Google and Fitbit could be done after this lawsuit

Source: Pocketnow The US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and Fitbit recalled more than 1.7 million Fitbit Ionic smartwatches due to reports of burning issues. The CPSC report unveiled that the smartwatch had multiple flaws that could cause overheating and burn injuries, and there were at least two reports of third-degree burns and four reports … Read more

Two reasons why Google, Meta, and others are killing lightweight apps

Source: Pocketnow Many companies, including Google itself, launched “Go” and “Lite” branded applications of their main services and apps to provide lightweight software for smartphones that didn’t have as much power and high-end components. The Go and Lite branded apps were aimed at low-end devices. They especially targeted developing countries where the internet was still … Read more

Google and ‘the government’ will always be at odds with each other when it comes to ads and policy

A (nother) bi-partisan group of senators is going to soon introduce a bill that would force Google to sell off part of its advertising business, according to Bloomberg. The proposed bill would “bar companies with more than $ 20 billion in digital advertising revenue from owning the tools to help buy and sell online ads … Read more

Best smart LED light bulbs that work with Google Home 2022

To experience all that smart LED lights can offer, you’ll want to start with ones that are entirely customizable with the full spectrum of colors available. Because these bulbs are way more expensive than any light bulb you’ve probably bought in your life, you’re going to want to choose a brand that can satisfy all … Read more

How to delete your personal data from Google and reclaim your privacy

Google is the most used search engine in the world. The company serves nearly a whopping 3.5 billion searches per day. Undoubtedly, the search engine giant holds a lot of information – about companies, individual personalities, and almost everything. With so much data scattered on the internet, and Google regularly indexing it, it’s probably inevitable … Read more