Google stops sending Android cell signal data over privacy concerns
It didn't want to raise concerns among users or officials.
Disney+ will have apps for iOS, Apple TV, Android and Xbox One
It's also launching in Canada, the Netherlands, Australia and New Zealand.
Hitting the Books: How big tech might monopolize AI
Feedback loops are essential for automation but could prove to be AI's achilles.
YouTube Originals will be free to watch starting on September 24th
Paying subscribers still get extra perks, though.
YouTube is testing paid online hangs with influencers
The crowdfunding service, called Fundo, was created as part of Area 120.
Google pulls 85 Android apps with particularly obnoxious adware
The Google Play apps displayed full-screen, non-skippable ads.
YouTube warns its copyright changes could result in more takedowns
Copyright holders can no longer seize revenue over short music clips, though.
Google is making it easier to shoot proper portraits on Chromebooks
More important than the update is Google sharing what’s new in Chrome OS.
Apple promises hostile treatment for sites that break Safari privacy rules
In some cases, the company says it will target specific websites with new anti-tracking features