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  • Popular Android applications that collected Facebook credentials have been removed by Google

    Popular Android applications that collected Facebook credentials have been removed by Google

    Google continues to rush to remove Android applications that violate user privacy. According to Ars Technica, Google has taken nine applications from the Play Store after Dr. Web researchers determined that they were trojans that stole Facebook login credentials. The virus had a total of 5.8 million downloads and posed as popular programmes like “Horoscope Daily” and “Rubbish Cleaner,”…

  • Support for digital COVID vaccination cards is being built onto Android by Google

    Support for digital COVID vaccination cards is being built onto Android by Google

    Google is allowing Android users to keep a digital vaccination card, known as a COVID Card, on their phone using Android’s built-in passes system. In the beginning, the functionality will only be available in the United States, and it will rely on assistance from healthcare professionals, local governments, and other organizations that are authorized to administer COVID vaccines. COVID test results…

  • Nest has promised to improve the security of its smart home devices

    Nest has promised to improve the security of its smart home devices

    Google has pledged to follow five new safety rules in order to make people feel safer when using its smart home products such as the Nest Hub Max, Chromecast Ultra, and the recently announced Google Wifi Gen 2.  A commitment to five years of software and security upgrades, as well as insight into which devices are linked to…

  • On Google Meet, here’s how to share audio

    On Google Meet, here’s how to share audio

    Google Meet and Zoom have made it simple for anybody to hold video meetings and share their screen with other attendees. However, in some situations, while sharing a video via Google Meet, the audio may not function. This is because, other from the Chrome browser, Google Meet does not enable audio sharing from other computer programmes. Here’s how…

  • Google warns its users that its search results might be unreliable

    Google warns its users that its search results might be unreliable

    When search results are rapidly altering around a breaking news, Google will now notify users. Some searches will now display a warning that “it appears that these results are changing quickly,” with a subheading that “if this topic is new, it may take time for trustworthy sources to contribute results.” In a blog post, the firm advises visitors…

  • Google has updated its online safety curriculum for youngsters with new lectures on gaming, video, and other topics

    Google has updated its online safety curriculum for youngsters with new lectures on gaming, video, and other topics

    Google said today that it is upgrading and extending its Be Internet Awesome digital safety and citizenship programme, which is targeted at teaching school-aged children how to safely surf the internet.  According to Google, the curriculum, which was first presented four years ago, now covers 30 nations and millions of children. Google has added over a dozen…

  • End-to-end encryption is now available in the Android Messages app

    End-to-end encryption is now available in the Android Messages app

    Along with a slew of new features throughout Android, Google has finally enabled end-to-end encryption (E2EE) in the Messages app for everyone. E2EE communications have been available to beta testers since November.  We know End-to-end encryption (E2EE) is a communication system in which only the people conversing may read the messages. In theory, it prohibits prospective…

  • Android 12 Beta 2’s Best Features

    Android 12 Beta 2’s Best Features

    Android 12 Beta 2 was released this week to all beta testers, bringing with it a slew of new features and settings for them to experiment with. While the Android 12 beta is currently only accessible for Pixel smartphones, don’t get too excited; Android 12 is still months away from a stable release, and this latest iteration…

  • ProtonMail gets a makeover as it focuses on customer privacy

    ProtonMail gets a makeover as it focuses on customer privacy

    ProtonMail, a private email service with additional customization choices and an easy-to-use interface, has a new appearance that makes sending emails easier than ever for people worried about their online privacy. Users may customize their inboxes with a variety of layouts and themes.  ProtonMail, the service’s web-based email client, has undergone a complete redesign after a little more than seven years after it…

  • Multiple User Upgrade to Google TV Coming

    Multiple User Upgrade to Google TV Coming

    As TV brands banter whether to sell TV’s with WebOS Vs Google TV which used to be called Android TV Google is tipped to be moving to a redesign that will convey singular screen inclinations.   9to5Google as of late dove into the source code of the most recent version of the working framework and discovered notice of personalized home…