Tech Q&a: Black Friday Deals, Good Amazon Prices, Spotty Wi-fi, And More | Fox News

In Android, this is done under Settings>>Apps or App Manager. Tap an app and then tap “Uninstall.” For iPhone, tap and hold an app icon on the home screen until it wobbles, then hit the “X” to delete the app. Of course, there’s still hidden stuff on your gadget that can also take up space. Click here for step-by-step details on how to clear your phone’s cache, search history, call logs and more. On the Kim Komando Show, the nation’s largest weekend radio talk show, Kim takes calls and dispenses advice on today’s digital lifestyle, from smartphones and tablets to online privacy and data hacks.
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Jessica McBride’s Blogs: Wild turkeys and the White House: election week winners and losers

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You can serve this DNS content from your DNS server itself, so that when it tries to reach the appropriate name servers it ends up talking to itself. Or you can serve this DNS content at a name server visible to your whole department, or your whole campus, or your whole ISP, or your whole country. Of course, the further up the hierarchy you have to go to get an answer, the less useful that answer will be to you, because other customers of your ISP or other Internet users in your country, are likely to use the NAT address ranges differently than you do. Nevertheless such name servers are still valuable wherever they are, because they keep this “junk traffic” from reaching the DNS root name servers, and they avoid wasting expensive long-haul Internet capacity on traffic which will likely benefit nobody. And of course, there are name servers of last resort, which are visible in the global Internet routing table, and which are reachable from anywhere on the Internet. By convention, these name servers are locally advertised using Autonomous System Number 112, thus giving us a name for the project itself: AS112. Moments after the apparent success of the AS112 Project, many voices were heard saying, we should publish the DNS Root Zone this same way.
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Energous Corporation Reports Third Quarter 2014 Results – Yahoo Finance

Please use the replay pin number 5605635. About Energous Corporation: Energous Corporation is developing WattUp(TM), a wire-free charging technology that will transform the way people charge and power their electronic devices at home, in the office, in the car and beyond. WattUp is a revolutionary, patent- and trademark-pending solution that delivers intelligent, scalable power via the same radio bands as a Wi-Fi router.
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Secure Unowned Hierarchical Anycast Root Name Service – And an Apologia

Plagiarism. Chris Christie. I know people think Christies a big winner because he runs the Republican Governors Association, and Republican governors, including ours, did so well in this election (I mean, Massachusetts?). But everyone knows both Christie and Walker want to be president, and theres only room for one at the top. Walkers strong margin here boosted his presidential aspirations immensely.
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