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Amazon to acquire podcast startup Wondery Inc has said that it would acquire podcast startup Wondery, aiming to beef up non-musical content on its Amazon Music app, according to a Reuters report. Wondery, which houses popular podcasts like “Dirty John”, “Dr Death”, and “Business Wars”, has about 20 million monthly unique listeners, the news agency...
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AR headset eSight 3 designed to help visually impaired see launches in Australia and New Zealand

eSight 3 sets the gold standard for the most sophisticated low vision glasses of their kind anywhere in the world, enabling the visually impaired to actually see, be mobile and independently carry out virtually all Activities.
On Friday, The Wall Street Journal reported that Google has been in discussions with several publishers, including Vox Media, Time Warner Inc’s CNN, Mic, the Washington Post and Time Inc to participate in the project. (Photo/Google)

Google publishing technology: Here’s why Google wants media companies to create stories like Snapchat’s ‘Discover’

The parent company of Google, Alphabet Inc is working on the development of technology that will enable media companies to create stories similar to those found on Snapchat’s “Discover” platform
Campaign for Accountability (CfA), a non-profit organisation identified 329 research papers published between 2005 and 2017 on public policy matters of interest to Google that were in some way funded by the company (Photo/Agency)

CfA claims Google paid millions for favourable academic research; search giant says competitors like Oracle behind the report

Google paid millions of dollar to scholars and academician from most prestigious universities including Stanford, Harvard, MIT, Oxford for favourable academic research to support its business and policy goals, claims CfA

Apple, Google ask developers to eliminate X-Mode location tracking or face ban

Tech giants Apple and Google have given app developers 7 days or more to eliminate the location-tracing software from a company called X-Mode Social from their apps or face ban on App Store and Play Store.
Third-party apps can read email of Gmail users just as they can read SMS and call logs

Third-party apps can read email of Gmail users just as they can read SMS and call logs

According to a report in Wall Street Journal, Google allows third-party app developers to scan through Gmail accounts.
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Kaspersky software used by Russians to hack US govt; Is India safe?

The New York Times reported that Israeli intelligence officials spying on Russian government hackers had found that Russian's agencies were using Kaspersky Lab antivirus software that is used by 400 million people globally, including U.S. Government agencies to hack their system.
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