Tag Archives: Google
For the sake of genuine competition, let’s hope that Google’s Project Fi (Wireless Service) shakes-up America’s (essentially) Telecommunications duopoly!
Two researchers have reportedly discovered a way to capture identification data for Samsung’s S5 fingerprint recognition software via hacking the handsets’ memory… just another day in the never-ending saga of ‘the-more-humanity-becomes-tech-dependent-the-greater-the-level-of-hacking-possibilities.’
Google’s latest launch demonstrates once again how powerful technology is towards making borders transparent… Inside Abbey Road: http://goo.gl/fPBni3
A Japanese court decision ruling that Google (must) remove two critical customer reviews raises important questions about transnational censorship (as the court ruled that the firm removes the content globally).
Google’s purge of 200 bad (i.e., ads / malware, etc.) Chrome-extensions raises at least one question – what took the firm so long to act?
Revealed by a Russian and rewarded $5K by Google (for reporting this YouTube software flaw allowing any uploaded videoclip to be deleted within 30 seconds) who says that being honest does not pay?
Count Tag Heuer as the latest to join the burgeoning wearable technology watch market.
Way to go Google (Street View) for incorporating immersive-photos of Greenland into this service…
Let’s hope that Monday’s planned rollout is a great success (and not the troll-fest that YouTube itself has far too often devolved into being!)
However, idealistic… let’s hope that Google’s initiative to take on America’s Telecom Industry is not only real but actually does something that they have failed woefully to do: drive prices down; increase access and services through increased competition!