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A new variant of Android malware is what’s believed to be responsible for the biggest single theft of Google accounts on record. The malware strain has infected as many as 1.3 million Android phones since August, taking complete control of data accessed by the users. Its main aim, though, is not to pilfer all that juicy data in Gmail or Docs, but to force users into downloading apps as part of a huge advertising fraud scheme while making huge bucks. According to researchers from Check […]

Google on its 18th Birthday announced a varied range of initiatives specially designed for India. India the 2nd largest internet user market has about 50% of its population under the age of 25 thus making it a great business opportunity for the American technology giant. In order to capture the multi-lingual market, Google has announced quite a few apps in the Hindi language. This move can definitely help Google set a much stronger foot into the yet uncaptured market of diverse languages. “Google’s aim has […]

In the highly competitive market of chat app or instant messaging app, Google has just launched Allo for Android and iOS platforms. Google has added various features like use of artificial intelligence (AI) in the App and integrated it with Google Assistant, the new virtual conversation aid to try and make it stand out in the market. Here are some of the things that will help you understand what the app is all about and how it compares with market giant WhatsApp. Special Features of WhatsApp […]

Google has released an update to its Google Map service on major platforms such as Android, iOS and Web. The new update comes with a clean look and more user-friendly appearance initiating a new tweaked topography and removing the existing road outlines. This new Google Map update will bring more points of interest, train stations and other spots. Zhou Bailiang , UX Designer, Google Maps and Mark Li, Software Engineer at Google,said that “Google is updating Maps for desktop, Android and iOS to give it […]

  Google has got a new feature that allows users to manage the vast pool of information that it collects about your online activities across phones, computers and other devices. Google has designed a  new privacy tool will enable the more than 1 billion people who use Google’s search engine and other services to block certain ads from appearing on every device that they log into, instead of having to make a special request on each individual machine. Google products such as Gmail and Chrome browser will start […]

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