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  1. Ockie

    Google Duo conference

    Hi guys. Noticed this option. Perhaps review and tell us what it's like? Anyone gets a chance...give us a review?
  2. Nimz

    Cloud storage - G Suite

    I need some advice on how to better implement the current file system we have in place. Since we are all still under lock down, now would be the perfect time to get everything in place before we re-open. So this company is a contractor to the insurance industry (Building, Plumbing, Built in...
  3. S

    How to prevent wantitall.com from appearing in my google shopping?

    I am finding it very very frustrating to use google shopping for anything. I only see wantitall items under my shopping. It leaves no space for any other site to appear to advertise alternative choices. Is there a way I can exclude this site in my search results? Please help.
  4. O

    Privacy breach

    Hi everyone Please help me. I have received a worrying communication from my colleague, we were supposed to meet and I lied that I am nearby, he said I must be serious because I am at x road and it will be hours before I reach a meeting place. He was right, I was at x road, now I am worried...
  5. Anthro

    Google publishing coronavirus mobility reports, feeding off users’ location history

    Google is now publishing coronavirus mobility reports, feeding off users’ location history As global communities respond to COVID-19, we've heard from public health officials that the same type of aggregated,anonymized insights we use in products such as Google Maps could be helpful as they...
  6. Jamie McKane

    Google applies for licence to work with Huawei

    Google applies for licence to work with Huawei Google has filed an application with the US government to continue providing mobile services to Huawei, the company told German news outlet DPA. Since being placed on the US Entity List in May 2019, Huawei has been unable to use Google Mobile...
  7. Jamie McKane

    Google settles over consultants in antitrust probe

    Google settles over consultants in antitrust probe Alphabet Inc.’s Google has reached a settlement with state attorneys general over the states’ use of consultants in their antitrust investigation of the internet search giant. Google in October went to court to restrict the Texas Attorney...
  8. Jamie McKane

    Google warns Huawei users not to sideload its apps

    Google warns Huawei users not to sideload its apps Google has released a statement detailing what Huawei's US Entity listing means for the smartphone manufacturer's upcoming devices. "Google is prohibited from working with Huawei on new device models or providing Google’s apps including Gmail...
  9. Jamie McKane

    Android 11 Developer Preview launched - Everything you need to know

    Android 11 Developer Preview launched - Everything you need to know Google has launched the first developer preview of Android 11, revealing the new features which will be included in the operating system. "Today, we’re releasing the first Developer Preview of Android 11, and building on a...
  10. Jamie McKane

    Google cracks down on Android apps which abuse privacy permissions

    Google cracks down on Android apps which abuse privacy permissions Google has revealed a huge decline in the number of Play Store apps that abuse permissions to access users' personal information. In a blog post on its efforts to fight bad apps and malicious developers, the company said it had...
  11. Jamie McKane

    Chrome to start blocking insecure downloads

    Chrome to start blocking insecure downloads Google has announced it will start protecting users from insecure downloads with the rollout of the new version of Chrome. Chrome 82 will be released in April and will be the first iteration of the browser to specifically warn users of file downloads...
  12. Jamie McKane

    Google faces EU privacy probe

    Google faces EU privacy probe Google faces one more probe in the European Union over concerns the company’s processing of user location data could violate the bloc’s tough privacy rules. Armed with the power to levy hefty fines, Ireland’s data protection commission on Tuesday also opened a...
  13. Jamie McKane

    Google faces renewed scrutiny from US investigators

    Google faces renewed scrutiny from US investigators U.S. antitrust enforcers are examining Google’s conduct in the online shopping comparison market as they continue their probe of the search giant. Richard Stables, chief executive officer of the shopping comparison site Kelkoo Group, said he...
  14. Jamie McKane

    Google founders stepping down at Alphabet

    Google founders stepping down at Alphabet Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin are stepping down as leaders of parent company Alphabet Inc., ending day-to-day involvement as regulators intensify scrutiny of an internet industry the two men helped create. Sundar Pichai, the CEO of Google...
  15. Jamie McKane

    Google launches new Pixelbook Go portable laptop

    Google launches new Pixelbook Go portable laptop Google unveiled its new PixelBook Go Chromebook at its Made By Google event, offering powerful hardware in a portable form factor. The device runs Chrome OS and features a 13.3-inch touchscreen with an impressive battery designed.
  16. Jamie McKane

    Huawei smartphones lose bootleg access to Google apps

    Huawei smartphones lose bootleg access to Google apps One of Huawei Technologies Co.’s biggest trade war headaches has just gotten worse, as an unofficial workaround to the Trump administration ban on using Google apps and services has been quashed. Security researcher John Wu published an...
  17. Jamie McKane

    Google faces anti-trust probe over DNS-over-HTTPS

    Google faces anti-trust probe over DNS-over-HTTPS Representatives in the US Congress are worried about Google’s intention to implement a new Internet Protocol that could possibly give them an unfair competitive advantage in Internet advertising, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal...
  18. Jamie McKane

    Google to spend $3 billion on European data centres

    Google to spend $3 billion on European data centres Google will invest 3 billion euros ($3.3 billion) over the next two years to expand its server farms across Europe. The investments take its total spend on European data centres to 15 billion euros since 2007, Google Chief Executive Officer...
  19. Jamie McKane

    Google is working on Incognito Mode for Maps

    Google is working on Incognito Mode for Maps Google is currently testing an Incognito Mode for its Maps navigation app, XDA Developers reports. The feature was added in the latest update for the Android version of the Maps Preview app and is available in closed beta to testers who are part of...
  20. Jamie McKane

    Google to prioritise original reporting

    Google to prioritise original reporting Google announced an update to its search algorithm to prioritise news articles that it considers to be original reporting. "While we typically show the latest and most comprehensive version of a story in news results, we've made changes to our products...
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