Google clearly shows if your vacation destination requires a quarantine

Covid-19: Google Clearly Shows if your Vacation Destination Requires a Quarantine

TRAVEL: It is possible to activate an e-mail alert to be informed in the event of a change in the quarantine measures With the gradual lifting of health restrictions linked to the coronavirus in several countries, the desire to travel is resuming. And Google has decided to make it easier to plan your next vacation, reports  Phonandroid. In a blog post entitled “Some useful tools […]

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Will the Google Pixel smartphone replace your keys and identity papers

Will Google Pixel Smartphones Replace Car Keys or Identity Documents?

INNOVATION: The Californian giant, Google has announced that it is working with other digital players to develop programs that will secure car keys and dematerialized identity documents. Google recently expressed its ambition to see its Pixel smartphones eventually replace various identity documents but also take the place of cash and car keys. To develop these projects, the Californian giant announced on […]

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Google will no longer track its users individually

Google: Your Searches Will No Longer Be Used to Track You and Show You Ads

PERSONAL DATA: Google plans to delete third-party cookies and therefore to eliminate ultra-personalized advertising Regularly criticized for its tracking practices, Google is trying to improve its image by offering a user experience that is more respectful of privacy. This is how the Mountain View firm has just announced that it will no longer develop new tools to […]

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Google Messages: Some smartphones could be deprived of messaging on April 1

Google Messages: Some Smartphones Could be Deprived of Messaging on April 1st

MESSAGING: Affected devices will not be able to accommodate the version of Google Messages that offer end-to-end message encryption Google Messages will stop working on some smartphones. As of April 1, 2021, some users will no longer be able to use the application, reveals Frandroid relaying information from the XDA-Developers site. The latter dug into the latest version of Google Messages and found […]

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Telegram, GAB, Parler ... Diving into social cauldrons where hatred smokes

Telegram, GAB, Parler … Diving into Social Cauldrons Where Hatred Smokes

The decision of large networks like Twitter or Facebook to suppress accounts that are too radical and belligerent irrigates the smaller platforms which claim absolute freedom of speech. The assault on the Capitol is praised there “I’m scared for GAB, Andrew. With this new atmosphere in front of us, GAB is certainly going to be attacked and […]

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With the “Digital Services Act”, the new European legislation will impose on all platforms “the duty to cooperate” to remove hate content.

How Europe is Trying to Fight Online Hatred and Disinformation with its “Digital Services Act”

SOCIAL NETWORKS: With the “Digital Services Act”, the new European legislation will impose on all platforms “the duty to cooperate” to remove hate content The Digital Services Act, which will be presented on December 15 by the European Commission, will for the first time impose “means obligations” on social networks in the moderation of content. The […]

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Huawei will launch the beta of its OS, Harmony, on December 18th

Harmony: Huawei will Launch the Beta of its OS on December 18th

SMARTPHONE: Harmony OS beta will only be available to developers, says an employee from the Chinese firm Huawei Huawei without Google is for now, or almost. Through a post on the social network Weibo, an employee of the Chinese manufacturer indicated that the beta version of Harmony OS, its new operating system, will be launched on December 18th. This will first be […]

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Chrome announces urgent security updat for Chrome web browser

Chrome: Google Announces an Update to be Installed Urgently

CYBERSECURITY: Google web browser, Chrome presents actively exploited zero-day vulnerability The Mountain View firm has just released a new update for Chrome . This does not bring new functionality, but many important security fixes. There is indeed question that Chrome 86 is the victim of a “zero-day” security breach actively exploited by hackers. It is therefore strongly recommended to install the update […]

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Bluetooth flaw in Android smartphones

Android: Bluetooth Flaw Exposes Users

CYBERSECURITY: Although Google has been made aware of the Bluetooth flaw in its Android operating system, no corrective updates are available yet A new Bluetooth vulnerability exposes Android smartphones to potential hacker attacks. Last February, a significant vulnerability had already been identified in Android’s Bluetooth protocol. Exploited, this new security flaw would allow hackers to get their hands on the personal […]

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Google launches the Pixel 4a, a new very affordable smartphone

Google Launches the Pixel 4a, a New Very Affordable Smartphone

LOW END: The Google Pixel 4a model compatible with 5G technology will be sold in several countries starting at 499 dollars Google presented a new entry-level smartphone on Monday. On sale from August 20th (in the US ), the Pixel 4a features some features of previous models for prices starting at $ 349, or half that of the Pixel 4. […]

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