Google held a major AMA on its Stadia gaming platform this week, but the company refuses to answer one of the most important questions gamers have: How do we know you won’t cancel this service the way you’ve canceled over 150 others?
Google—the internet’s largest search destination—can legally profit from fraud on its platform and has little incentive to fix it. Ethics and legal amendments aside, there’s still more that we all can do to mitigate fraud on the internet.
Amazon has been under fire for how it manages Alexa voice data, and now Google is facing similar questions after a contractor gave reporters a chance to peruse customer recordings.
While the feature set of Android Q is pretty well fleshed out at this point, there are a few new things in Beta 5.
The cold war between Amazon and Google began to thaw last year, but the icy relationship between the companies has been a nuisance for far too long already.
There are always some leaks here and there, and last year a crate of Pixel 3 XLs “fell off a truck” in Russia. Nothing that informative has happened yet this time around, but there are some new renders of the upcoming Pixel 4 XL.
You’ve read plenty about fake news or about how AI can generate amusing, or maybe even plausible stories. We’ll show you how you can experiment on your own.
Samsung says “most” of the problems with the Galaxy Fold have been solved and the device is ready to hit market — but no ship date yet.
The Wirecutter confirmed with a Nest Cam that, yes, Wink retains access to the camera after a reset. This is the case even if someone else sets up the Nest Cam on their account.
Google’s hardware team is throwing in the towel on tablets. Instead, it will focus exclusively on laptop form factors.