Google updates privacy policy following Chrome 69 Sync controversy

Google updates privacy policy following Chrome 69 Sync controversy

Google is under fire for how Chrome 69 behaves. When you log into a Google service, you're automatically logged into the browser, raising serious privacy concerns. Google was forced to address its tactics and update its policy.The post Google updates privacy policy following Chrome 69 Sync controversy appeared first on Digital Trends.
From Android 1.0 to Android 9.0, here’s how Google’s OS evolved over a decade

From Android 1.0 to Android 9.0, here’s how Google’s OS evolved...

It's hard to believe, but Android has been around for almost a decade now. From Android 1.0 to Android 9.0 Pie, here's the history of Android and the changes that came with each new software iteration.The post From Android 1.0 to Android 9.0, here’s how Google’s OS evolved over a decade appeared first on Digital Trends.
How to Force-Quit Misbehaving Apple Watch Apps

How to Force-Quit Misbehaving Apple Watch Apps

Apple Watch apps rarely misbehave, but if one becomes non-responsive or fails to refresh data, sometimes force-quitting the app and
How to Use macOS Mojave's New Dynamic Desktop Feature

How to Use macOS Mojave’s New Dynamic Desktop Feature

Apple in macOS Mojave introduced Dynamic Desktops, which are wallpapers that shift with the time of day, changing the lighting

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Microsoft and Shell build A.I. into gas stations to help spot smokers

Microsoft and Shell build A.I. into gas stations to help spot...

Shell and Microsoft have created a system for gas stations that can spot someone who's smoking or about to smoke. The platform uses multiple cameras, local computing power, and Microsoft's cloud intelligence system to do the job.The post Microsoft and Shell build A.I. into gas stations to help spot smokers appeared first on Digital Trends.
Microsoft and Shell build A.I. into gas stations to help spot smokers

Microsoft and Shell build A.I. into gas stations to help spot...

Shell and Microsoft have created a system for gas stations that can spot someone who's smoking or about to smoke. The platform uses multiple cameras, local computing power, and Microsoft's cloud intelligence system to do the job.The post Microsoft and Shell build A.I. into gas stations to help spot smokers appeared first on Digital Trends.

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