Android stores a history of every item you have searched for in several apps. While it is useful in some cases, it might be sometime dangerous when you don’t wish others people to find out what you have been up to.
While I’ve been using Chrome for several weeks now, there’s one thing that keeps bugging me — it doesn’t have a history page. Well, here’s a simple, hidden way to open history page in Chrome for Android, iPhone and iPad.
Today Android has taken the world by storm, literally! While it is a well know fact that Google acquired Android way back in 2005, little is known about Android prior to 2005. I was very curious to know more about it. My search lead me to various articles and websites, the most helpful being Internet Archive Wayback Machine.
The domain was registered for the first time in mid-’97 (1997-06-23, to be precise), I couldn’t find any screenshot of the website for 1997, the earliest I could find was of March 2000. At that point, the domain was owned by GreatDomains.com. Apparently, the company wanted to sell it for $75,000+, outrageously overpriced if you consider it for “Just Another Domain” at that point in time but dirt cheap if you consider its value now! 🙂