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Google adds creator credit to Images

Posted on: October 12, 2018, in Blog

Google’s attempting to smooth out its relationship with photo rights holders by bringing some additional contextual data to its Image Search. In a blog post today, Product Manager Ashutosh Agarwal highlighted the company’s plan to associate Creator and Credit metadata with images served up via search. The company notes that finding out who created a […]

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Dropbox overhauls internal search to improve speed and accuracy

Posted on: October 11, 2018, in Blog

Over the last several months, Dropbox has been undertaking an overhaul of its internal search engine for the first time since 2015. Today, the company announced that the new version, dubbed Nautilus, is ready for the world. The latest search tool takes advantage of a new architecture powered by machine learning to help pinpoint the exact […]

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Alphabets Chronicle launches an enterprise version of VirusTotal

Posted on: October 11, 2018, in Blog

VirusTotal, the virus- and malware-scanning service owned by Alphabet’s Chronicle, launched an enterprise-grade version of its service today. VirusTotal Enterprise offers significantly faster and more customizable malware search, as well as a new feature called Private Graph, which allows enterprises to create their own private visualizations of their infrastructure and malware that affects their machines. The […]

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Google launches new travel-planning tools

Posted on: October 10, 2018, in Blog

Slowly but surely, Google is expanding its portfolio of travel offerings that now range from hotel- and flight-booking services to trip planning tools. Today, it’s launching yet another set of new travel features that focus on travel planning and hotel bookings. Maybe the most interesting new tool, especially if you are planning to travel over […]

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Facebooks ex-CSO, Alex Stamos, defends its decision to inject ads in WhatsApp

Posted on: October 10, 2018, in Blog

Alex Stamos, Facebook’s former chief security officer, who left the company this summer to take up a role in academia, has made a contribution to what’s sometimes couched as a debate about how to monetize (and thus sustain) commercial end-to-end encrypted messaging platforms in order that the privacy benefits they otherwise offer can be as widely […]

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Tech and ad giants sign up to Europes first weak bite at fake news

Posted on: October 8, 2018, in Blog

The European Union’s executive body has signed up tech platforms and ad industry players to a voluntary  Code of Practice aimed at trying to do something about the spread of disinformation online. Something, just not anything too specifically quantifiable. According to the Commission, Facebook, Google, Twitter, Mozilla, some additional members of the EDIMA trade association, […]

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Starry wants to put high-speed 5G internet in reach of everyone

Posted on: October 8, 2018, in Blog

Starry, a Boston startup, wants deliver high-speed 5G internet in major cities at a reasonable price. Today, it announced it is expanding service from its initial launch in Boston to New York City. The company also announced a deal with Related Companies, a large national affordable housing owner, to host Starry equipment on its buildings […]

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What to expect from Facebooks big Oculus Connect 5 keynote

Posted on: October 7, 2018, in Blog

The Oculus Connect 5 conference kicks off tomorrow in San Jose where FB and company will let their latest virtual reality efforts loose and attempt to prove to the world that VR is coming at last and there’s nothing we can do to stop it. Tomorrow is going to be a big day for hardware, […]

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Google launches its group planning feature for Maps

Posted on: October 7, 2018, in Blog

Earlier this year, Google announced its revamped Google Maps, which puts a stronger emphasis on discovery. Some of the features the company announced back then have already launched, including many of the promised discovery and exploration tools, but the one feature that was still missing was group planning. But you won’t have to wait much longer […]

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Googles blanket ban of cryptocurrency ads ends next month

Posted on: October 6, 2018, in Blog

Google is rolling back its ban on cryptocurrency advertisements – following a similar move made by Facebook earlier this summer, CNBC reports. Google in March was among the first of the major platforms to announce it would no longer run ban cryptocurrency ads, due to an abundance of caution around an industry where there’s so […]

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