Google Pays Apple Nearly $10 Billion To Get Consumers to its Platform

Google Pays Apple Nearly $10 Billion To Get Consumers to its Platform

 Google paid Apple nearly $10 billion in 2018 to get customers towards its search platform and this figure alone accounts to one-fifth of Apple’s revenue from the services segment.

Google And Apple Tussle Over Saudi App Tracking Women

Apple and Google, America’s technological giants are in tussle for hosting a Saudi Arabian government app on their respective application stores that track the whereabouts of Saudi women.

Google Chrome extension Automatically Checks Whether User Passwords have been Exposed

You must be wondering whether Google will snoop into your passwords? The search giant claims that the extension has been designed in such a way that no company employee will have access to user data.

Xiaomi Introduces Mint browser on Google Play store Now

Xiaomi Introduces Mint browser on Google Play store Now

Android users have plenty of options when it comes to selecting a mobile browser, from Firefox focus to Opera Mini to Google Chrome, all provide some sort of ease to the user. Well, the users now have one more option, Xiaomi has just dropped its Mint browser on the Google play store.

Google Pays Apple Nearly $10 Billion To Get Consumers to its Platform

Chrome Finally Looking For Ways to Stop Back Button Hijacking

Google engineers are currently working on a Chrome browser update that will block malicious websites from hijacking the browser’s history and, indirectly, the Back button.

Google To Be Fined Billions For Ignoring GDPR Privacy Regulations

Google has been accused of being involved in deceptive practices in its location tracking option that does not let the user to user whether to enable or disable it leading to a huge fine.

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Google Rammus: A Mystery Device By Google has Apperaed Online On Geekbench

A mystery device by Google has just appeared online on Geekbench with no prior details, the device is running on Android 7.1 Nougat and 4GB RAM and it is powered by Intel Core M3-8100Y processor.

YouTube Went Down in Central Asia And Major Continents For More than An Hour

YouTube Went Down in Central Asia And Major Continents For More than An Hour

Users across the world started to notice that the video service’s sites and mobile apps were down.

Facebook Along With Google Are Loosing Their Trust With Users Data: Lets See Why?

Security breaches will continue to take place, but trust in technology companies is falling. If the likes of Google and Facebook want people to continue to use their services, they need to demonstrate how they protect data.

Google Phased Out The Green ‘Secure’ Lock on HTTPS Sites in Chrome

Google is phasing out the green lock icon and “Secure” label next to URLs on Chrome.

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