Google will be able to use your picture in their ads and unless you want to be world wide web famous for promoting products that help ease the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome, you might want to listen up.
Laptopmag.com shares a few easy steps on how to stop Google from using your image.
First, log into your Google account, go to settings then click "edit" next to "shared endorsements." Finally, uncheck where it says "based upon my activity Google may show my name and profile photo in shared endorsements that appear in ads." Then click "save." It's easy solution for what could be a future headache.
Have you looked at an octopus and wondered, "How do their arms not get tangled?" Well so did we. Livescience.com reports that a new study found that octopuses solve this sticky problem with skin excretions that prevent arms from grabbing one another.
We were all wowed by the Michael Jackson hologram at Sunday's Billboard Awards. That technology could be coming to a store near you soon.
According to Gizmodo.com, MIT is building an affordable at-home hologram system. Which dead celebrity or historical figure would you want as a hologram in your living room? Decisions of the future.
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