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David Vranicar
Google Now Encrypting Searches in China
03/14/14 4:15 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 501 Words

... Google's years-long spat with Beijing just began a new chapter. The company has begun encrypting searches made by people in China, where Google has long run afoul of regulations designed to keep a tight lid on searches deemed inappropriate.

Google's...

Richard Adhikari
Google Duo Aims to Make Video Calling Super-Easy
08/16/16 1:09 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 698 Words

... Google on Monday launched Google Duo , a one-on-one video calling app that runs on iOS and Android . The app will be available worldwide in the next few days, said Justin Uberti, principal software engineer at Google.

Duo switches from...

Richard Adhikari
Google May Paint IoT Fuchsia
08/15/16 4:06 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 533 Words

... team at Google is working on a new operating system called "Fuchsia," according to information that recently turned up on Github , but details are sparse.

Fuchsia "is a new open source project that is not at all related to Android...

Richard Adhikari
Google Transparency Report Shows Government Data Demands Rising
07/20/16 10:32 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 580 Words

... number of government requests to Google for citizens' personal data rose in the second half of 2015, according to the company's latest Transparency Report , released Monday. The number has been trending upward for the past few years as the number of...

Richard Adhikari
Google Dabbles in Post-Quantum Cryptography
07/12/16 2:06 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 666 Words

... Google last week announced an experiment with post-quantum cryptography in Chrome. A small fraction of connections between Google's servers and Chrome on the desktop will use a post-quantum key-exchange algorithm in addition to the elliptic-curve key-exchange algorithm already being used. The idea...

Richard Adhikari
Google's Abacus May Count Out Passwords
05/24/16 3:38 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 642 Words

... the end of the year, Android devs will be able to use a trust API from Google's Project Abacus in their apps, Google ATAP Director Dan Kaufman suggested at last week's I/O conference. The API, which will run in the background...

Peter Suciu
Google Patents Tech to Limit Injuries in Vehicle-Pedestrian Accidents
05/20/16 2:19 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 661 Words

... United States Patent and Trademark Office earlier this week granted Google a patent for "Adhesive Vehicle Front End For Mitigation of Secondary Pedestrian Impact." The patent application, filed a year and a half ago, credits Google employees Alex Khaykin and Daniel Lynn...

Richard Adhikari
Google, Movidius to Bring Deep Learning to Mobile Devices
01/29/16 2:24 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 623 Words

Movidius on Wednesday announced that it's working with Google to put deep learning on mobile devices. Google will source Movidius' latest flagship chip -- the MA2450 -- and software development environment, and will contribute to Movidius' neural network technology road map in return.

Richard Adhikari
No Time to Respond to Email? Let Google Do It
11/06/15 12:13 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 637 Words

... Google this week unveiled Smart Reply for Gmail on iOS and Android . It uses machine intelligence and neural networks to suggest up to three possible responses for incoming email, based on the content of those emails.

The system learns from...

John P. Mello Jr.
Many Product Searchers Skip Google, Go Directly to Amazon
10/07/15 10:17 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 632 Words

Threat to Google
An increase in the use of mobile devices to carry out searches may be feeding Amazon's popularity as a first-stop site.

"Mobile and the Amazon app in particular are probably partly responsible for this," said Greg...

Richard Adhikari
Google Gives WebView the Cold Shoulder
01/30/15 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 628 Words

... Google has decided not to fix vulnerabilities in WebView for Android 4.3 and older, sparking heated discussions among developers. Those versions of WebView run on the WebKit browser. Fixing them "required changes to significant portions of the code and was no longer...

Katherine Noyes
2014's Top Google Play Picks: Fitness, Netflix, Frozen and More
12/12/14 1:05 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 622 Words

... and fitness was the fastest-growing category of apps on Google Play this year, according to a report Google published on Thursday. MyFitnessPal was the most-downloaded app within that category, while Duolingo led the education category. Facebook was top among social apps named...

Katherine Noyes
Google Dips a Toe in Ad-Free Waters
11/21/14 12:42 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 581 Words

'We Just Aren't That Into You'
"It sounds like a noble idea, and it's in keeping with Google's history of testing interesting ideas, but I don't think it's going to be as affordable for readers as ads are for...

Kris Holt
Gadget Ogling: Apple vs. Google, a Bossy Activity Tracker, and Feeling Your Path
10/18/14 6:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 850 Words

... Apple and Google both coming out swinging, there's much to touch on in this week's edition of Gadget Dreams And Nightmares, a look at newly announced gadgets.
Both companies have brand new mobile devices on the way. There's also an...

Richard Adhikari
Google Buys Developer of Tremor-Canceling Tech
09/12/14 12:29 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 594 Words

... Google has purchased Lift Labs , which produces battery-operated utensils that make it easier for people with essential tremor or Parkinson's disease to eat their meals. Parkinson's patients' hands shake, making it difficult for them to eat or drink. Lift Labs' products,...

Katherine Noyes
Google Gives Glass a Good Polish
08/26/14 2:32 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 614 Words

... update to the software that runs Glass gives users of Google's wearable computing device more control over their interactions with contacts. The latest version of the software -- also known as version XE20.1 -- adds the flexibility to choose how to...

Rachelle Dragani
Google Pinpoints Ads That Get Customers on the Horn
08/19/14 2:07 PM PT | CRM Buyer | 511 Words

... Google has launched a new service that lets advertisers track their ads' success at generating phone calls following user clicks. The AdWords tool, called "Website Call Conversions," is designed to help marketers tweak their online ads to prompt more valuable phone inquiries.

Richard Adhikari
Google's Project Zero Cybersecurity Watch: No Excuses
07/15/14 1:32 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 608 Words

... Google on Tuesday announced Project Zero, an effort to speed up the security bug-fixing process. A team of cybersecurity experts will go after vulnerabilities in any and all software, notify the vendors, and then file bug reports in a public database so...

David Vranicar
Google's EU Migraine Rears Up
05/21/14 9:22 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 575 Words

... about that breakthrough between Google and European antitrust regulators... The European Union's antitrust chief might pursue a tougher stance on Google than the one outlined in a February agreement , which was believed to have end -- finally -- the legal circus...

David Vranicar
Fallout Begins Following EU Google Decision
05/15/14 11:01 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 535 Words

... week's landmark ruling from the European Court of Justice, which says that Google and other Internet companies could be forced to remove search results upon request, has been a hot topic around the globe. * The ruling was "astonishing," according to Wikipedia...

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