YouTube is testing video download feature for desktop web browser

YouTube is testing video download feature for desktop web browser reports Android Police. If know that if you’re eligible for the test, which runs through October 19th, check out YouTube’s experimental features page, which lists tests available for Premium subscribers. According to Google: If you have opted in and on a supported browser i.e. the latest versions […]

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Google is reportedly moving its US bound Nest production out of China: Bloomberg

Google is moving its production of US-bound Nest devices and server hardware out of China in order to avoid tariffs as high as 25 percent, reports Bloomberg. Production of motherboards heading to Google’s US data centers have moved to Taiwan, while Nest devices heading Stateside are now being produced in Taiwan and Malaysia. The moves are […]

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Google to removing 100 apps from Chinese Developer from PlayStore

Google is reportedly removing apps from a Chinese Android app developer DO Global which holds roughly 100 apps in the Play Store with over 600 million installs and is partly owned by Internet major Baidu. Forty six apps from DO Global have already been removed from the Play Store and the company intends to ban […]

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Google employees can now report harassment on its new website

Google has recently announced a dedicated website to make it easier for workers to report harassment. “We’ve simplified and clarified the way employees can raise concerns by bringing multiple channels together on a new dedicated site,” Melonie Parker, Global Director of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, said in a blog post. Google said it is also […]

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Google and Facebook could face a new regulator under proposed UK plan

In a detailed proposal released today, the United Kingdom laid out a plan for more closely regulating the tech industry, which is the latest crackdown on Big Tech in Europe. The white paper, produced by the UK’s secretary of state for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport and the secretary of state for the Home Department, says more […]

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Google start testing its AR navigation feature for Google Maps

Google has recently started testing its AR navigation feature for Google Maps. The feature is currently being tested and is only available to some of users. Now this new AR navigation feature was revealed by Google at last year’s I/O developer’s conference. The new augmented reality feature for Google Maps, which would provide people with […]

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Google will start deleting Google+ users data starting from April 2nd

Google has already announced plans to shut down Google+. And now the company has officially announced the timeline for how and when Google+ will go away. According to the reports starting from February 4th, you will no longer be able to create new Google+ profiles, pages, communities, or events. Comments generated by Google+ on external websites will […]

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Google to pay €50 million for GDPR violation in France

France’s data protection regulator, CNIL, has issued Google a €50 million fine for failing to comply with its GDPR obligations. This is the biggest GDPR fine yet to be issued by a European regulator and the first time one of the tech giants has been found to violate the new regulations that came into force in May […]

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Google wins the dismissal of facial recognition lawsuit

Google has been facing a lawsuit since 2016 for alleging scanning and saving the bio-metric data of a woman who was unwittingly captured in 11 photos taken by a Google Photos user on Android. The lawsuit over facial recognition privacy has just been dismissed by a judge in Chicago, who found that the plaintiff didn’t […]

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