Google is reportedly close to finally creating its first flagship retail space
Google is reportedly nearing an agreement on a lease for its first flagship retail store. The store will be located in Chicago, and will presumably be where the company shows off Google Pixel phones and other hardware.
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Google yesterday set off another controversy when it announced the acquisition of Streams, DeepMind’s algorithm-based healthcare data management platform. The controversy stems from what the deal’s detractors view as a breach of trust by Deepmind. The UK-based AI startup, which was purchased by Google‘s parent company Alphabet in 2014, has always maintained that it operated autonomously underneath the umbrella of Google. As such, it’s long said it would never share identifiable patient data – from its healthcare endeavors – with Google. In fact, according to a report from Wired’s James Temperton, Deepmind laid out a comprehensive privacy plan wherein it specifically… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Google
It seems we might never win the battle against fake cryptocurrency apps on Google’s Play Store, as another four have been identified this week. The apps were masquerading on the Play Store as cryptocurrency wallets for NEO, Tether, and MetaMask. The dodgy apps were uncovered by security researcher Lukas Stefanko and had managed to amass a few hundred installs in total and have been available on the Play Store since mid-October. They have since been reported to Google and removed from the Play Store, it remains unclear if anyone was duped by any of these apps. What did they do?… This story continues at The Next Web