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The New York Times
Wait, did Oracle tip off world to Google's creepy always-on location tracking in Android?
The Register • Thomas Claburn
Facebook Messenger now supports high-resolution (4K) photos
Daily Dot • Phillip Tracy
Google is finally, officially starting work on its new $1.3 billion London HQ (GOOG, GOOGL)
Business Insider • Rob Price
Google's latest Pixel feature is your first look at the future of search
Mashable • Karissa Bell
[Update: Going live "over the coming weeks"] Lens is now rolling out to Google Assistant
Android Police - Android News, Apps, Games, Phones, Tablets » Wearables • Corbin Davenport
Google collects Android location data even if location service is off
Hack Read • Waqas
Belgian officials decide yes, loot boxes are gambling, and they'd like them banned
Gamasutra News • Alex Wawro
Your Android Phone Tells Google Where You Are, Even If You Tell It Not To — Tracking Users Since Start Of 2017
The Inquisitr News • Jonathan Vankin
 
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Subscribe: iTunes | Google Play Music In Book Review, Patricia Nelson Limerick reviews Caroline Fraser’s “Prairie Fires: The American Dreams of Laura Ingalls Wilder.” Limerick writes: On this week’s podcast, Fraser talks about “Prairie Fires”; Tiya Miles discusses “The Dawn of Detroit:...
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Wait, did Oracle tip off world to Google's creepy always-on location tracking in Android?
The RegisterThomas Claburn
War over Java spills into mobile privacy world Analysis Having evidently forgotten about that Street View Wi-Fi-harvesting debacle, Google has admitted constantly collecting the whereabouts of Android devices regardless of whether or not they have location tracking enabled. Between 2007 and 2010,...
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Facebook Messenger now supports high-resolution (4K) photos
Daily DotPhillip Tracy
Photos uploaded to Facebook Messenger are about to get a much-needed facelift. The social giant announced today that its immensely popular instant messaging app will now support “4K” photos, or images with a maximum of 4,096 pixels by 4,096 pixels. That’s a...
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Google is finally, officially starting work on its new $1.3 billion London HQ (GOOG, GOOGL)
Business InsiderRob Price
Better late than never. Google is finally, officially starting work on its new British headquarters in London, years after it was first announced. On Tuesday, Google held its official groundbreaking of the site, where it will build a "landscraper" designed by famous...
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Google's latest Pixel feature is your first look at the future of search
MashableKarissa Bell
One of Google's most powerful new features is finally rolling out to Pixel phones. Google Lens, the company's intelligent camera software that can analyze the world around you, is now rolling out to Google Assistant on Pixel phones. Announced earlier this year,...
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[Update: Going live "over the coming weeks"] Lens is now rolling out to Google Assistant
Android Police - Android News, Apps, Games, Phones, Tablets » WearablesCorbin Davenport
Lens was announced at Google I/O 2017, and began rolling out to Photos a few weeks ago. If you're not aware, Lens is a machine-learning powered spiritual successor to Google Goggles, as it can identify objects and landmarks in photos. Google said...
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Google collects Android location data even if location service is off
Hack ReadWaqas
Smartphones are fun to use, but what if someone is watching every step you take and collecting data of wherever you go? That is what Google has been up to. While the tech and search engine giant has failed to tackle its...
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Belgian officials decide yes, loot boxes are gambling, and they'd like them banned
Gamasutra NewsAlex Wawro
After roughly a week of scrutiny, the Belgian Gaming Commission has told local media outlet VTM that yes, "loot crate" monetization schemes in games do qualify as gambling. The details are somewhat jumbled since they come from VTM via Google Translate, but...
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Your Android Phone Tells Google Where You Are, Even If You Tell It Not To — Tracking Users Since Start Of 2017
The Inquisitr NewsJonathan Vankin
Users of smartphones with the Google Android operating system are being tracked by Google at all times — even when the “location services” option is switched off, according to new investigative report by Quartz Media published online on Tuesday. The Quartz investigation...
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