Tag Archive: Searches


Google records your voice searches — and you can hear them all

Google is incredibly accurate at understanding voice searches, which makes it super useful on mobile when you might want to find information without using your hands. But did you know that the company records every single voice search you make? What’s more, you can listen back to each and every one. Don’t believe us? Visit your “Voice & […]

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Paris or Bangkok? Holiday searches reveal a lot about iPhone and Android users

Would you rather have weekends away in Paris and Dubai or Bangkok and Koala Lumpur? According to U.K.-based hotel search tool Trivago, your answer may have a lot to do with whether you’re an iPhone or Android user. Looking through…Read more ›

Becoming Steve Jobs searches for answers in Jobs’ wilderness years

New biography Becoming Steve Jobs attempts to answer an important question: What happened to Steve Jobs during his wilderness years outside Apple that turned him from a gifted-but-impossible-to-work-with youngster into the seasoned digital emperor he would be following his return to…Read more ›

Becoming Steve Jobs searches for answers in Jobs’ wilderness years

New biography Becoming Steve Jobs attempts to answer an important question: What happened to Steve Jobs during his wilderness years outside Apple that turned him from a gifted-but-impossible-to-work-with youngster into the seasoned digital emperor he would be following his return to…Read more ›

How to Clear Recent Searches from Safari

Nearly all web browsers default to keeping a list of recent searches which are easily retrievable as part of the browser history. Safari shows this recent search list when the URL bar is clicked into with the cursor, revealing the 10 most recent web search terms or phrases. That recent search list can be convenient … Read More

Find Files with Date Specific Searches in Spotlight for Mac OS X

Being able to quickly access recent work files on a Mac is an obvious productivity booster, but what if you need to find files created or modified on a very specific date? There are a few ways to do this, but one of the fastest tricks is using date search operators in the Spotlight search … Read More

Include Mac System Files in OS X Searches with a Simple Adjustment

Need to find a system file or several, but you aren’t entirely sure the directory path of where that system item is located? Maybe you’re looking for a plist file and you aren’t sure if it’s in the user Library folder, or the System Library folder? Rather than digging about in the variety of / … Read More

Chrome For iOS Is Sharing The Sordid Searches You Make In Incognito Mode

Chrome-incognitoLet’s not beat around the bush; the incognito mode built into Google Chrome for iOS is used for one thing, and that’s browsing websites that you wouldn’t want others to know you were browsing. But you should stop it — right now. It appears that the latest release added a nasty bug that causes all […]

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Phlo For iOS Searches Across Multiple Sites

phloPhlo is a handy little Universal iOS app which lets you search a bunch of different search engines simultaneously. Just tap in your search term and then hop between various sites using the popover sidebar list. The iOS version of Phlo is the offspring of the OS X version, and your searches can be synced […]

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Apple Workers File Lawsuit For Losing Wages During Bag Searches

Some Mac users felt AppleFormer Apple Store employees from New York and Los Angeles filed a complaint to the San Francisco federal court that claims Apple’s workers are being shorted around $1,500 a year in unpaid wages while they wait in line for 30 minutes to have their bags searched. The class action suit claims that Apple’s “personal package […]

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