The long awaited is finally here, almost 6 months after being introduced.
There is more than what it seems when it comes to mobile apps.
Not everyone can afford high-end Android phones. This is why Google is not forgetting Android for its low-end phones consumers.
Policies on Google's Play Store are made with careful consideration and awareness. It takes more than just a group of people, but still, loopholes exist.
Training AIs need a lot of data. And that data needs to come from somewhere.
Dropbox has long been a simple way to sync offline data to the internet for easy sharing and storage. As a popular cloud platform, it aims more than just that.
Deepfake videos are plaguing the web. From celebrities with porn stars' bodies, to revenge porn and politicians saying what they're not suppose to say.
Privacy policies are created dense and confusing, and that is for reasons.
AIs have been used to diagnose illness, detect fraud and play complex games. This time, an AI is capable of passing middle and high school exam tests with brilliant marks.
Another day, another bad news for Google.