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Want Google to erase your data? Just wait for it to kill off one of its apps

Ad giant bumps off Bump, socks Flock with rock, pours photos down drain

как се уголемява члена Google will this month kill off its file-transfer app Bump and photo-sharing utility Flock – and erase your data with it.

madhesia e karit After January 31, “neither app will work, and all user data will be deleted,” said David Lieb, CEO and co-founder of the software’s maker Bump – which was gobbled by Google in September.

 Support for Bump and Flock will end, and the programs will be pulled from Apple and Google’s app stores at the end of the month. Users must run a migration tool to preserve data they have on the Bump and Flock services
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Microsoft shops ditch XP for New Year as Windows market share expands

But what’s this… they’re all moving to Windows 8.1?

como hacer para agrandar tu pene Less than one-third of PCs are now running Windows XP, with many a Microsoft shop giving up on the popular 12-year-old operating system in time for New Year.

tecnicas agrandar miembro masculino Windows XP’s market share fell to 28.98 per cent in the month of December, from November’s 31.22 per cent, according to the latest stats from NetApplications.

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Office for Mac 2008 support umbilical chopped off

But you can buy it again, and keep on buying it

Mac fans wedded to Microsoft Office face a stark choice on April 9 – upgrade or continue running the unsupported Office for Mac 2008.

April 9 2013 is the date when Microsoft will stop providing new code and security fixes for Office for Mac 2008, which launched in January 2008.

Redmond is urging Mac users to take out an Office 365 subscription, which includes Office for Mac 2011 and future upgrades to the suite.

The scheduled end of support came after it emerged Microsoft had quietly hiked the price of Office for Mac, with Office 2011 Home and Student hitting $139, up from $120.

An Office 365 sub will now officially set you back $99.99 a year, or $9.99 per month, compared to $139.99 for Office for Mac Home & Student.

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