Google Pixel 3 Vs Pixel 3 XL: What’s The Difference?

The world’s most leaked smartphones are finally here. Consequently, we know almost everything about Google ’s new Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL but that doesn’t stop them from being two of the most controversial flagship phones available. They also pack several surprises which Google didn’t mention during the launch. Here’s everything you need to...
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Google Plus Will Be Shut Down After User Information Was Exposed

Article source: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/10/08/technology/google-plus-security-disclosure.html
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In $9B Business Search Market Algolia Tops Google

In May, I took a group of undergraduates to Paris to learn more about its startup scene. During our visit, only one company we visited was in a hurry to hire talent from around the world. The company is Algolia, a provider of enterprise search services, with then-new offices on the penthouse floors behind Paris-Saint-Lazare station....
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Mr. Google Goes to Washington

For more than a year, Alphabet ’s (GOOGL) Google has successfully avoided the social-media slapdown that has dogged Facebook (FB) and Twitter (TWTR) by taking the late Marcel Marceau’s approach: deathly silence. While its peers were being grilled by federal lawmakers, bashed by Wall Street analysts, and dissected by a ravenous press, Google was absent—down...
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New Google Image Search Feature Will Please Photographers

Google’s latest search update is great news for photographers, especially for those whose images are frequently reproduced without permission. Searching for images on Google makes it all too easy to misappropriate copyrighted images and videos, often without even realising it. However, the search giant has recently taken some much-needed steps towards respecting the rights of...
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It’s Google’s Turn in Washington’s Glare

Article source: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/09/26/technology/google-conservatives-washington.html
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Google’s new voice is Roku

Google looks to make a big splash at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show, touting the Google Assistant. It’s advertising Google on the Las Vegas Monorail. (Photo: Jefferson Graham) Apple TV has Siri, Amazon’s Fire TV has Alexa, and now, Roku has joined forces with the Google Assistant to bring an established voice to its popular streaming...
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White House Considers Draft Order to Look Into Google, Facebook

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Google still lets third-party apps scan your Gmail data

Google is defending its policy to allow third-party apps to access and share data from Gmail accounts, according to a letter made public Thursday. Gmail, which has over 1.4 billion users globally, lets third-party developers integrate services into its email platform, such as trip planners and custom relationship management systems. “Developers may share data with...
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Google will now show bosses if employees are actually using its apps

<!– –> MENUSEARCH QUOTES Tech Google is launching a new tool for its business customers that allows managers to see whether employees are actually using its G Suite productivity apps like Gmail, Docs for document creation and sharing, Sheets for spreadsheets, or Slides for presentations. G Suite is a distant rival to Microsoft’s Office 365...
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