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Microsoft claims that similarly to Apple’s Safari browser, Google is also bypassing security settings in Internet Explorer to track users. The tracking cookies being installed on users’ computers helps Google serve you ads and customized content. It’s very probable that Google isn’t the only company doing this. In other news, Samsung said it would begin shifting its focus from making LCD TVs to the new generation of OLED displays. OLED technology allows for thinner, more energy-efficient displays that can be used for pretty much anything, including paper. You can expect OLED to be the future of digital displays. And finally, Apple could lose the right to the iPad name in China. Apple is in the middle of a trademark dispute with the previous owner of the name, resulting in the tablet being pulled from shelves in parts of Hong Kong.