Google and privacy are rarely on the same page. But when they do, they can actually benefit each other.
Google Search is Google's flagship product. As a place where most of its money is coming from, it's obvious that the search engine should experience a special touch.
The YouTube app is hundreds of megabytes in size. It's huge, and takes a lot of space.
WhatsApp is having issues after issues, and things aren't looking good for the popular messaging app from Facebook.
With the internet, the world becomes smaller. And with messaging apps, the world is becoming even smaller.
When people use a web browser to browse the internet, the content inside the browser is the most important thing to them. The browser is just the vehicle.
AI has become more and more capable of understanding the context of the world. But to some degree, it missed many points that there are issues.
Not everyone has the luxury of seeing the world in all of its glory. There are those who are visually impaired, and the world is dark to them.
Internet-connected devices face threats that are more than plenty. And Microsoft Defender is one sitting at the line of defense.
Google has started rolling out version 88 of its Chrome browser for desktop that packs a handful of important changes.