right to be forgotten' rules will not be visible from the applicant's country using any of Google's search domains. Image: Google. Google will soon close a loophole that allowed Europeans to view results it had already agreed to ...
Google Will Further Block Some European Search ResultsNew York Times

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Fudzilla (blog)

"Right to be forgotten" now applies to all of Google's domains
Fudzilla (blog)
As of last Friday, however, the court ruling now extends to all of Google's search domains, including Google.com. On the surface, it would seem that Google is now allowing any individual the right to remove “inadequate” or “irrelevant” search results ...

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