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Europe’s banks bleed from Greek debt crisis | Reuters
Greece’s debt problems drove a slew of heavy losses across the European banking sector on Thursday, and bosses warned the euro zone crisis would continue to threaten earnings.
Everyone’s Trying to Track What You Do on the Web: Here’s How to Stop Them
How do you keep your information out of everyone else’s hands? Here’s a guide to surfing the web while keeping your privacy intact.
Google recently announced it was unifying its privacy policies and would be sharing the data it collects about users between all of its products, starting March 1st. That means your web searches and sites you visit will be combined with other Google products like Google Plus and YouTube. If you’d rather avoid that, the Electronic Frontier Foundation reminds us you can remove your Google search history and stop it from being recorded.
With No iPhone in Hand, T-Mobile USA Loses 800,000 Customers in Q4 – Ina Fried – Mobile – AllThingsD
“For T-Mobile USA, the past year was characterized by significant challenges, particularly in the fourth quarter, following the market launch of the new Apple iPhone model by the three major national competitors in October,” T-Mobile said. In the fourth quarter alone, T-Mobile USA lost 802,000 contract customers.
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Ireland’s small bazooka | A Fistful Of Euros
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