Google Nest Hub Max review

Google Nest Hub Max review

This post was originally published on this siteThere were two standout features I really appreciated off the bat about the original Nest (nee Google Home) Hub: its compact size and its lack of camera. The new Nest Max has decidedly neither of those things. After releasing a model that offered an interesting alternative to the

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FCC Website Reveals All-New ASUS Chromebook Flip C433

FCC Website Reveals All-New ASUS Chromebook Flip C433

This post was originally published on this siteThe ASUS Chromebook Flip 433 is a new Chromebook on the way from ASUS, and in this post we take a look at its specs, price and availability. The article FCC Website Reveals All-New ASUS Chromebook Flip C433 was first published on OMG! Chrome! Source: http://shop.9pi.co.th/en_US/2019/09/08/fcc-website-reveals-all-new-asus-chromebook-flip-c433/

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4 New Acer Chromebooks Unveiled at IFA, Including 11-inch Spin Model

4 New Acer Chromebooks Unveiled at IFA, Including 11-inch Spin Model

This post was originally published on this siteA crop of new Chromebooks have been unveiled by Acer at IFA 2019, including the Chromebook 314 & 315 and the Acer Chromebook Spin 311. The article 4 New Acer Chromebooks Unveiled at IFA, Including 11-inch Spin Model was first published on OMG! Chrome! Source: http://shop.9pi.co.th/en_US/2019/09/04/4-new-acer-chromebooks-unveiled-at-ifa-including-11-inch-spin-model/

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Google releases Android 10

Google releases Android 10

This post was originally published on this siteAndroid 10 is now available, assuming you have a phone that already supports Google’s latest version of its mobile operating system. For now, that’s mostly Google’s own Pixel phones, though chances are that most of the phones that were supported during the beta phase will get updated to

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Google to pay security researchers who find Android apps and Chrome extensions misusing user data

Google to pay security researchers who find Android apps and Chrome extensions misusing user data

This post was originally published on this siteGoogle said it will pay security researchers who find “verifiably and unambiguous evidence” of data abuse using its platforms. It’s part of the company’s efforts to catch those who misuse user data collected through Android apps or Chrome extensions — and to avoid its own version of a

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