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5 Secret Places Censored on Google Maps

June 16, 2017



5 mysterious places Google Maps and Google Earth really don’t want you to see. Dark5 exposes the 5 secrets they might be hiding… Subscribe for new Dark5 …

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Homemade Death Ray Laser DRONE BOT!!! Remote Controlled!!

June 15, 2017



I present my most terrifying laser creation as of yet…the remote controlled death ray drone bot! This beast packs a potent 2W blue laser that fries anything in it’s …

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Matternet Dreams Up Drug Delivery By Drone

June 15, 2017



Silicon Valley startup Matternet wants to build the drones and delivery infrastructure to deliver pharmaceuticals and small items in developing countries that lack …

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World’s First Passenger Drone (Ehang 184) | ColdFusion

June 15, 2017



Subscribe here: https://goo.gl/9FS8uF SOURCE: http://fortune.com/2016/01/07/ehang184-autonomous-human-size-drone/ History of the Digital Camera: …

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Google – Mobile Friendly Algorithm April 21 2015

April 14, 2015

Is your site ready for Google’s Mobile Friendly Algorithm that is scheduled to roll out on April 21st 2015?

Here is a easy way to test that!

Simply visit this link, enter your website’s address and find out in less than 60 seconds.

https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/mobile-friendly/

 

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Google SSL Https | New Secure Google SSL Search

June 27, 2010

Big G (Google INC) has introduced their newest beta secured Google SSL Search engine for all Google users. In short, SSL security provided by Google will protect your search terms and results from being intercepted by third parties software.

Google SSL Secure

Secure Socket Layer (ssl) How It Works on Google SSL Search Engine?

– All search queries and results will be encrypted when using Google’s SSL Search facility.
– SSL turns off a browser’s referrers. Browsers typically turn off referrers when going from HTTPS to HTTP mode, which provides additional privacy.
– Search results by means of SSL may be slower than that of the normal Google Search facility.

Conclusion:
Usually you will find that most bank websites are implementing SSL technology (https) in order to provide secure connection and better security protection. For me, I will still using normal Google search engine instead of Google New SSL Search engine because I don’t think I need to hide any search term or search result from other people.

How about you? Please share your thoughts.