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businessinsider.comGoogle confirms that it still can track your location, even if you turn off the settingGoogle has revised a help page that erroneously described how its “Location History” setting works, clarifying for users that it still can track their location even if they turn the setting off.
readwrite.comTop 10 Actionable Ways To Optimize mCommerce with Artificial Intelligence in 2018Google is probably one of the most active tech giants when it comes to Artificial Intelligence. In their most recent I/O, they probably demonstrated how to nail down a turing test. For those who missed it, here’s a sneak peek: If such disruptive and moot evolution in Artificial Intelligence are not an effort …1
techcrunch.comGoogle One is more proof of commoditization of consumer cloud storageWe have long known that the price of cloud storage services like Dropbox, Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive have been getting cheaper over time. Yesterday’s launch of Google One in the U.S. dropped the price for Google storage even further, cutting the cost per terabyte per month in half, d…
sfgate.comAP NewsBreak: Google clarifies location-tracking policySAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Google has revised a help page that erroneously described how its "Location History" setting works, clarifying for users that it still tracks their location even if they turn the setting off. On Monday, an Associated Press investigation revealed that several Google apps and websites store user location even if users have turned off Location History. Google has not changed that practice. But its help page now states: "This setting does not affect other location services on your device." It also acknowledges that "some location data may be saved as part of your activity on other services, like Search and Maps." Previously, the page stated: "with Location History off, the places you go are no longer stored.
businessinsider.comOver 1,400 Googlers signed a letter to the top execs demanding a say on ethical issues — read the letter hereGoogle is once again facing a showdown with employees after more than 1,400 of them have demanded that staff has a say on ethical issues. The letter comes after reports that Google plans to build a censored search engine in compliance with Chinese law. Read the letter here.