Earlier this week, a report from Associated Press highlighted how Google continues to track the location of iOS users despite them turning off location history. The revelation led to Google receiving a flurry of criticism, though the company was quick to issue a statement clarifying why it collects location data of iOS users even with ‘Location History’ turned off.
If you use Google’s apps on your iOS device, like Google Maps or the search app, but have Location History turned off in an effort to prevent the company from keeping tabs on you, a new report has some bad news.
There were plenty of rumors out there suggesting Samsung was planning on jumping on the smart speaker bandwagon, and, sure enough, that is indeed the case.
Taking a cue from Apple’s book, Google seems to be working on its own wireless charger stand for the Pixel 3. A teardown of the latest Google app for Android points to the ‘Pixel Stand’, a wireless charging accessory with Google Assistant capabilities built-in.
Depending on your YouTube usage, you might not be coming across new content, or channels, on a regular basis. YouTube would very much like to change that.
The EU has fined Google a record $5 billion for its illegal Android practices which violated the antitrust laws. The European Commission accuses Google of using its position in the market to impose unfair restrictions on OEMs and mobile operators to create a monopoly in the search market.
Google has updated Gboard for Android and iOS with the ability to write messages in Morse code. The addition of this feature will greatly help consumers with disabilities and allow them to easily communicate with others.
One of Google’s more popular apps is Inbox, its first-party email app. It’s popularity isn’t just on Android, though, with iOS users adopting the app as their own, too.
There are a variety of options for users who want to access email, but there’s no denying that Google’s option, Gmail, is the biggest of the big.
A group of iPhone users comprising of over 4.4 million people and known as Google You Owe Us have sued the search engine giant for unlawfully tracking their browsing history and collecting their personal information in the UK.