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    As it tries to catch up with the popular features offered by some of its younger competitors, Cisco’s Webex has unveiled virtual backgrounds for its videoconferences. Users can either apply a “blur” effect to mask their background or replace with one of Webex’s preset background images. Zoom, the most popular videoconferencing app of the moment, and rivals Google Meet and Microsoft Teams all allow users to upload their own custom images for background displays. Webex is one of the...
    A VIRGIN Mary statue was vandalized outside a Catholic school in Queens in an act described as disgraceful. The word idol was daubed in black paint across the statue, by a vandal who was captured on surveillance footage. 3 The word idol was scrawled across the statueCredit: Google Maps The incident happened early on Friday outside Cathedral Prep School and Seminary in Queens. Staff at the private Elmhurst high school discovered the vandalism when they arrived for work on Friday....
    Extremely, Google’s Home wise speaker hasn’t been refreshed in more than 3 years. Yes, the US organization has introduced a new mini speaker and launched its Nest Hub gadgets that feature an in-constructed screen. But, if it’s the typical Google Home you have been seeking to see refreshed you have been left mightily dissatisfied for way far too extended. Having said that, immediately after decades of ready, it would seem that’s all about to modify. Rumours have been rife that...
    Caitlin McGarryJust now•Filed to:GoogleGooglePrivacyfitbitSaveFitbit’s devices, like the Versa 2 smartwatch, collect a ton of health data.Photo: Victoria Song European regulators are examining Google’s deal to acquire Fitbit, even seeking perspective from healthcare providers and the company’s rival wearable device makers. This appears to be making Google sweat a little bit, according to a Reuters report, because the company may be planning to offer a binding pledge not to use Fitbit health data to target ads. Google to regulators, in short:...
    The biggest movie news of the week is that Euphoria creator Sam Levinson has completed a movie while in lockdown. The film, titled Malcolm & Marie, stars John David Washington and Zendaya, and was shot in compliance with WGA, DGA and SAG-AFTRA approvals and COVID-19 safety protocol. Other details are scant, though the initial report on the film compares it to Netflix’s Marriage Story. As for what else is on the way, Ernest Cline’s book Ready Player One is getting...
    Dr. Robert Epstein, the senior research psychologist at the American Institute for Behavioral Research and Technology, joined Breitbart News’ Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow on Breitbart News Daily to discuss how Google hopes to shift 10 percent of the voting public away from Trump to fulfill a company executive’s stated goal of making populism nothing more than a “blip in history.” Dr. Robert Epstein, the senior research psychologist at the American Institute for Behavioral Research and Technology, appeared on Breitbart News Daily...
    Google has scrapped a plan to launch cloud computing services in China and other countries with heated political climates, according to Bloomberg News. The “Isolated Region” project would have provided cloud services that would be managed by government agencies, companies or other third parties in “politically sensitive” countries. The project wouldve allowed Google to continue developing its cloud service sector to get a foothold into countries like China and members of the European Union that have strict rules on collecting and processing user data. However, the...
    The new Google Nest intelligent speaker. This is an formal photograph from Google. Because there are speakers to the left and ideal listed here, this implies the speakers assistance stereo mode. Google Japan MIC’s pictures. These were so ugly Google launched its individual formal graphic. The bottom rubber foot and DC jack. The mute swtich. Component of the internals. A Marvell 88W8987 chip, which is just for 802.11ac...
    Starting August 11th, Google is banning advertisements for “stalkerware” apps and hardware, which enable someone to track the phone activity or movement of another person. These apps and hardware tend to be used for “intimate partner surveillance,” according to an update on Google’s advertising policies change log. The apps are already banned in Google and Apple’s app stores, however some still slip through while others are available directly on developers’ websites. The update further specifies that affected products include, “spyware/malware...
    What could easily seem the most common app of all, has been discovered in the Android app store as a threat to one of the most sensitive user data. According to cybersecurity firm Avast, a calculator app could steal bank details stored on Android devices. The app called simply “Currency Calculator” It has a Trojan identified as “Cerberus”, which was kept hidden during the first days of the app on Google Play, according to experts. Unlike similar situations, this time...
    Coronavirus contact tracing apps are not all theyve cracked up to be and those being used in France and Australia have flopped, experts warn.  In France, two million people downloaded the StopCovid app but only 14 people received alerts that they were at risk in three weeks of the app being in operation.  Australia faced the same problem, with six million people downloading COVIDSafe but in Victoria, a state currently in the grip of a new outbreak, it produced no useful...
    Google recently ditched an effort to launch cloud computing services in China and other countries amid concerns about growing political tensions, according to a report. The tech behemoth in May scrapped its “Isolated Region” project, in which Google planned to offer cloud services in “politically sensitive” countries that would be controlled by a government agency, local company or other third party, Bloomberg News reported. The project reportedly would have paved the way for Google to grow its burgeoning cloud...
    Google’s 2020 Pixel lineup may look a bit different than usual if the latest product names found in the company’s Google search app are any indication. Instead of the expected Pixel 5 and Pixel 5 XL monikers, Google is apparently working on a “Pixel 4a (5G)” and a “Pixel 5,” via 9to5Google. Those two phones were previously discovered under the codenames of “redfin” and “bramble” by XDA-Developers. Both were set to offer a Snapdragon 765G processor with built-in 5G support....
    Whatever industry you are in or are aiming to enter, having a deep understanding of data analytics can help you drive results for your customers.  This is where Google Analytics comes in. With this marketing platform, you can easily see how your customers are engaging with your content, discover game-changing insights from raw data, connect what you have learned in order to create ads worth clicking on, and so, so much more. With all this, it is no wonder that more than...
    Dell CameronA minute ago•Filed to:AntitrustAntitrustGooglecaliforniaSaveAlphabet CEO Sundar Pichai gestures during a session with World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, on January 22, 2020. Photo: Fabrice Coffrini (Getty Images) Amid ongoing investigations by the federal government and almost every other state, California has reportedly launched its own antitrust probe into the world’s biggest advertising agency, Google, as it continues to face scrutiny by U.S. and foreign regulators over its dominance in the online advertising industry, and the potential abuse thereof. Politico,...
    Google recently ditched an effort to launch cloud computing services in China and other countries amid concerns about growing political tensions, according to a report. The tech behemoth in May scrapped its “Isolated Region” project, in which Google planned to offer cloud services in “politically sensitive” countries that would be controlled by a government agency, local company or other third party, Bloomberg News reported. The project reportedly would have paved the way for Google to grow its burgeoning cloud business...
    Sam Rutherford3 minutes ago•Filed to:The leaks were legitThe leaks were legitGoogle HomeGoogle Assistantsmart speakersnestGoogle Nest Homeconsumer techSavePhoto: Google Apparently the cat is out of the bag because after images from regulatory filings depicting Google’s next smart speaker leaked earlier this week, Google decided to release an official teaser of the Nest team’s upcoming device. While Google made no mention of the gadget’s official name, price, or release date, just a quick look at the image above basically confirms that...
    Coronavirus updates: US COVID-19 deaths begin to climb again I spent the night in a New York hotel that made 3 core changes to help guests feel safe during the pandemic — and I think it sets a good model for beachfront hotels everywhere Russia to allow spectators at Sochi Formula One race (Reuters) - Russia will allow spectators to attend its Formula One grand prix in Sochi in September after the season started behind closed doors in Austria...
    The Google logo features the Eiffel Tower on the Google campus in Mountain View, CA.Susana Bates | Getty Images Google says it will no longer allow ads for products or services marketed for tracking or monitoring another person without their authorization.  In an ad policy update, Google said this will apply to spyware and technology used for intimate partner surveillance, including tech used to monitor texts, phone calls or browsing history. It also applies to GPS trackers marketed to spy on someone...
    For 15 years, Google has been running Google Earth, one of the most popular technology tools in the world 15 years ago he was born Google Earth, a tool that aims to host geographic images of the planet, aerial and satellite photographs, geographic data and images of Street view so users around the world could access them and explore places from another perspective. For Google, not only technology has been in charge of building this platform, but, throughout 15...
    Google has reportedly abandoned plans to offer a major new cloud service in China and other politically sensitive countries due to growing geopolitical tensions and the ongoing Wuhan coronavirus pandemic. Bloomberg reports that Google has abandoned plans to launch a major cloud service in China and other politically sensitive countries due partly to concerns of geopolitical tensions and the ongoing Wuhan coronavirus pandemic, according to two Google employees familiar with the matter. In May, Google shut down the cloud initiative...
    Google has responded to the inadvertent reveal of a new Nest smart speaker through regulatory filings by, well, confirming its existence. The company just sent The News Brig an official photo of the device, referring to it only as “what the Nest team is working on from home.” The speaker looks somewhere between the pillowy Nest Mini and the larger Google Home Max, with a similar ability to stand vertically. The picture shows it wrapped in a blue fabric, while...
    The folks at Nest couldn’t have been happy to see their next project revealed through grubby photos used for technical certification, so tonight they sent out a proper image and teaser video of the new device. If you’re looking for more information about exactly what it can do, they didn’t say, but based on the rumors that have surfaced since the original Google Home was discontinued, this “Prince” device is intended as a rival to the Sonos One. It’s still...
    Intelligent Displays and Android Television set sets double as superb image frames when not actively currently being used. Both equally platforms are now in the procedure of selecting up a new “Captured on Pixel” background selection. To customise, stop by the Google Residence configurations for each and every system. Backgrounds on Android Tv set are a aspect of “Ambient Method,” while it is “Photo Frame” on Assistant Wise Displays. Beneath “Art gallery,” there have extensive been 4 classes: Showcased photographs...
    Google has long struggled with getting device manufacturers to update older devices to the latest version of Android, but the company announced today that it’s starting to see some success, with Android 10 seeing the fastest adoption rates of any version of Android. According to Google, Android 10 was installed on 100 million devices five months after its launch in September 2019 — 28 percent faster than it took the company to reach a similar milestone for Android Pie. Google...