Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin Anytime, anywhere, up-to-date, personalized news service through the Assistant.Credit: Google Imagine listening to news on the radio that draws from a variety of sources and focuses on topics that interest you. That you can pause or ask for a repeat when your attention is drawn elsewhere. That let’s you jump to the next story when the current one is overly familiar or uninteresting. And that’s always up to date and ready for you at any time. Sound good? Soon you may not have to imagine it because Google is trying to make it happen. Google has been working with news publishers from around the world on a prototype to deliver an anytime, anywhere, up-to-date,
PlayStation bad news could mean good news for Xbox and Switch in 2019 at E3 Games show (Pic: GETTY) A new SEO tool has revealed that the world’s largest video gaming expo, E3, boosted site visibility for PlayStation more than it did for rivals Nintendo and Xbox in 2018.If it's not clear this is actually pretty bad news for Sony since they will be skipping next year's E3, ditching both the traditional booth and press conference.It is sure to have a significant negative impact on both the company and console, whilst also providing a positive boost for both of the companies major console rivals."The SEOCompare tool allows businesses to compare how well their website can be found in the search results on Google in relation to their competitors." a spokesperson explained."During E3 2018 a
If you own an SUV, particularly a three-row version, you may have had the experience of having to crawl into the back cargo space to retrieve objects placed deep in the cargo area. Ford has thought of this problem, apparently; the company has patented a conveyor belt system for use in its big SUVs.The patent drawing is clear on the functioning of the system. It shows a conveyor belt that enable moving objects back and forth within the cargo spaces of larger SUVs, especially of the three-row variety. While at first glance this may seem like an invention in search of a use, keep in mind that for some people it’s not so simple, maybe even impossible, to climb into the back of their vehicle to get that last, deepest row of bags or boxes.This is where Ford’s planned new system would prove it
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Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) was expected to capture 18% of all digital ad spending from U.S. retailers during the long Black Friday to Cyber Monday weekend, according to a survey by advertising software firm Nanigans. Facebook was ranked second behind Alphabet's (NASDAQ:GOOG) (NASDAQ:GOOGL) Google, which was expected to capture 35% of that spending, but remained slightly ahead of Amazon's (NASDAQ:AMZN) forecasted 15% share. Unfortunately, Facebook fumbled during the crucial shopping weekend with various outages across its ad platforms. The outages lasted for hours at a time and affected ads on Facebook, Messenger
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Ian Wilson and his brother, Jack, will be trekking through the dangerous regions of the Cambodian Jungle in search for MH370, after claiming they spotted the plane on Google Maps.The Malaysia Airlines flight vanished on March 8, 2014 after departing from Kuala Lumpur's airport, carrying a total of 239 passengers and crew on board.Ian and Jack landed in Cambodia on Tuesday, with plans trek through the Cambodian Jungle in search of the missing plane.But an insider has warned the brothers' lives could be in danger.Speaking to the Daily Star, he explained how illegal loggers armed with knives resided in the area, and they regularly consumed methamphetamine - a Class A drug.They could potentially sneak up and attack the foreign men, viewing them as a threat.In emails to Ian, the insider said...
Contributors: Verge Staff Image credit: Illustration by William Joel / The Verge In July 2018, the European Commission ruled that Google had exhibited “anticompetitive behavior” in its dealings with Android partners. The Commission said that Google should not have required Android phone and tablet makers to install Chrome and search in order to install the rest of Google’s apps. And the Commission also said that Google should not have barred its partners from building devices based on forked versions of Android. Google is
Here are five things in technology that happened this past week and how they affect your business. Did you miss them? 1 — Google+ to shut down after a cover-up of a data-exposing bug. A security bug that allowed third-party developers to access the user profile data of Google+, the search engine giant’s intended Facebook-killing-social network, was discovered and patched in March, but the company never told anyone. It turns out that 496,951 users’ full names, email addresses, birth dates, gender, profile photos, places lived, occupation and relationship status were potentially exposed, but Google claims it has no evidence the data was misused by the 438 apps that could have accessed it. The end result is that Google+ has become too much of a liability and the company will be shutti
CHICAGO -- You can't throw a rock these days without hitting a book, news headline or podcast episode about the impending end of democracy.I'm no doomsayer but, yes, it's coming.Not just because of increasing political polarization, the influence of corporate money on elections or any of the other usual suspects. It'll be just plain apathy and ignorance that finally do us in.Let's start with these little nuggets of information. Of the 1,000 randomly selected American adults who recently took a multiple-choice quiz:Only 13 percent knew when the U.S. Constitution was ratified, with most incorrectly thinking it occurred in 1776.60 percent didn't know which countries the United States fought in World War II.57 percent did not know how many justices serve on the U.S. Supreme Cour...