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The UK Supreme Court has blocked a planned 3.2 billion pound ($4.3 billion) British class action against Google over allegations the internet giant unlawfully tracked the personal information of millions of iPhone users.

In a hotly-anticipated judgment, Britain's top judges on Wednesday granted a Google appeal against the country's first such data privacy case in a move that upsets a string of similar claims against technology giants such as Facebook and TikTok, already waiting in the wings.

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Apple warns suppliers of slowing iPhone demand

iPhones are displayed as people attend the grand opening event of the new Apple store at The Grove in Los Angeles on Nov 19. (AFP photo) Apple Inc, suffering from a global supply crunch, is now confronting a different problem: slowing demand. The company has told its component suppliers that ...

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Google delays its workers' return to office yet again

Google workers in the US will no longer be required to return to in-office work on January 10th. According to CNBC, company security VP Chris Rackow told employees in an email that Google will wait to reassess the situation and figure out when it's safe to return to an ...

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Google’s first Pixel smartwatch may finally be coming in 2022: Report

Google may finally bring its first smartwatch in 2022. According to a report by Insider, the smartwatch is codenamed Rohan and is being developed by Google’s Pixel hardware group separately from Fitbit. Name of the device is yet not clear, but it may simply be called Pixel Watch.The upcoming smartwatch ...

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Google Delays Return to Office for Employees in the US AGAIN—Omicron COVID-19 Variant to Blame?

Google delayed the return to the office of its employees in the United States once again, noting that the initial plan to adopt the hybrid working model on Jan. 10 has been postponed. (Photo : by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)NEW YORK, NEW YORK – OCTOBER 20: Google’s offices stand in downtown ...

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BEWARE: More Google Play Store Apps are Found to Have Trojan Malware, Per a Kaspersky Malware Analyst

More Google Play Store apps have been discovered to contain malware, including Trojan, according to a Kaspersky malware analyst. If you have them downloaded to your phone right, it is best that you delete them right away.  Tatyana Shishkova, the Android malware analyst for Kaspersky, regularly updates her personal ...

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Google Makes Its Android Auto for Phones Replacement Easier to Launch

Google is very committed to refining the car-optimized experience provided by its apps, so in addition to significant improvements coming to Android Auto users, it’s also working on polishing the new driving mode available on mobile devices.

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Gmail for web getting navigation redesign as Chat ‘Rooms’ are now called ‘Spaces’

A key part of Google’s integrated vision for productivity is routing everything through the Gmail apps. As part of Workspace becoming available “for everyone,” Gmail is getting streamlined navigation on the web, while Google Chat’s “Rooms” will soon be called “Spaces.” This streamlined navigation, which will be available later ...

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Google Workspace is now available ‘for everyone’ and gets new paid ‘Individual’ tier

Back in October, G Suite became Google Workspace for enterprise and later education, as well as nonprofit, customers. Google Workspace is now available “for everyone,” meaning that regular users with free accounts can access a more integrated productivity experience that merges Gmail, Chat, and Meet. The company imagines regular ...

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Google Workspace branding comes to Gmail for web, iOS [Update: Android]

Microsoft Edge doesn’t want its users to switch to ‘so 2008’ Google Chrome

Google delays mandatory return to office beyond January 10

YouTube Music is getting a new ‘Now Playing & Recently played’ Material You widget

YouTube Music for Android rolls out versatile ‘Recently Played’ widget

YouTube Creators Can Bring Back Dislike Counts Temporarily

Apple Scales Back on iPhone 13 Supply

Google postpones early 2022 return to office, no new date provided

Apple announces top free iPhone and iPad games on App Store in India in 2021: All the winners

Google just revealed a ton of new Android features coming this winter

Google ‘Pixel Watch’ Leaks are Surfacing, Plans for Release on 2022; ‘Rohan’ Separate from Fitbit

Waze Suddenly Starts Insisting on Using HOV Lanes, No Fix in Sight

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