December 2, 2022
Sci & Tech

Use Google to find World Cup broadcast locations in your area

In order to help fans and follow the event through Search, Maps, and Google TV, Google is releasing a number of services before to the FIFA World Cup 2022 beginning on November 20.Fans can input their preferred or national football team in the search bar and then tap the bell icon on the far right […]

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Soon, Gmail will allow you to track your packages right from your inbox

Online package tracking may be rather time-consuming because trackers frequently direct you back and forth between many websites, some of which may not even be functional. With a forthcoming feature for Gmail that will allow you to monitor your packages right from your inbox, Google hopes to address this problem. When your delivery is being […]

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Google will remove Street View from the App Store

By March 2023, Google will stop supporting its standalone app, Street View, and it won’t be accessible through the app store any longer.The software, which is available for iOS and Android, would allow users to use Street View to explore locations on Google Maps. The standalone app is unnecessary because Google Maps also offers this […]

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South Korea record fines for privacy violations are levied against Google and Meta

SEUL: South Korea has penalised Google and Meta more than $71 million for collecting users’ personal information without their agreement to create personalised advertisements. This is the largest data protection fine ever levied in the nation. According to the Personal Information Protection Commission, investigations into the two US IT behemoths revealed that they had been […]

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Google pays quiet tribute to Queen Elizabeth’s passing

In memory of Queen Elizabeth II, who passed on the previous day, Google is showing a muted grey version of her portrait on its home page. Sundar Pichai, the CEO of Alphabet, sent a tweet to His Royal Majesty expressing his sympathies and praising the queen for her leadership and public service. He also extended […]

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Due to a security risk, Google strongly advises Chrome users to update their browser right away

After fixing 27 security flaws, Google encouraged its users to update their browsers.The organisation has discovered 11 additional security flaws in Google Chrome and is advising users to upgrade their browsers right away. Google just published a blog post detailing the most recent upgrade, stating that the new Chrome versions (104.0.5112.102/101 for Windows and 104.0.5112.101 […]

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The highest court in Australia rules that Google is not responsible for libel

SYDNEY: The top court in Australia on Wednesday rejected a claim that Google had broken the law by linking to a contentious newspaper story, drawing further attention to the country’s procedures for addressing internet libel claims. The High Court of Australia’s seven-judge panel voted 5-2 to overturn a previous decision that the website had an […]

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Google is ordered to pay $43 million by an Australian court for deceiving users

The Federal Court of Australia ordered Alphabet Inc.’s Google business to pay A$60 million ($42.7 million) in fines for deceiving customers about the acquisition of their personal location data, the country’s competition authority said on Friday. The court determined that Google misled some customers regarding the personal location data that was collected through their Android […]

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Google opposes a self-regulatory agency in India proposed by Facebook, according to sources

NEW DEHLI: According to those familiar with the discussions, Google has severe reservations about establishing a self-regulatory organisation in India to hear user complaints, even though the initiative has the support of Facebook and Twitter. India proposed in June the formation of a government panel to hear user complaints about content moderation decisions, but has […]

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Google claims a government ban in blocking Krafton’s battle royale game in India

NEW SELECTIONS: Google, a subsidiary of Alphabet Inc., on Thursday disabled access to a well-known battle-royale-format game created by a South Korean company, Krafton, citing a directive from the Indian government. After falling more than 9% on Friday due to the announcement, Krafton shares swiftly recovered and fell only 5.7 percent.The American tech giant claimed […]

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