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Google Update: Users will be enrolled in 2-step authentication

Google Update: Users will be enrolled in 2-step authentication

Google enhances the security of its users by offering a wide selection of features. One such feature is 2-step verification (2SV), which includes the security of Google Account users. So far, this security feature is optional and users can sign up to set up their account settings. Google has announced that it will soon be enrolling all users with a 2-step verification feature. It says this will be another way for the user account to verify that the account holder …

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Google’s self-driving manager, quits work

Google’s self-driving manager, quits work

An official who oversaw the transformation of Google’s automotive car project at a multibillion-dollar corporate company has stepped down after more than five years in office. John Krafcik announced his resignation as CEO of Waymo, a company that came out of Google, in a letter written on Friday expressing his desire to enjoy life as the world emerges from the epidemic. “I look forward to a time of refreshment, reconnection with old friends and family, and discovering new parts of …

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Google Stack is a different ‘CamScanner’ method

Google Stack is a different ‘CamScanner’ method

Google has released a new app that allows users to scan and keep their documents organized. Called Google Stack, the new tool offers features similar to those of popular document scanning apps like CamScanner and Microsoft Lens. developed under Google’s Area 120 category, Stack is only available for Android devices at the moment and is currently only available in the US. “I joined Google a few years ago at the start of my education, Democratic. At Socratic, we have used …

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Google ‘not for us’ to say how media companies $ 1 billion

Google ‘not for us’ to say how media companies $ 1 billion

Google Alphabet Inc has reached licensing agreements with more than 600 news sites around the world and is seeing a “significant increase” in users requesting more content in certain books as part of a new program, it said Wednesday. The renewal comes as major online service providers including Facebook Inc have been embroiled in serious disputes over appropriate compensation to publishers. Google continues to negotiate with more publishers, including the United States, to spend $ 1 billion on what it …

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