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Japanese court tells Google to delete search results linking a man to crime

Not all online search removal requests come from Europe these days. A Tokyo court has ordered Google to delete 122 search results that linked an innocent man’s name to crime, reportedly violating his rights and tarnishing his reputation. The judge in…

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Twitter to delete photos of deceased upon family request

After saying it would take a more hands-on approach to bullying, Twitter will now remove images of deceased persons upon family request in “certain circumstances.” That follows an atrocious instance of harassment, in which several users sent Zelda…

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Researchers fully ‘delete’ HIV from human cells for the first time

So far, HIV has eluded a cure because it installs its genome into human DNA so insidiously that it’s impossible for our immune system to clear it out. While current treatments are effective, a lifetime of toxic drugs are required to prevent its…

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Twitter will finally let you see — and delete — all of your direct messages

If you’ve been on Twitter long enough, chances are that you’ve sent at least one or two direct messages (DMs) that you’d rather not see again. Deleting any regretful conversations in one fell swoop should you use the service across multiple devices…

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How to delete all photos and videos from your camera roll on Windows Phone

One way of freeing up space on your Windows Phone device is by deleting photos and videos stored in your camera roll. Want a quick way to delete those files? We’ll show you how. More details:…
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How to delete memory on a phone?

Question by Luke: How to delete memory on a phone?
On a HTC Windows Phone how do you format all the memory at once? And delete everything all at once?

Best answer:

Answer by Albert Wesker
Dip it in 8 ounces of sparkling water, throw it down on the ground, then eat it.

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How can I delete a bookmark from the web browser on the Motorola Droid?

Question by CG in AZ: How can I delete a bookmark from the web browser on the Motorola Droid?
Just bought the Motorola Droid and want to delete some of the bookmarks in the web browser. Has anyone figured out how? There is no ‘delete’ or ‘edit’ button.

Best answer:

Answer by Azralag
Long press on the selected bookmark, then press “Delete bookmark”

+ That phone is super cool!

What do you think? Answer below!

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Should You Delete Annoying Facebook Comments?

YES. Embrace your tyranny. Also: Who asks whom on a first Gchat date? And Facebook chatting old crushes.

Is it a dick move for someone to delete comments I make on their Facebook posts?

OK, bear with me for a second because I do NOT think you are going to like this analogy, but, ummm, I’m going to use it anyway: Let's say you went over to seven or eight of your so-called friends' houses every day and just threw up everywhere. You walk up to each house, press each doorbell, say “hey” to each friend, and then you walk into the kitchen and throw up, and then you throw up a little more in the hallway and bedroom. And then you leave. Is it OK if that person cleans up once you're gone?

So yes, I am calling your comments throw-up. I realize that might sound accusatory or maybe even — in some crazy world — a little mean, but the fact of the matter is that however you meant your comments, whatever they were intended to deliver, they are being received like outsider puke in the hallway. Something about them is making the people you write them to want to get rid of them. If I were you, I'd be wondering more about why that is than whether or not the Facebook friends in question should delete them.

No, it's not a dick move to remove something you don't like from an area that (however loosely, in this futuristic space world) belongs to you. This doesn't mean all your friends have perfectly sound reasons, or that they aren't sometimes a little jerky, or that none of your comments were funny. It could, but it doesn't necessarily. It just means that the only Facebook you can control — well, partly, anyway — is your own. I'm mad about it every day.

WHAT IF S/HE SAYS NO??

In any given pair of people who know they know each other and know they could/should be Gchatting, but who are not already on each other’s Chat “lists,” how do they/you “decide” (without saying anything out loud) who invites whom?

Just think, for a second, how much easier it would be to decide whether or not to click “Invite to Chat” or “Retweet” or “Like” if there were a corresponding real-life action that went along with it. Would you invite this guy to Gchat if the invitation were sent in a golden envelope on a platter and everyone in his office saw it being delivered? Would you still favorite a tweet if it meant the person who tweeted it got a kiss on the cheek to let them know you liked it? Would you add that girl as a friend if you had to ACTUALLY HANG OUT??

As it is, there are practically zero consequences of anything you do online. Haha! Just kidding, dooooo not quote me on that out of context. What I mean is that it doesn't matter that much, in and of itself, who adds whom as a friend and who invites whom to Gchat. You are already friends with this person. All this decision comes down to is whether or not you're trying to make some sort of annoying-ass power play. If so, get the H out of here, you knucklehead!

So how do you decide? The person who invites the other person to Gchat is the person who has something to talk to the other one about and who wants to do that talking by Gchat. It seems so simple when I say it like that, if I do say so myself. Another way to know? The friend who invites the other friend to Gchat is the one who is just better. Good job, you are approximating normal.


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How to delete songs from iPod nano 3rd generation if you download songs from Limewire?

Question by MiSZ.LiZ: How to delete songs from iPod nano 3rd generation if you download songs from Limewire?
My friend has an iPod 3rd generation and she downloads her songs from limewire to her iPod. She doesn’t have an iTunes account and she wants to delete all her songs from her iPod but she doesn’t know how. Help her?
But wheres the restore button?

Best answer:

Answer by Adsertif123
You have to do this through iTunes:

Connect the iPod
Click the link to it on the sidebar
Click “Restore” and wallah!

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How to delete songs from iPod nano 3rd generation if you download songs from Limewire?

Question by MiSZ.LiZ: How to delete songs from iPod nano 3rd generation if you download songs from Limewire?
My friend has an iPod 3rd generation and she downloads her songs from limewire to her iPod. She doesn’t have an iTunes account and she wants to delete all her songs from her iPod but she doesn’t know how. Help her?
But wheres the restore button?

Best answer:

Answer by Adsertif123
You have to do this through iTunes:

Connect the iPod
Click the link to it on the sidebar
Click “Restore” and wallah!

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