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Analysts: Google Search is losing clicks

Most Google searches end without clicking on the links, show data of Jumpshot marketing research firm. The number of such “idle” requests has grown since 2016 and continues to increase. Jumpshot specialists analyzed 40 million search queries in browsers in the US in June, and found that the number...

Microsoft admits wiretapping users

Microsoft has confirmed the fact of collection of audio recordings of the process of user communication with the voice assistant Cortana and Skype Translator, reports Reuters. According to a company representative, Microsoft employees and contractors subsequently study the data obtained in order to...

You Can Wear Your New Air Conditioner With Your Clothes

Sony introduces wearable air conditioner smaller than a mobile phone. Now you will be able to wear your air conditioner! Yes, you heard it right. Sony has built a new wearable AC, which could be worn with clothes. The said portable air conditioner is named Reon Pocket. It is smaller as well as...

Research: Anonymous data is not so anonymous anymore

Databases of medical institutions, insurance companies, telecom operators or entertainment services that do not contain a person’s first and last name are no longer personal data from the point of view of the law, and therefore can be freely sold or transferred to third parties. Scientists say that...

French Optic 2000 unveils smart glasses

French eyewear giant Optic 2000 presented, during the CES 2019 edition, its flagship product: smart glasses. With a drastically different approach from Google’s failed Glass project, Optic 2000 is designing products which cover all the traditional parameters of classic glasses and launches the new...

Tech giants face stricter government regulation in the US

The US Congress commenced hearings on the growing market influence of leading high-tech companies, namely, Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google. The companies had to respond to claims of market dominance, obstructing competition, and careless handling of user data. Despite objections of the firms,...

Nestle's Head: Veggie meat is new megatrend

According to the chief executive officer of Nestle, the world's largest producer of food products, the veggie "meat" will turn from an exotic alternative into a "significant megatrend." In an interview with the MarketWatch, Mark Schneider said that his company is developing a large range of...

Huawei may introduce Android replacement in August

Huawei has announced Huawei Developer Conference 2019. During the event, the manufacturer may present its own mobile operating system, which should be a possible replacement for Android. The conference will be divided into three parts: speeches of developers, technical forum and Codelabs. The main...

Are US high-tech investors causing brain drain in Europe?

Last week, a group of British scientists in the field of quantum computing moved to Silicon Valley to establish a startup called PsiQ. The company is invested from Playground venture firm created by Android founder Andy Rubin, who sold the last two projects to Amazon. This is not the first time...

'Russia's Google' Yandex Was Hacked By Western Intelligence For Spying: Reuters

In late 2018, the server of the Russian internet search company Yandex was broken into by hackers employed by Western intelligence agencies with the aim of injecting a rare type of malware that was capable of spying on user accounts, reported news agency Reuters citing information from four sources...
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