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TechNN Archive: Wednesday, July 4, 2018
 

 

General Interest
  • "Con artists take advantage of a revived Chrome bug to spread tech support scams" BGR 6:24 PM
  • "More than 1 in 10 consumers want voice commands for their toilet" ZDNet 3:58 PM
  • "This password-stealing malware just added a new way to infect your PC" ZDNet 3:57 PM
  • "Chrome Duplex will be renamed to avoid the obvious confusion with Google Duplex" 9to5Google 2:45 PM
  • "How to declare independence from technology" CNBC 10:42 AM
  • "Internet cables can aid quake detection" BBC 9:50 AM
  • "Internet connectivity is a human right, and Rightmesh has a plan to fulfill it" Digital Trends 9:49 AM
  • "Baidu goes all in on AI at dev conference" V3 8:30 AM
  • "Samsung investigating messaging bug that sends private photos to contacts at random" Telegraph 8:29 AM
  • "Consumers more interested in social hashtags over brand handles: Understanding how customers talk about them on social is key to a better customer experience - and a positive experience with a brand will make them more loyal." ZDNet 8:28 AM
  • "Samsung is reportedly developing a curved battery for its foldable phone" The Next Web 8:28 AM
  • "DeepMind computers team up to outwit human opponents in multi-player video game" Telegraph 8:18 AM
  • "Phone apps aren't secretly listening to your calls: But what they do is still 'alarming'/Researchers find that apps aren't using a phone's mic but they are watching what you do on the screen." ZDNet 8:07 AM
  • "Google Goes Into Damage Control Mode Over Gmail Third-Party App Access Privacy Concerns" HotHardware 3:53 PM
  • "Tech-support scammers revive bug that sends Chrome users into a panic: Similar bugs reportedly affect Firefox and other browsers, too." Ars Technica 7:48 AM
  • "Who's reading your Gmail? Not us, says Google, and we vet 3rd-party apps that do: Google says it doesn't get paid for giving third-party apps access to Gmail and checks them thoroughly." ZDNet 7:47 AM
  • "Google would like you to know that your Gmail is safe even though people you don't know can read it" BGR 7:45 AM