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Google has plans to release a small version of Google Home
Aug22

Google has plans to release a small version of Google Home

Just like Amazon’s Echo Dot Google Home might have a smaller version   Most of you are familiar with smart devices for your home such as Amazon Echo or Google Home. The latest rumor mill is about Google’s Home smart speaker. According to report the speaker might have a smaller version and it will become Amazon’s Echo Dot competitor. If the reports are true Google Home will release a series with smaller version of the popular...

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Android O Is Officially Android 8.0 Oreo – When Can You Get It?
Aug22

Android O Is Officially Android 8.0 Oreo – When Can You Get It?

Google finally unveiled its latest Android. On the Eclipse Day, Google hosted a launch event in NY to launch Android 8.0 or officially known as Android 8.0 Oreo. Like its predecessors, Oreo is a snack-theme codename. Google partnered with Nabisco, maker of Oreo, for this release. The unveiling also came with a statue — the superhero Android Oreo. The latest Android starts to ship out across the usual methods of distribution....

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Xiaomi and Google may collaborate over a new Android One phone
Aug21

Xiaomi and Google may collaborate over a new Android One phone

Rumor has it that Xiaomi might present an alternate device for Mi 5X The Chinese company Xiaomi is known worldwide for its electronic products. Especially for its low-price handsets and smartphones. Now, the company wants to make a step forward and it looks like that they are going to test the Android One group. According to a report from Krispitech – a media source from Indonesia – Xiaomi and Google are working together...

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Google Pays Apple Billions Of Dollars A Year To Remain As Default Search Engine On iOS Devices
Aug21

Google Pays Apple Billions Of Dollars A Year To Remain As Default Search Engine On iOS Devices

Apple and Google are two of the biggest companies in tech. They always compete as if there’s no tomorrow. But they are also friends by partnering in some deals. One of the deals they made is for Google to pay Apple a ton of money just to stay as the default search engine on iOS.  On Monday, Bernstein stated in a note that the Internet search giant would pay iPhone-maker $3 billion this year. It’s an increase from $1 billion three...

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Australian Federal Courts Ordered ISPs To Block Access To 59 Piracy Sites
Aug21

Australian Federal Courts Ordered ISPs To Block Access To 59 Piracy Sites

It’s a major victory for both Hollywood and the local filmmakers and industries. On Friday, Australian Federal courts ordered major ISPs to block access to 59 websites. These websites are known to carry film and TV content illegally. For several years, movie studios and distributors are fighting legal battles. In one of the cases, the judge ordered telecommunication companies, such as Optus, TPG, and Telstra to prevent their...

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Apple Pay Disables Payment Support From Sites Selling White Nationalist Apparel
Aug17

Apple Pay Disables Payment Support From Sites Selling White Nationalist Apparel

Apple is taking a stand against sites that sell products from white nationalists. It started on Wednesday when Apple confirmed that it did cut off support for several sites selling sweaters with Nazi logos or t-shirts with “white pride” phrase. After the demonstrations on Saturday, the MacBook-maker blocked white nationalist sites from using its payment system — Apple Pay. Apple Pay forbids any incorporation to sites that promote...

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