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Posts Tagged ‘Google’

21 Percent Of Internet Traffic Riddled With Bad Bots

How much of your website's traffic is driven by bots?  The answer may surprise you.  Overall, bots account for nearly half of all web traffic. The "good" bots account for 20.4 ...

Another Google Service Is Going Away

If you are a fan of, and regularly use Goo.gl (the URL shortener service), brace for impact.  The company has announced that as of March 30, 2019, the service will be ...

RottenSys Malware Has Infected 5M Android Devices Since 2016

There's a new threat on the horizon, according to security researchers from Check Point.  A group of hackers in China are busy building a massive botnet that so far, totals almost ...

Google Changing Name Of Android Wear Without Updates

Wearable computing devices from smart watches to glasses are struggling to find an audience, and Google's Android Wear operating system hasn't gotten much love in recent years.  It has weakened as ...

You Can Now Search Google From iMessage With App Download

There's a fun, new update for Apple's iMessage app that will probably make lots of power users happy.  As long as you also have Google's iOS app installed, you'll be able ...

New Android OS To Improve Lower End Phones

Google has another new product out.  A slimmed down, streamlined version of the Android OS called "Go."  Unfortunately, it's release didn't gather as much press as you'd expect when a new ...

Google Calls Out Microsoft For Security Issue

Depending on who you ask, Google's Project Zero is either the thing that's going to singlehandedly save the internet, or the bane of many companies' existence.  It's easy to see both ...

Google Will Get Tougher On Websites Not Using HTTPS

Google is poised to make an important change to its Chrome browser beginning in July 2018. Here's the summary from Emily Schechter, the Google Chrome Security Product Manager: "For the past ...

Changes To Google Images Will Make Image Theft Difficult

Image theft is one of the biggest problems on the internet.  If you're a photographer, you've almost certainly lost money because people find your work online and make a copy of ...

Vulnerability Found In Popular Grammar Checker

On February 2, Tavis Ormandy, a researcher on Google's Project Zero team discovered a critical flaw in the popular online grammar checking app, "Grammarly."  Tens of millions of users make regular ...