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Google relents: Legacy G Suite users will be able to migrate to free accounts

Keep up the pressure! — Last week, Google essentially told free G Suite users “pay up or lose your account.” Ron Amadeo – Jan 27, 2022 6:50 pm UTC There is hope for users of Google’s “legacy” free G Suite accounts. Last week, Google announced a brutal policy change—it would shut down the Google Apps…

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Google to launch a cheap Chromecast HD with an Amlogic processor and 2 GB of RAM

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Google Doodle offers a mini Wordle Easter egg

Google Google has added a mini Doodle in its top right corner paying homage to the most popular online word game around right now. If you Google the word “wordle,” a little gif will appear in the top left corner of your desktop or mobile screen where the Google logo usually sits. The gif flicks through a…

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This is how Google intends to track you

Google’s Privacy Sandbox – an initiative that claims to simultaneously protect users’ online privacy while also providing businesses with the information needed for targeted advertising – is getting a new feature that supposedly improves the latter without compromising the former. It’s called Topics, and according to Google, it’s meant to keep track of your potential…

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Google readies new interest-based advertising in next phase of Privacy Sandbox experiments

After years of speculation, setbacks, and criticism Google is trialing a new proposal in its Privacy Sandbox initiative called “Topics” which it claims will facilitate interest-based advertising long after it sunsets third-party cookies in its Chrome browser in 2023. How topics are chosen The proposed method of ad targeting will see the web browser determine…

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Google is currently testing a replacement for third party cookies

With the demise of third-party cookies on the horizon, advertisers and the internet’s gatekeepers are scrambling to come up with better ways to serve users relevant ads. Google launched its Privacy Sandbox in 2019 to look into suitable alternatives, announcing FLoC (or Federated Learning of Cohorts) last year. The plan to roll out FLoC was…

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Google Pixel 6a: 60 Hz display and 30 W charging incoming for Google’s next mid-range smartphone as rumoured pricing leaks

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Washington DC’s AG sues Google for ‘deceiving users and invading their privacy’

Google, no stranger to lawsuits about its practices these days, is facing a fresh legal broadside from Washington DC Attorney General Karl Racine. Racine (pictured) has launched an action claiming that Google has violated the Consumer Protection Procedures act in the state, specifically about location tracking. Essentially, Racine believes that while Google says its users…

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Google could release an upgraded Chromecast with Google TV

News @xguntherc Jan 24, 2022, 12:09 pm EST | 1 min read Justin DuinoGoogle’s latest Chromecast dongle with Google TV is one of the smartest streaming sticks, but an upgraded model could be on the way soon. While Google has continued to improve its current offering, reports suggest a Chromecast Ultra type device with Google…

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Google sued by multiple states over how it handles your location data

Google is facing a lawsuit related to its handling of location data. Angela Lang/CNET Attorneys general from Indiana, Texas, Washington state and Washington, DC, filed suits against Google over its use of location data, they announced Monday. The suits, which were filed in each states’ superior court, allege that the search giant makes it “nearly impossible”…