Google releases Android Pie 9.0, but not for everyone: here are the most interesting news

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Android Pie 9.0 is officially available for download on Google Pixel, Pixel 2 and Essential Phone, for other smartphones will be discussed instead in the coming months. Google has introduced several innovations in the new version of its operating system, and here we point out the most interesting ones (considering however that some have been announced, but […]

App Store generates twice the earnings compared to Google Play

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Despite the significantly lower download count, the App Store once again earns more than its main competitor Google Play. A new report published by Sensor Tower shows how App Store, the Apple store dedicated to applications, generates an annual turnover of about 50% more consistent than that of the Android counterpart Google Play, in the first half of this year, recorded a gross profit of about $ 11.8 billion for […]

Google: fine of 4.34 billion euros for violations implemented through Android

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The European Commission has fined Google with a record figure of € 4.34 billion for the violation of antitrust rules related to the EU. Since 2011, the Commission explains, Google imposes significant restrictions on Android device manufacturers and network operators to consolidate their dominant position in the online search industry. Google will now have to correct […]

Google: the Advanced Protection Program now also supports native iOS apps

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After the launch by Google in October of its Advanced Protection Program, some doubts have arisen. The system was in fact created to prevent account hacking, but the initial closure had cut out all third-party apps, including those native to iOS such as Mail, Contacts, and Calendar. Six months later, Google has found a way to make […]

Apple fishing at home Google to improve Siri: hired John Giannandrea

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Apple has hired the now former head of the Google AI section John Giannandrea, reports The New York Times. The news came from an internal email from Tim Cook, in which he wrote that ” John shares our focus on privacy and our thoughtful approach to creating increasingly intelligent and personal computers “. This is a big “hit” for Apple, as […]