Google has experienced a lot of controversies involving users' privacy and security violations. Now, the state of Arizona wants some action after state lawyer files case against Google's snooping on Android phones.
Google will test its Voice Matching feature as a part of the company's pilot program. More secured Google Assistant purchases are to be expected.
Google will launch a major update for mobile devices that will apply a dark theme to search results when Chrome is in dark mode.
Google Launches 'Action Blocks' to Help People With Cognitive Disabilities Customise Buttons for Complex Actions
Google launches Assistant-powered 'Action Blocks' to help cognitively disabled people. Android devices will have new accessibility features.
You wouldn't like someone snooping around your Gmail account, would you? I can't blame you. Lock it down right now.
The Google Pixel 4a would have been out by now if it weren't for the ongoing global coronavirus pandemic. The launch event being postposed was unavoidable and Google hasn't announced a new date yet, leading to a lot of rumors.
Google and Apple Launch 'Exposure Notification' API to Help Notify Public Health Officials of Potential Coronavirus Exposure
The new 'Exposure Notification' API of Google and Apple is now available to be used by public health officials. The innovation will notify people of potential exposure from individuals with COVID-19.
[HACKER] 773 Million Email Addresses and 21 Million Passwords Hacked; Google Chrome to Have More Intuitive Security Privacy Controls
Ukraine catches the hacker called "Sanix" who tried to sell 773 million stolen email addresses. Google Chrome will also have more intuitive security and privacy controls.
Asus rolls out new videoconferencing hardware specifically designed for Google Meet.
Smart assistants can sometimes mishear words and wake up when you don't want to, allowing them to eavesdrop on your conversations. Luckily, these smart speaker add-ons can prevent it.
From using multiple apps at the same time to keeping your phone unlocked when you're home, Android has some awesome features. Learn where to find them.
Google is not the only search engine out there, just in case you're wondering. Here are the top five alternatives you might want to check out now.
Google Nest Doorbell Users Fear for Their Safety as a Stranger's Cam Suddenly Appeared in the Device
A Reddit user took to the platform to share her story about a disturbing feed that popped up on Google Nest Hub.
Google Chrome has launched an update that focuses on removing all advertisements on the platform that uses too much battery or data from the users. Ad companies will be given until the end of August.
Nearly 24,000 applications on the Google Play Store have suffered data leaks and these applications are being compromised by accident due to Google Firebase being badly configured.
A new algorithm has detected apps that put people at risk of stalking and harassment, which Google later removed as a threat to Android users.
The Creepware was being used to harass and stalk people from the Google Play Store. In total, more than 50 million devices were installed with CreepRank.
Google promised to extend an $800 million package to help companies ailing because of the pandemic. However, tourism companies say it is not enough.
With the new normal, families and friends rely on video conferencing software to contact each other, which is why Google is planning to release Duo for Web.
Android has a lot of features that could be useful to you if only you know where to look for them. From running multiple applications simultaneously to having your phone unlocked whenever you're home, this list of hidden cool features will surely blow your mind!
[VIDEO] Google Duo Will Allow Group Calls In Chrome; Family Mode With Masks, Doodles, And Many More!
Group calls will soon be allowed in Chrome by Google Duo. Family Mode with masks and doodles to follow.
Google Lens now allows copying and pasting handwritten notes from your phone to your computer--but only if your handwriting is neat enough to scan.
Facebook, YouTube and Twitter are Struggling to Take Down a Video about Coronavirus Conspiracy Theories
The video is clearly meant to stir controversy by propagating theories, but the entire situation highlights the challenges that come with trying to moderate online content.
[BREAKING] Samsung Planning To Create Its Own Debit Card To Compete with Apple Card, Google to do the Same
Tech giant Samsung is planning to launch its version of Samsung Pay debit card later this summer, which was announced in a company blog today by Sang Ahn, vice president of Samsung Pay in North America.
Reports have shown that photos of Lenovo's first ever gaming phone have been leaked. But there's no guarantee if this will reflect in the phone's final design.
It is now safer to put all your sensitive files and info to your Google Drive. The software introduces a newly-improved security feature that requires you to do Face authentication before opening your drive. Here's how to install it.
New malware on your Android device could steal your banking passwords from your apps, and bypass and copy two-factor authentication codes, and cryptocurrency wallets.
Josh.ai is stepping up to the plate in the race for smart assistant supremacy, directly competing against Google's Alexa, Josh Micro has a few things up its digital sleeves.
As the coronavirus pandemic shows no signs of stopping anytime soon, tech giants Apple and Google have both partnered up to give out all relevant information to the masses with the utilizing their Maps app as one tool show where testing centers are closest in your area.
Google Pixel Buds 2 has now officially opened its markets for the United States. Before you get too hyped up, here's an interesting feature that Pixel Buds 2 has that AirPods Pro does not have.
Google Health created a deep learning AI which, in theory, was great. But in real-life application, it fell short.
The United Kingdom's National Health Service (NHS) has recently rejected the proposed plan of the Apple-Google COVID-19 app, in terms of how the app will work. Here's how they wanted their app.
Coronavirus Update: Germany To Adopt Decentralized Contact Tracing As It Withdraws From Its Original Plan
A few weeks ago, Germany backed the creation of a centralized contact tracing app to track the spread of the coronavirus in the country, but now the government is singing a different tune as it eyes to adopt a decentralized approach to contact tracing.
Google has a treat for all of you amid Coronavirus starting on Monday, Apr. 27. The web search has launched its Google Doodle that lets you play all the popular games you loved to play before. Staying-at-home is now getting more fun!
Are you feeling bored at home during the lockdown? Here is a list of the best free Android games that players can play through without having to engage in many in-app purchases!
Contact tracing capabilities using iOS and Android devices are temporary measures, the tech giants say.
Google will cut its budget cuts by the second half of 2020 amid the coronavirus pandemic. These include marketing funds and a hiring freeze.
Google now admits that not all of your questions are bound to be answered by the Internet. Meanwhile, Google Photos reportedly has a new feature that lets you remove audio from your videos.
Google Chrome came out with a surprising new update that changes how we can use Google Chrome with something so simple but so convenient that it makes you wonder why it didn't come sooner. Here's how to use it.
Tech giant Google is monitoring the weather to determine the best time to switch to solar and wind power to run its data centers. Heavy computing tasks are bundled together and put into time slots when renewable energy sources are at their optimum level.
Fortnite is now available on Android via Google Playstore for the first time! But Epic Games is not happy with the release because of some issues.
Hackers are continuing to use the COVID-19 pandemic to target users, with Google blocking 18 million phishing emails related to the Coronavirus last week.
A new mandatory code of conduct in Australia will make Facebook and Google pay for their news content. Will this affect the platforms?
The social media giant will be rolling out a gaming app solely designed for watching and creating live gameplay.
Google has smartened up texting, music, and video. Now it wants to do the same for your bank.
Coronavirus Infects Computers Too: Google Discovers 18 Million COVID-19 Malicious Emails Sent Worldwide
Google has revealed that over the discovered 100 million phishing emails sent to Gmail accounts, 18 million from this number has Coronavirus info. If you happen to open one of these, delete it right away.
Lyft launches Essential Deliveries, allowing government agencies, businesses, healthcare organizations, and non-profit groups to request deliveries through Lyft riders.
Governments can’t force their citizens to use contact tracing technology built by Apple and Google, senior company representatives said on Monday. Google and Apple plan to release software to automate contact tracing in May, using the Bluetooth features on iPhones and Android phones.
The COVID-19 tracker of Google is now available on Android phones via the Google Play Store.
Apple and Google made an amazing team-up to help battle against the spread of Coronavirus in the world. But how can Bluetooth really help the contact tracing of the virus? Here's what you need to know.
Zoom is getting banned by Google and other companies because of its security issues. Will the app be shutdown permanently?
Tech giant Google's Gmail is not working properly, and people don't know why. You're not alone on this.
Google will add an eye detection feature on their Pixel 4. How is this effective when it comes to security?
As schools are switching more to online classes due to the coronavirus pandemic, two children and their father went to the supreme court to present a class-action lawsuit against tech giant Google. Here's why.
Google Fi data increases for both Flexible and Unlimited plan members during the coronavirus season.
Google search is offering its users a 3D view of animals and cars. People can now take selfies with bears, a Ferrari, and many more!
Apple Acquires Sought After Weather App 'Dark Sky' and Will Completely Shut Down and End its Android Version in July
This marks the end for "Dark Sky" as Apple will effectively shut down the Android version in a couple of months.
6-SECOND SPEED! Samsung's First Galaxy Chromebook Boosts Fast and Releases on Apr.6; Will it Help Work-at-Home?
Calling all work-at-home employees, here comes Samsung's very first Galaxy Chromebook for only $999 base price. Device will be release on Apr. 6 and may be the best way for you to finish those works being the first laptop with 4K AMOLED display!
Despite the spread of Coronavirus, Google may possibly release its latest 2nd-Gen Pixel Buds on its initial date of Spring 2020. Are you ready to buy this?
Google Photos can finally show users the sources for their images, making them much easier to track, but the feature is not yet available for other platforms except Google Photos.
This is the company's first-ever direct hardware sale and it's only $99!
Images going around can confirm that the new feature that Android 11 is sporting, is pretty much identical to Apple's Airdrop.
Google is finally joining the fight against fake news by promoting WHO's official tips to battle the coronavirus while also improving its services to make sure people stay still and practice social distancing.
Trump has just recently received an apology from Google's CEO Sundar Pichai through a phone call, and although the contents of the call aren't clear, it has something to do with fake news.
U.S. President Trump announced an impressive new tech tool Friday. But Google offered a different description of it. Instead, Verily is building a triage website just for the Bay Area.
Worthy vs. Unworthy Sick: Coronavirus Divides Facebook, Google Workers As Contractors Still Expected to Work On Site
Like other tech firms scrambling in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, Facebook and Google encourages staff worldwide to work from home to slow the new coronavirus’s spread. But some contract workers were treated like second-class employees and complained that they have no such luxury and are being asked to choose between their jobs and their health.
In order to combat health misinformation, Apple and Google are cracking down on apps that have popped up since coronavirus. However, U.S. lawmakers are urging tech giants to protect data from being hijacked.
Googlehas backtracked on a warning message that urged users to switch from Microsoft Edge to its own Chrome web browser.
Time to Uninstall These 20 VPNs and Ad-Blockers That Actually Monitor and Gather Data From Your Phone 24/7
They have denied these accusations even though all of the leads and evidence that were found in their codes point to them as the culprit
Why Online Conferences Don't Work for Canceled Tech Events Like MWC or Facebook's F8; MSU Can Do it Though
Now that Coronavirus has stirred all the major plans and events of tech companies starting on Mobile World Congress and Facebook's F8 event, people advised to do online conferences. Do you know what this means? A tech event without free drinks!
Google introduced big changes to Lens at its I/O conference last year by turning your phone's camera into a powerful search tool. Now, Google has made that feature much more useful in Google Maps by cleverly sourcing menu photos taken by restaurant customers.
Companies such as Amazon, Apple, Google, Facebook, Microsoft, and Twitter all pledged to paying hourly staff even if they are asked to stay home.
Hopefully you're not too attached to the John Legend voice for Google Assistant. He's going to disappear towards the end of this month.
What is Google doing to Stop the Coronavirus? Offering Free Advanced G Suite Conference Highlights to Decrease Contamination Risk!
The ongoing spread of the coronavirus or Covid-19 cannot be handled well without the help of the able which is why Google's decision to make Advanced G Suite Conference Highlights free for everyone is a big help to limit the spread of infection.
You can now use an Android device as the tether when you jailbreak with the help of Checkra1n. It's an update to the Checkm8 bootrom exploit and works on iOS 12.3 onwards.
Don't Open Facebook or Google Today; Over Millions of Websites Pose 'Insecure' Warnings Due to Failed Security
Can you survive a day without your most visited websites like Facebook or Google? Looks like today, March 4 will be the best time to test this out as Let's Encrypt security certificate distributor lets millions of websites prone to hacking for 24 hours!
A group of security researchers have discovered a new method to hack smartphone voice assistants, including those used by Siri and Google by sending ultrasonic waves.
If your Huawei device was manufactured after March 16, 2019, you can no longer have Google apps on your new phone or tablet. This is after the latter banned Huawei from working with any of the U.S. companies.
Phishing Alert! Don't Open Office 365 Update Through Google Docs Form Or Your Microsoft Credentials Will Be Compromised!
Phishing campaign in the guise of Google Docs forms asks for updating of Office 365 accounts to create fake Microsoft login pages to harvest corporate user credentials.
For a surveillance system, the last thing users would want to happen is for the system to crash! Google Nest is unavailable as of the moment, and users are expressing their outrages towards Google.
European finance ministers, meeting at the G20 in Riyadh, are pushing the United States for a global tax deal as a year-end deadline looms. However, the most intense digital tax conflict between the US and France could start a major trade war.
Google has recently removed and banned almost 600 Android apps for displaying Obnoxious Ads. The company discovered that the ads are displaying even when an app is not in use.
Today, the Gmail search feature is getting an important update that will allow the users to more simply and conveniently narrow results to finally find a particular email. Now, with this upgraded version, the new filters, which is also called "search chips" will directly appear underneath the search box in just one and easy access
Google would soon have two new upgrades in Gmail to managing your brimming inbox easier than ever before, including more categories and helpful cards.
While ToTok was initially removed by Apple and Google, the Play Store later restored the messaging service. The Android app today looks to have been pulled again.
[HOW TO] Valentine's Day Google Assistant Hacks: Play Music, Cook Meals, or Even Say 'I Love You' in 8 Languages
It's only few hours left before Valentine's day comes in your way! Are you already preparing for this special day for your partner? If not yet, looks like you might need to rush now. Or let Google Assistant help you with these tricks.
A study found 11 out of 51 U.S States want to know how to break up in Google search! Hence, if you're planning to set up a date with someone on Valentine's Day, make sure they didn't come from here.
Nintendo expects the deadly coronavirus outbreak in China to cause “inevitable” delays in production and shipments of its popular Switch gaming console for Japan.
How Will App Developers Benefit from GDSA? China Tech Giants Unite To Create Google Play Alternative Google Play
Huawei, Oppo, Vivo and Xiaomi are said to be creating a new app platform called the Global Developer Service Alliance (GDSA). Here's how app developers will benefit.
The Google Maps gets overhauled on Android and iPhone on its 15th birthday. The application puts more features front and center, with new public transit and augmented reality options coming in March.
Google reported that some people who used the "Takeout" tool sometime in November may have encountered the glitch. Data security advocates laud the tech giant's quick response but.. Read more here.
Google Fiber is getting out of the TV business. The tech giant will focus on high-speed internet service instead.
A German artist illustrated how it is possible to create a virtual traffic jam in Google Maps by walking around the streets of Berlin with 99 cell phones.
Google Photos is always gaining new smart features to help organize and manage your pictures. Now, Google is trialing a new way to offer printed versions of your favorite photos delivered straight to your doorstep.
If you're good at hacking stuff, why not put in a good use and let Google reward you? That's right, Google wants you to hack them! In fact, an estimated $21 million were already distributed since the Google Bug Bounty started on 2010. What are you waiting for?
Google has recently announced that there will be no more free-of-charge legal Google documents once police authorities request them from the company. If the government aims to get your details, a certain amount must be paid.
Google is now providing tech support for those who are in need of Android technical issues. Here's more to the story.