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  Reply # 964823 10-Jan-2014 18:00
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so have you got your desktop syncing with phone? I have its great also have at work as well, makes life easy.

Oh and I accept they know my patterns of behavior on the net but don't care I just like picking up the tablet/laptop/pc/work pc and having the browser doing the same and syncing




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  Reply # 964908 10-Jan-2014 20:55
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nothing is syncing with anything

 
 
 
 


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Both devices hitting the net from the same external IP address?



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  Reply # 964979 11-Jan-2014 00:08
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nathan: Both devices hitting the net from the same external IP address?


hmm i hope so aye

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  Reply # 965046 11-Jan-2014 10:59
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Imagine what it is like working for google.

Knowing that your employer has all of that knowledge about you.

Or applying for a job with them. Sitting in an interview wondering what the interviewers have been reading about you. (Glad I missed that part.)



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  Reply # 965067 11-Jan-2014 12:10
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YIKES lol *if you wanna work for google better use ios stuff and bing as you search engine and xtra mail might be better lol

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Had your wife previously entered that address into search, as doing that again would pull up previous searches 1st. Google does that as people often search more than once for something. Also her phone may have been registered at that address or had location awareness on and that also would have promoted that response.

Did you try searching using incognito on the android phone?



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  Reply # 965775 12-Jan-2014 22:38
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that was the first time i searched that address, never been to that place.

i have not tried the android but crossing from a random google search on a windows PC to an iOS app within 10 seconds is pretty solid

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