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Here’s How to Use Interpreter Mode on Google Home Devices

Here’s How to Use Interpreter Mode on Google Home Devices

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There are more than 7,000 languages spoken around the world. In the U.S., Census Data indicates that roughly one in five people speak a language other than English in their homes. Aware of the need for people to be able to communicate with others who might speak a different language, Google has come up with a new feature on Google Home devices and smart displays — Interpreter Mode.  The search giant piloted Interpreter Mode at big hotels like Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas, Dream Downtown in New York City, and Hyatt Regency in San Francisco. The hotel staff use Interpreter Mode to converse with guests in real-time who speak a different language than their own. Now, you can use Interpreter Mode at home on a Google Home smart speaker (like the Home or Home Mini), smart display (like t
Stuck with an unsecure business site? Here’s what your cust…

Stuck with an unsecure business site? Here’s what your cust…

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Will anyone trust you if you’re “not secure”? That’s the question diligent business owners should be asking themselves if they have a company website, (which is everyone these days). So, listen up SME owners, because the issue of website security affects the whole lot of you. Imagine the scenario…you’re a potential customer and you’re browsing the internet. Then suddenly you come across a site that’s flagged as “not secure”. What do you do? Your automatic reaction might be to leave the website or start questioning the legitimacy of the brand entirely. Well, according to the research we’ve compiled at John Cabot, many customers would be put off a brand for good if their website appears unsecure. Let’s find out more… Back in July 2018, Google Chrome started explicitly warning users
Thinking about booking holidays? Here’s 30 ideas for 2019

Thinking about booking holidays? Here’s 30 ideas for 2019

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As the new year starts in earnest and memories of Christmas fade, it is time to look to brighter, sunnier times ahead and share all the travel trends, tips and tidbits to help curb the worst of that winter gloom. 1. According to flight booking site Skyscanner, Agadir in Morocco is likely to feature very highly on many Irish traveller’s plans for 2019 which has seen it take the top spot on the site’s list of hot spots for 2019. Greek destinations also ranked highly in Skyscanner’s list with Paphos in second and Mykonos in eighth position. The Croatian city of Split was third on its list and is likely to be even more accessible than ever this yea
Here’s How To Opt Out Of Tracking On Facebook And Google

Here’s How To Opt Out Of Tracking On Facebook And Google

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Telling a company you want out doesn’t necessarily mean it stops collecting, or even sharing, your data. Posted on December 19, 2018, at 8:52 p.m. ET Damien Meyer / AFP / Getty Images “Opting out” of something means you no longer wish to participate or contribute. But when it comes to your digital privacy and security, explicitly “opting out” doesn’t necessarily mean a tech company stops collecting, or even sharing, your data.After a number of revelations this
Hit by the Medic Update? Here’s How to Recover (A Practical…

Hit by the Medic Update? Here’s How to Recover (A Practical…

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It’s That Time of Year For Snow Maps to Appear. Here’s What…

It’s That Time of Year For Snow Maps to Appear. Here’s What…

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Forecasts for winter storms can be uncertain even a day or two in advance.Maps showing long-range snow forecasts from individual computer models should be disregarded. Major winter storms affect the United States every year, and due to their heavy impact on everyone's lives, the biggest question asked is: How much am I going to see? The eagerness to know how much impact a snow or ice storm will have is understandable, but unfortunately, sometimes that question cannot be answered until within one to three days of its arrival. This thirst to know what will happen can often be fed by those computer model forecasts of snow amounts that often go viral on social media. Sometimes you might see these maps with pretty blue, pink and purple shadings up to a week or so in ad
Here’s how Google plans to kill off piracy and fully loaded…

Here’s how Google plans to kill off piracy and fully loaded…

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Google has released a new report that sheds light on the various ways in which the company is attempting to combat piracy. The search giant says it has adopted a ‘follow the money’ approach, with the aim of “[starving] infringing sites of their income”. It is also trying to reduce piracy through illicit Kodi addons and boxes, but admits that this has been challenging. Read more: Best VPN According to the report (via ZDNet), titled ‘How Google Fights Piracy’, the Google-made ad blocker that was added to Chrome earlier this year has been a useful weapon in the company’s battle against pirates. “Google has joined other industry leaders in the ‘follow the money’ approach to fight online piracy by eject
I Ditched Google For Bing. Here’s What I Found—And What I D…

I Ditched Google For Bing. Here’s What I Found—And What I D…

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What finally broke me was the recipes.On July 1, I abandoned Google search and committed myself instead to Bing. I downloaded the Bing app on my phone. I made it the default search mode in Chrome. (I didn't switch to Edge, Microsoft's browser, because I decided to limit this experiment strictly to search.) Since then, for the most part, any time I've asked the internet a question, Bing has answered.A stunt? Sure, a little. But also an earnest attempt to figure out how the other half—or the other 6 percent overall, or 24 percent on desktop, or 33 percent in the US, depending on whose numbers you believe—finds their information online.And Bing is big! The second-largest search engine by market share in the US, and one of the 50 most visited sites on the internet, according to Alexa rankin