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Google just made some great changes to its search results

2 monthes ago   |   By TheBoyGeniusReport

Google keeps moving farther and farther away from presenting you with a page of search results that's mostly a collection of blue links, with a new update that continues an expansion of populating results with feature-rich cards and expandable tabs.
The search giant explained in a new blog post that automatically generated tabs are now going to pop up in search results that you can expand, and that include more details snippets of information as well as subtopics relevant to your search.
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Google Partially Clarifies Location History Data Tracking

Google Partially Clarifies Location History Data Tracking

2 monthes ago   |   By Android Headlines

Following recent reports that called out the search giant for its “dishonest” location data tracking practices, Google has updated its support pages to clarify how its ‘Location History' feature settings work. Prior to the update, the associated web page had simply informed users that turning off Location History would stop storing places they go. It also indicated that doing so would turn the feature off for every connected device. Now, the page not only explains what Location History data is used for but also that there are other services which may still collect and store geolocation...
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4 ways Android apps make Chromebooks more like Windows PCs

4 ways Android apps make Chromebooks more like Windows PCs

2 monthes ago   |   By Android Central

Google markets Chromebooks as more secure, simpler to use, and easier to maintain than Windows PCs, but Android apps may have changed things.
Unfortunately for Google , Android apps on the Chrome OS chip away at Chromebooks' touted advantages. Windows PCs have been the standard for personal computing for decades. Apple's attempts to subvert Microsoft's PC dominance with Macs have succeeded in only carving out a tiny niche alongside Redmond's market dominance .
Google entered the fray with its browser-focused take on personal computing with Chromebooks in 2011. Despite Microsoft's...
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3 ways Android apps make Chromebooks more like Windows PCs

3 ways Android apps make Chromebooks more like Windows PCs

2 monthes ago   |   By Windows Central

Google markets Chromebooks as more secure, simpler to use, and easier to maintain than Windows PCs. But Android apps on Chrome may have changed things.
Unfortunately for Google , Android apps on the Chrome OS chip away at Chromebooks' touted advantages. Windows PCs have been the standard for personal computing for decades. Apple's attempts to subvert Microsoft's PC dominance with Macs have succeeded in only carving out a tiny niche alongside Redmond's market dominance .
Google entered the fray with its browser-focused take on personal computing with Chromebooks in 2011. Despite Microsoft's...
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Changes to Google's "help" page more accurately reflect how it uses your location data

Changes to Google's "help" page more accurately reflect how it uses your location data

2 monthes ago   |   By Phone Arena

Just a few days ago, we told you that Google continues to track users' location data even when Location History is disabled on Android and iOS devices. It now appears that in the aftermath of that story, Google has made a change to its "help" page that more accurately reflects how location data works. Previously, the page stated that "with Location History off, the places you go are no longer stored." The new wording reads, "This setting does not affect other location services on your device" and reveals that "some location data may be saved as part of your activity on other services, like ...
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