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Adblock Plus’s Till Faida On The Shifting Shape Of Ad Blocking

Publishers hate ad blockers, but millions of internet users embrace them — and many browsers even bake it in as a feature, including Google’s own Chrome. At the same time, growing numbers of publishers are walling off free content for...
Related topics: Social Media, Chrome

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Netflix Uses Google Trends To Claim The Witcher Was More Popular Than The Mandalorian

Photo: Katalin Vermes / Netflix Netflix released its quarterly earnings report Tuesday afternoon, including a trove of new data on its latest hit, The Witcher. Among the data points Netflix cites in promoting its business over the last three...
Related topics: Netflix, Entertainment Photos

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Google Is Giving Free $130 Stadia Gaming Kits To New Verizon Fios Subscribers

Photo by Chris Welch / The Verge Google has found its first major partner to help push the company’s nascent Stadia game streaming service in the United States: Verizon. Tonight the companies announced that new Verizon Fios customers who sign...
Related topics: Verizon Communications Inc, Tech Photos

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Try These 3 New Google Digital Wellbeing Apps

Google is really trying to prove that it wants you to unplug from your phone more, even as our worlds revolve more and more each day around our phones. It’s a weird concept from a company that makes money by you using their services, but...

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Youtube Tv Launches On Playstation 4 Consoles In The U.s.

Google-owned YouTube TV is now the first (and so far only) alternative to PS Vue, which will shut down soon.
Related topics: Youtube, Playstation

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Google Maps Update Brings New Timeline To Ios

Assuming you have Location Services and Location History turned on, you can access a Timeline of your activity in Google Maps on iOS. The company has pushed out an update to this feature, adding new tabs for things like “World” and...
Related topics: Ios

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Google And Microsoft Disagree On A Potential Temporary Ban On Facial Recognition

Google has expressed interest in a temporary ban on facial recognition, while Microsoft is opposed to the idea of a moratorium.With an increase in the use of facial recognition, the world’s tech giants are coming to a disagreement on how to deal...
Related topics: Microsoft

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Google Working To Expand The Lifespans Of Future Chromebooks

Google announced that two new 2020 Chromebook models will get eight years’ worth of software updates.Traditionally, Chromebooks have been promised three years worth of updates, but Google recently expanded that to include an extra two years...

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Sonos And Tile Warn U.s. About Threat Of Google, Apple And Amazon’s Market Control

Competition is nearly always good in the tech space.It prevents big companies from monopolizing the market, which seems to be a sentiment shared by smaller companies like Sonos, Tile, Basecamp and PopSocket.Last week, a U.S. congressional antitrust...
Related topics: Apple (AAPL), Amazon, Amazon (AMZN)

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Google Tasks For Android Hints At Hangouts Chat Integration [apk Insight]

With the launch of Gmail’s Material Theme revamp on the web in 2018, Tasks was reintroduced as a standalone to-do app. Google Tasks now appears to be readying Hangouts Chat integration. more… The post Google Tasks for Android hints at...
Related topics: Android, Android Apps, Mobile Technology, Gmail

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Google Maps For Ios Rolling Out Better Curated Travel History ‘timeline’

One of the more useful things Google does with your Location History is aggregate visits. Google Maps for iOS is now gaining a revamped Timeline that better lets you browse your past travels. more… The post Google Maps for iOS rolling out...
Related topics: Ios

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Google Experiment Makes Your Phone Simpler By Putting It In An Envelope - Cnet

The project is aimed at balancing tech with wellbeing.

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Google Cloud Lands Lufthansa Group And Sabre As New Customers

Google’s strategy for bringing new customers to its cloud is to focus on the enterprise and specific verticals like healthcare, energy, financial service and retail, among others. Its healthcare efforts recently experienced a bit of a...

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Why Most Self-driving Car Companies Use These 3 Models

Cars from Google spin-off Waymo have logged 20 million milesRussia's Yandex and China's Baidu have programmed cars to stop at streetlights, yield to pedestrians, and pass slow vehicles.  But these companies don’t build their own cars....
Related topics: Yandex (business), China, Baidu (BIDU)

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A Chinese Super App Is Facing Claims Of Predatory Consumer Lending In Nigeria, Kenya And India

OKash and OPesa, the Africa-focused consumer lending apps of Opera, the Chinese-owned internet browsing giant, appear to be flouting Google’s Play Store policies. In a report this week, equity research house Hindenburg Research suggested that...
Related topics: Nigeria, Kenya, India

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Google Extends Updates For Chromebooks, Chrome Os In Education, Ups Prices

A Chromebook bought in 2020 will have support and updates extending into 2028. Google also updated its admin console and added creative apps.
Related topics: Chromebook, Chrome

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Chrome Working On A Share Sheet With Qr Code Generator, Screenshot Editor

Because we know that sharing is caring, you would think that Android would have a pretty organized and useful share sheet for its users. But as we know by now, that is still a wish that won’t be fulfilled anytime soon. Even Google’s own apps...
Related topics: Chrome, Screenshots, Android, Android Apps, Mobile Technology

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To Slay Google, Huawei Says: “ads Aren’t Important To Us”

Huawei held an event in January 2020 in London to tell developers about their strategy for a post-Google smart device ecosystem. Dr. Jaime Gonzalo, Huawei’s Europe-based vice president of consumer services, spoke at this special event,...
Related topics: Huawei, United Kingdom, London

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9to5mac Daily: January 21, 2020 – Icloud Encryption, Iphone 12 Rumors

Listen to a recap of the top stories of the day from 9to5Mac. 9to5Mac Daily is available on iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app, Stitcher, TuneIn, Google Play, or through our dedicated RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. Enjoy the...
Related topics: 9to5mac, Computer Security, Iphone, Mobile Technology, Technology Rumors, ITunes, Apple, Podcasts

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All New Chromebooks Will Get At Least 8 Years Of Automatic Updates

One of the nice things about buying a Google Chromebook is that the operating system receives automatic security and feature updates delivered straight from Google — which means that it’ll stay up to date years after your Android phone...
Related topics: Chromebook, Android, Mobile Technology

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