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Google Unveils New Products at Pixel Event 2022

During a press event in New York City, Google unveiled the new Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro devices, the brand-new Pixel Watch, and a teaser for a forthcoming 2023 Pixel Tablet. ...

Known Senders Option In Google Calendar Decreases Spam Invites

Recently, Google's engineers introduced a small but important feature to their Calendar app.  If you haven't used the "known senders" option, you owe it to yourself to check it out. It allows ...

Google Leaving IoT Services

Tech giant Google recently announced that it's closing the doors on its IoT Core service.  Their stated reason for doing so was that their strategic partners can better manage customers' IoT services ...

Fresh Look For Gmail Users Has Been Released

If you're a Gmail user and you haven't seen the change already, be aware that Google has freshened up their email interface.  Don't expect a radical change, however.  This update is more ...

Technology Advances With Speech-Recognition Via AI Technology

If you haven't heard of the UK startup Speechmatics, it may come as a surprise to learn that the company may be on its way to becoming a globally recognized brand. The ...

Google Experiences International Outage

"Just Google it."  You've probably heard that phrase a thousand times.  In fact, you may use it yourself on a regular basis. Unfortunately, Googling it wasn't possible recently.  The iconic search giant ...

Microsoft Office And Google Docs Sync For Offline Use

Recently, Google announced a small but significant change to Google Docs.  Now, if you have enabled offline access for files you have stored on your Google Drive, the system will auto-sync any ...

Simple Tips For Securing Smart Device Data

Data security isn't something that's at the forefront of most people's minds, but it probably should be.  These days, we use far more than just our trusty laptops and desktops to do ...

Some Carrier Embedded Android Apps May Have Security Vulnerabilities

Recently, Microsoft reported high severity security vulnerabilities in multiple apps offered by large international mobile service providers.  What makes this especially noteworthy is the fact that these vulnerabilities aren't app specific, but ...

This Android Malware Is Stealing Login Credentials

If you're deeply involved in IT security, you may already be familiar with the ERMAC Android banking trojan. If this is the first time you're hearing of it, be aware that the ...

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