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Google's AI-enabled Smart Compose feature is available in Google Docs

Google brings its Smart Compose feature to Google Docs. This means G Suite users will be provided with writing suggestions outside of their inbox with AI support. Currently, however, only domain administrators can sign up for the beta. The search giant originally unveiled Smart Compose last year after Gmail's previous Smart Reply feature. Smart Reply suggests short replies to emails, …

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Google's stages just do not

Google's game streaming platform Stadia is finally here tomorrow. I had a week to tinker with the founding edition. It has the Stadia controller, a Chromecast Ultra and a charger with a USB cable, which you can also use to connect to your PC or laptop to play in a Chrome browser. Most of my experiences with Stadia have confused …

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Google's reputation is the biggest problem

Opinion by Bogdan Petrovan Google Plus is lost forever, but if it were still there, I could dig up a post that I created on May 15, 2013 and do something in the direction of " I love Google! It was early in my career as a tech blogger and I was definitely a bit less jaded than today. I …

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Google's Android version of iMessage is here. But there is a catch

The Android version of iMessage is based on a wireless standard called RCS (Rich Communication Services) and is intended to replace SMS texts. "SMS are largely based on the SMS standard, which lacks many modern features, such as sharing high-quality photos and media, or sending messages over Wi-Fi," said Sanaz Ahari, product manager at Google. "We just felt we had …

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To check if you have access to Google's RCS messaging

RCS messages are here – thanks, Google – but there's still the possibility that you can not flip the switch because Google does too. Yes, it's another feature rollout. So you're going to stare at your phone for an unknown amount of time, hoping you'll see the setting you can use to activate something that sounds really awesome on paper …

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Google's silent Chrome experiment crashes thousands of browsers and annoys IT administrators

Google left thousands of computers in companies with broken Chrome browsers this week after a silent experimental change. Business users accessing Chrome through virtual machine environments like Citrix still saw white screens on open Chrome tabs, blocked access to the browser, and stopped responding. Many IT administrators were confused about the problem as companies typically manage and control Chrome updates. …

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Google's silent Chrome experiment crashes thousands of browsers and annoys IT administrators

Google left thousands of computers in companies with broken Chrome browsers this week after a silent experimental change. Business users accessing Chrome through virtual machine environments like Citrix still saw white screens on open Chrome tabs, blocked access to the browser, and stopped responding. Many IT administrators were confused about the problem as companies typically manage and control Chrome updates. …

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Google's patient data project "Nightingale" is under investigation

The Civil Rights Office's website states the Law on Civil Rights, Conscience and Religious Freedom, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) on privacy, security and reporting of violations and the Patient Safety Act and Rule, which together protect your fundamental rights to non-discrimination, conscience, religious freedom and health data. " With Project Nightingale, Google can access tens of …

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Google's & # 39; Project Nightingale & # 39; Center for Federal Investigations

The Department of Citizenship of the Ministry of Health opened the investigation Tuesday, the Wall Street Journal reported. The Office will endeavor to obtain further information about this mass collection of personal medical records to ensure that [the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 or HIPAA] safeguards have been fully implemented, "Office Director Roger Severino said in a …

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