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KataOS is Google's new operating system for machine learning applications

TechSpot

As Stadia recently showed, Google is always working on new "experimental" technologies even if there's a chance they will fail in the most pitiful ways. The company's newest experiment is KataOS, a highly secure open-source operating system.

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Google wants you to help build its Fuchsia operating system

Venture Beast

Google today announced that Fuchsia, its open-source operating system is welcoming contributions from the public. The company is expanding Fuchsia’s open source model to make it easier for public engagement.

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Google and mobile operating systems top list of privacy concerns, says Kaspersky

Tech Republic Security

Using data gathered by its Privacy Checker website, Kaspersky has been able to pinpoint areas of concern for visitors seeking to improve their privacy posture.

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Google and Samsung are working on the next generation of Wear OS-based wearable tech

TechSpot

Android 14 was released this past October for Google Pixel smartphones, bringing new and improved features to the world of mobile devices. However, Wear OS, Google's operating system designed for smartwatches and other wearables, is still based on the Android 13 release, despite coming to the market just three months ago.

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Google wants EU regulators to force Apple to open up iMessage

TechSpot

Google and some of Europe's largest telecoms have asked the European Union to designate Apple's iMessage as a "gateway" platform under its recently passed Digital Markets Act (DMA). The designation could force Apple to offer iMessage on non-Apple devices and operating systems, making its advanced features compatible with other messaging.

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Google and Mozilla patch their internet tools against a critical security flaw

TechSpot

Google has recently released a new Stable Channel Update for its Chrome web browser on all supported PC operating systems, which is designed to fix an actively exploited security vulnerability. Details about the flaw are unknown at this point, but the issue is affecting browsers and internet clients developed by.

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Google owns search. Is that illegal?

Vox

Google’s office in New York City. Spencer Platt/Getty Images Which search engine do you use, and why is it Google? The first big trial of the modern Big Tech antitrust movement is here: On September 12, the Department of Justice’s lawsuit against Google’s search engine monopoly begins. A judge will soon decide. What’s at stake?

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