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These are new features that the company has already tried on the Google Pixel, which consists of a kind of safe inside the smartphone so that the content is completely private. Google continues to prepare changes for Android 12, and now, it has just denounced the arrival of new functions that will implement in the new iteration of their mobile operating system. These are new features that the company already tried on Google Pixel, and which consists of a kind of safe inside the smartphone so that the content is completely private. Join the discussion on Twitter Private Computer Core,…

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There is a lot of discussion about Big Tech and the power it can have over many things. One of the latest examples of this is how pre-installed apps from Apple and Google often dominate the competition when it comes to usage. The problem is that neither Apple nor Google really disclose the number of users of things like Apple Messages, so getting a firm “proof” of this can be difficult. Now a new study (commissioned by Facebook – surprise, surprise) from research firm Comscore, and shared with The Verge, tries to make sense of it all. As The Verge…

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Google is now valued at $66 billion, making it the world’s strongest technology brand, followed by Microsoft at $55 billion and IBM at $34 billion. Following the top 100 strongest brands in the world, Millward Brown now analyzes the brand value of the top 20 in the technology sector. “The Internet service provider Google was able to move up from second place to the top in the course of a year. This corresponds to an increase in brand value of 77 percent – and it can be assumed that the brand will continue to be successful,” explains Dr. Bernd Büchner,…

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Verily, a health services company that is a subsidiary of the American multinational Alphabet, which owns Google, has developed sneakers capable of analyze the weight and movement of users in real time. This prototype, which does not yet have a commercial version, is intended for sanitary purposes and is also designed as a tool for preventing accidental falls. According to the “CNBC” chain, the US firm is closing agreements with distributors and supplier companies in an attempt to launch this project on the market, although it has not been disclosed. still valid. This product, if it finally succeeds, would be…

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According to public domain information, Google was fined around $176 million by the South Korean Fair Trade Commission (KFTC) earlier this year. Google has been the subject of a number of controversies around the world over the years. According to public domain information, Google was fined around $176 million by the South Korean Fair Trade Commission (KFTC) earlier this year. For abusing its market dominance, Google has to pay a fine of US$176 million in South Korea. The South Korean antitrust agency says that Google has prevented domestic smartphone makers such as Samsung and LG from to improve operating systems…

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Google has removed 29 beauty applications to edit photos from the Play Store for improperly accessing users’ smartphones to install adware or even steal photos for malicious use. Some of the malicious beauty applications identified by the security company TrendMicro, created a shortcut that remained on the “smartphone” even after the user deleted the application, and without it appearing in the list of applications. Applications downloaded ad setups from remote servers that analyzed ad behavior. In this way, when the user unlocked their device, these “apps” displayed malicious advertisements or pornographic images. When clicked, they could redirect to “phishing” pages…

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Fear has turned into direct threats. Alphabet, an American multinational company that owns Google, the world’s largest search engine, has started to move tab to counteract the possible impact of the controversial European Union copyright directive by ensuring that, if it goes ahead, it may cause a fall of up to 45% audience to the media and information pages. An impact that, if true, can cause a strategic debacle in publishing groups. These figures come from an internal investigation in which they analyze the consequences of the application of the items 11 and items 13, which have been the points…

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On United Kingdom, politics’ against piracy it is quite a few steps ahead of the model that is followed in Spain. At least, the policy adopted by some of the protagonists in the famous ‘fight against piracy’. And between them, now Microsoft and Google have adopted a key position: both will prevent searches for pirated content from being carried out on the Internet – using their search engines, of course – and also they will launch alerts to the users of its platforms who are trying to find this type of content. Google and Microsoft have teamed up in the…

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The Indian Competition Commission has launched an investigation into Google’s parent company Alphabet for abuse of a dominant position with its Android mobile operating system. The antitrust regulator accuses the internet giant of blocking and harming its competitors. The accusations, to which the Reuters agency has had access, come after a six-month investigation by the regulator, which has been analyzing a case similar to the one that Google had in Europe last year and which resulted in a fine of 4.3 billion of euros. It is the first time that the company has been investigated in the country. The European…

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Google is changing its plans to withdraw cookies from browsers by deviating from its FLoC proposal following complaints that the technology does not ensure user privacy. For two years, Google has been planning to replace cookies with other techniques used for user-targeted advertising, using a system called FLoC. Today, the company has succumbed to complaints about the proposed system and is planning a different approach instead. The solution called FLoC (Federated Learning of Cohorts) was intended to replace cookies with an algorithm in the browser that would analyze the user’s browsing history to determine the user’s “interest cohort”. The user…

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