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Google prohibits ads for snooping products and services

photo:: Alastair Pike (Getty Images) Google’s ban on advertisements for so-called “StalkerwareApps, invasive programs that are mostly associated with jealous exes or abusive partners to spy on another person without their permission. However, the online search giant has already said goodbye a general ban Against stalkerware apps in the Play Store, you have to ask yourself why such ads were …

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Why Microsoft believes in cross-gen and no exclusivity for Xbox Series X.

With the launch of next generation consoles later this year, Microsoft and Sony are heralding the next era of gaming. Companies have slightly different approaches. Sony has announced that it will release PS5-exclusive titles immediately, while Microsoft has talked about it repeatedly Not Do this with the Xbox Series X and instead launch titles for the entire device family. Xbox …

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Microsoft and Google work together to improve web apps for Android

There are many operating systems today, from Windows to MacOS to Linux and Android to iOS, a little too many for developers, especially loners, to support them equally. There is no shortage of frameworks and tools like Qt or Google’s Flutter to make this a little less painful, but the only platform that really gets through all of this is …

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Microsoft is preparing to live with Google

When Microsoft launched the Surface Duo at the end of last year, it confirmed that it would use Android as the operating system for the two-screen device. Shortly before the official start date, Microsoft’s implementation of the popular operating system appears to have passed Google’s compatibility check. Microsoft’s chief product officer, Panos Panay, is hosting a Surface Duo at an …

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Samsung’s radical new Galaxy smartphone suddenly takes shape

Samsung will release its most exciting smartphone of the year and the launch date is official. We also just got our best view of it. Samsung Galaxy Note 20 ultra renderings are a perfect match for the newly leaked smartphone OnLeaks / Pigtou MORE FROM FORBESSamsung Insider unveils Galaxy Note 20 release dateBy Gordon Kelly The upcoming YouTuber Jimmy Is …

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Apple’s Radical MacBook Pro lacks an important feature

Update from July 12th, post originally published on July 11th. Gaming has been at the forefront of computer performance for decades. Bigger, better, faster, smoother, more haunting – the big games of the day were the perfect example of what can be achieved. Except for Apple Mac owners. The radical changeover to ARM hardware does not change this situation. In …

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Apple’s Surprise iPhone 12 Pro upgrade suddenly confirmed

We know a lot about Apple’s redesigned iPhone 12 smartphones. But a lot of the puzzle has just been completed, and it may result in some users having to spend more than they intended. Apple iPhone 12 Pro is rendered based on multiple leaks svetapple MORE FROM FORBESApple’s iPhone 12 redesign revealed in eye-catching renderingsBy Gordon Kelly The aspiring Apple …

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Google has only given millions of users a reason to keep Chrome

While Chrome has had a rocky run lately, an ambitious rival quickly capitalized. But now Google has given potential defectors a good reason to stick with their browser. Google Chrome will be much faster and more efficient SOPA Images LightRocket via Getty Images MORE FROM FORBESGmail users are hit by deleted and lost emailsBy Gordon Kelly After receiving internal Google …

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Ubisoft Forward: Assassins Creed Valhalla, Watch Dogs Legion and Far Cry 6 are demonstrated

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is the latest edition of Ubisoft’s hit action adventure franchise. Ubisoft It seems that 2020 is one of the most stressful years in a long time. Between the coronavirus pandemic, economic ruin, the debate about systemic racism and technology companies that are still behaving badly, there isn’t much to look forward to. However, if you’re looking for …

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