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In 2019, searches for heroes soared.
What does it mean when more people are searching for heroes these days? Google president Sundar Pichai revealed in a post on Twitter that, for 2019, searches for heroes soared around the world, whether these are superheroes or everyday heroes.“Throughout history in ...
 
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Today's Google Doodle is Maria Orosa.
Today's Google Doodle is Maria Orosa, the Philippines' foremost food technologist. The Google Doodle was drawn in commemoration of Orosa's 126th birthday. On one side of her are just a couple of the ingredients she worked with and on the other are some of ...
 
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Whether you've got an iPhone or an Android device, here's a step-by-step guide to safeguarding your privacy
Is your phone secretly listening to you all the time? It’s unlikely, but we don't blame you if you're a bit paranoid. Consumer trust is at an all-time low, and tech’s insinuation into our lives is becoming ever more intimate. Just this ...
 
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It has radar sensors, and better camera, and more.
Google Pixel owners: The (very) few, the proud, and perhaps the smartest smart phone owners among us. When the Pixel 3 was released last year, it came with big brains and the best phone camera on the market. And in the run-up to ...
 
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The streaming service is expected to come out in November.
While the buzz around the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Scarlett/Lockhart has died down a bit lately, we've got a big new announcement from Google's streaming games service Stadia.The launch titles for the new service have been unveiled in full, and there are ...
 
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Huawei is the latest victim in the US-China Trade War.
In the latest tit for tat in an escalating trade war between the China and the U.S., Google has blocked future phones of Chinese tech giant Huawei from using any of its products and services such as Gmail, Google Maps, and other ...
 
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Google claims Stadia can change the future of video games with cloud streaming.
Google is not making a game console after all. In a surprising keynote address at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco on Tuesday afternoon, the tech company announced that “the future of gaming is not a box,” and unveiled its new ...
 
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Get ready for better screens, more powerful cameras—and super expensive folding phones.
This will be the year of the $2,000 folding smartphone. Are you excited? Yeah, we aren't sure, either. Frankly, all we really want are quality phones that hold charges and cost less than two-month's rent. As with any year, 2019 will see ...
 
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It aims to be the prime app for first time Internet users.
When Google introduced its service in 1998, it was primarily a site equipped with a search bar that allows users to ask anything they want on the Internet, with the hopes the engine would eventually give them the right answers to their ...
 
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Good news, Metro Manila drivers.
Aside from the traffic carmageddon Metro Manila residents have to face on a daily basis, there’s one other issue drivers, in particular have to deal with: coding day.It’s that time of the week when car owners have to either succumb to the skyrocketing cost ...
 
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It ends with a handy trick: control + F and the magic word, “consent.”
Isaac Reyes, lead trainer of DataSeer, a data science training company, was invited by the Philippine Senate to give a talk about data privacy and collection in the country. The session was addressed to researchers, officials, and data analysts working with the ...
 
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That's the exact opposite of what you were supposed to do, Google.
That little inward glow of self-determination and glee you get after switching off your location history on your phone is, it turns out, sadly misplaced. Google still knows where you've been.An investigation by the Associated Press found that apps and services on Android phones ...
 
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If you’re an Android phone user, that is.
Getting out of bed can be a real struggle for those of us who aren’t morning people. But Spotify and the Clock app from Google have teamed up to make our lives just a little bit easier.If you’re an Android user, you’ll soon ...
 
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Today is the National Artist for Music’s 108th birthday.
Google Philippines seems to be stepping up their game in honoring Filipinos who’ve made invaluable contributions to our culture. On April 2, they created a doodle celebrating Francisco Balagtas’s 230th birthday, and today they’re honoring National Artist Levi Celerio on his 108th ...
 
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Workdays at Google include free massages, haircuts, and fitness classes.
Apart from highly publicized internships, Google is also known for having the coolest workplaces in the world. With standard amenities such as nap pods, massage chairs, and complimentary gourmet meals, Google complexes shouldn’t even fall into the same category as corporate offices. ...
 
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Google’s new Pixel Buds are ready to change how we communicate.
You’ve found a quaint little restaurant in a foreign city and you're ready to take a break after a long day of exploring, only to deal with the hassle of trying to order something from a waiter who doesn’t speak English. To ...
 
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The amount of activity spent online on a global scale is nothing short of amazing.
People all over the world are obsessed with data, and the Internet has us generating a staggering amount of it. The amount of activity spent online on a global scale is nothing short of amazing.In March 2017, Lori Lewis and Chadd Callahan ...
 
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An alternative to the iPhone 8?
Apple isn't the only phone brand hoping to drain us of funds in the run-up to Christmas by releasing new phones. Google is at it as well—with one little pet-peeve.It seems whenever you get a shiny new phone, along with a charger ...
 
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Have you asked one of these?
We've all been there—you're sick and can't sleep so naturally, you start Googling your symptoms at 3 a.m.—only to find out that you're in fact dying a horrible, painful death.Anyway, the Google Trends team has created a site dedicated to analyzing the most asked ...
 
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And how to make sure it doesn't happen to you.
In the wee hours of Wednesday morning, a host of prominent Twitter accounts were compromised and, as a result, began spouting swastika-laden propaganda in support of Turkey's president Recep Erdogan ahead of a referendum next month which could consolidate his power. So ...
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