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Google unveils Singapore online store, retails Home and Home Mini

Google is launching a Singapore version of its online store and bringing its range of smart speakers to the city-state. Available from April 20, the Google Home and Home Mini would be offered at local retail chains Challenger and Courts as well as telco StarHub, with which the US tech …

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ZTE said to be meeting with Google over US export ban – TechCrunch

Yesterday was a rough one for ZTE. A year after pleading guilty to violating sanctions with Iran and North Korea, the U.S. Department of Commerce brought the hammer down and announced a seven-year export restriction on goods sporting U.S. components. That applies to more than a quarter of the components …

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Developers favoring AWS, Microsoft Azure for cloud IoT platforms

Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure are widening their collective lead as Internet of things platforms as Google Cloud Platform loses some momentum, according to a developer survey by the Eclipse Foundation. The Eclipse Foundation’s fourth annual IoT developer survey found that 51.8 percent of developers cited AWS as their …

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Google initiative looks to preserve walkable copies of Earth’s historical sites on the web – TechCrunch

Indiana Jones’ exclamation of, “It belongs in a museum!” is taking a trip into the digital age with a Google initiative that will save archaeological sites to the cloud. Google’s nonprofit Arts and Culture arm is partnering with another nonprofit, Oakland-based CyArk, which flies drones and sets up cameras around historical …

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Australian ministers to meet with Google, Apple in the name of cybersecurity

The Australian government has sent cybersecurity representatives to the United States this week, hoping to strengthen the cyber alliance between both countries and parade local cyber talent. Minister for Law Enforcement and Cyber Security Angus Taylor, alongside Commonwealth Cyber Coordinator Alastair MacGibbon and Australian Federal Police Assistant Commissioner Neil Gaughan, …

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Is America’s national security Facebook and Google’s problem? – TechCrunch

Jamie Metzl is a Senior Fellow for Technology and National Security at the Atlantic Council. More posts by this contributor Homo Sapiens 2.0? We need a species-wide conversation about the future of human genetic enhancement Eleonore Pauwels Contributor Eleonore Pauwels is Director of the Anticipatory Intelligence Lab at the Wilson …

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Huawei P20, Android security, Chromebooks, Huami Stratos, and Sony Xperia (MobileTechRoundup #429)

Kevin and I kicked off MobileTechRoundup show #429 with some preliminary thoughts on the new Huawei P20 Pro Android smartphone. It may be one of the best new smartphones, but not for US customers. Image: ZDNet Hands on with the Huawei P20 and P20 Pro Android security updates: truth, lies …

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How to save your privacy from the Internet’s clutches – TechCrunch

Another week, another massive privacy scandal. When it’s not Facebook admitting it allowed data on as many as 87 million users to be sucked out by a developer on its platform who sold it to a political consultancy working for the Trump campaign, or dating app Grindr ‘fessing up to sharing its …

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Is your Android phone a ‘toxic hellstew’ of vulnerabilities? There’s an app to help you find out

It seems that some Android smartphone makers are lying to users about the patch status of their devices, telling them that they’re up-to-date when they aren’t. Here’s how to find out if your Android smartphone is lying to you. SnoopSnitch Download SnoopSnitch The first step is to take a trip …

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Android Auto now works without wires if you have the right hardware – TechCrunch

Android Auto — Google’s system for powering your car’s dash display from your phone, and the company’s answer to Apple’s CarPlay — is going wireless. You can leave your phone in your bag, and it’ll still be able to push your apps and content to your in-dash screen. Alas, there’s …

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