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Google will block Flash in Chrome

Google’s Chrome browser will soon block the Flash plugin, except on 10 sites it has white-listed.


New Google keyboard for your Apple iPhone

Google has launched Gboard, its new keyboard for the Apple iPhone.


Google Translate updated for Android smartphones

Google has updated Translate for Android, which now features Tap to Translate.

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Google News putting the spotlight on local news sources

Google News has launched a “Local Source” tag to highlight local coverage of major stories.

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How to find out what Google knows about you

Here’s how to find out what Google knows about you, what you search for, which videos you watch, and how it decides which adverts to send your way.


YouTube working on online TV service: report

Bloomberg has reported that YouTube is working on a subscription TV service.

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Millions of Gmail and Yahoo email accounts hacked

The usernames and passwords of millions of hacked Gmail, Yahoo, and Hotmail accounts are now available online.

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Internet Explorer is no longer king

Internet Explorer has been dethroned from its position as the world’s most popular Internet browser.

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Google Play now warns you when an app has ads

The Android storefront will now warn you when an app has ads.

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BlackBerry PRIV upgrade to Android Marshmallow released

BlackBerry has released Android 6.0 Marshmallow for its PRIV smartphone.

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