A few days after a vocal minority of users voiced their complaints in a Reddit thread, a recent update to the Google Play Music app for Android finally resolved one of the more annoying features of the app that 'allowed' users to accidentally delete songs from by swiping.
Google has been collecting location data on Android phones, even when the location services shut off. — Reuters
Black Friday is almost here, meaning that we're seeing big discounts popping up at every corner of the internet. Most people might be focused on grabbing some tech gear for the upcoming holiday season, but there are also a number of good game deals for those of you looking to play something new.
Google is secretly gathering location data from billions of Android users, the news is disconcerting and once again raise the debate about user’s privacy. The disconcerting discovery was made by researchers from Quartz. Big G has been caught collecting location data on every Android device owner in the past 11 months. The worse news is that the
Google admits to collecting Android users’ locations even when devices are disabled, a Quartz investigation reported on Thursday.
Google has admitted tracking customers’ movements via their mobile phones using the web giant's Android operating system, even when they have disabled the functions allowing this.
In many ways, Apple’s AirPods feel like a hardware manifestation of iOS’ defining characteristics: simplicity and design, sometimes at the expense of practicality. Google’s Pixel Buds play the same role for Android. They’re powerful, smart, and sometimes a little bit messy. That’s been reflected in reviews so far (yes, writers read other reviews), with reporters often citing the usefulness of the Assistant but decrying Google’s design or sound as being average or underwhelming
You can get a number of "premium" Android games at up to 80 percent off from Google Play, as well as free Play Music and heavily discounted books.
Quartz found that Google has been tracking Android Cell ID codes since January. Here's what that means.
Yesterday, it came to light that Google had been tracking users of its Android operating systems regardless of whether or not location services had been turned off. The company has now firmly held its red hands high, stating that it will stop this data collection and find another way to improve its services. This information …
Android-powered phones are collecting data about users’ location and sending it back to Google whether or not they’re connected to the Web, Quartz has learned. “Since the
The idea is to use the Cell ID codes as an additional signal to improve the speed and performance of message delivery, but the data was never used for stores.