Google Santa Tracker Extension for Chrome

Google launched a service that will allow to track the movements of the Santa Claus in the Catholic Christmas (24 December). About this group reported in his blog. Using the service, which received the name of Google Santa Tracker, you will find out, in what city is Santa Claus, where he’s going on and how many gifts he had already spread. Location Santa is displayed on Google maps. Work with the Santa Tracker is not forbidden will be through the site, through the application for Android and by extension to the browser Chrome.

Skoda Octavia Third Generation

Czech company Skoda Auto in 2013, plans to launch sedan Skoda Octavia third generation, which is sometimes referred to as Skoda Octavia III. The previous generation Skoda Octavia cars have earned a deserved reputation of practical and reliable vehicles that can serve their owners for years without significant damage. Because Octavia model is very common in a variety of commercial and government organizations who want to save on the one hand, car park, on the other – to get cars from the prestigious class with a nice design. But for individuals interested in the new generation Octavia has grown significantly – for the same reasons. The design of the new Octavia in general is positive emotions. There are some clearly visible differences from the previous car in the series. For instance, LED lights, located in front of the car, got kind of oblique parallelepiped, and placed them under the fog lights. Really changed the appearance of wings sedan. And stands out all the car radiator grille with chrome trim will bring the views of all others.

Google Going to Add ‘Do Not Track’ Button In Chrome Browser

According to Bloomberg, Google has announced that it will be including a ‘Do Not Track’ button in Chrome. When activated, the user’s browsing history will not be given away to Google and other web services for tailored ads. This new feature falls in line with previous reports about Microsoft, Google and Apple offering more noticeable privacy disclosures in their apps and services. Amid swirling discussion on how tech companies handle privacy issues, Google on Thursday became the latest Internet giant to support adding a ‘Do Not Track’ button to its Web browser.