Google has stored unencrypted passwords for 14 years

Passwords have been kept by Google as text from 2005 to January 2019, according to the company’s announcement on Wednesday. This problem only affected some customers using the G Suite service. Normally, companies store their users’ passwords in encrypted form, which prevents hackers from reading…

Huawei’s phones will no longer be able to use Google’s software

Huawei’s phones will no longer be able to use Google’s software, including the Android operating system and Gmail and YouTube apps. Google’s parent company, Alphabet, reportedly decided Sunday to suspend its commercial ties with Huawei after the Chinese company was blacklisted by the US government…

Should You Be Polite To Your Electronic Device?

Should one be polite with one’s electronic devices? Google seems to believe you should be, since its virtual assistant will now be more polite when a user will say the words “please” and “thank you”. For example, the query “Set a five-minute timer, please” will…