Could Apple build a search engine that competes with Google?

“Apple it” just doesn’t have the same ring… (Nathana Rebouças/Unsplash/) Hamza Mudassir is a Visiting Fellow in Strategy, Cambridge Judge Business School. This story originally featured on The Conversation. Small corners of the internet are ablaze with the news that Apple has significantly ramped up its search bot activity. Search bots typically scan websites in […]

Your guide to every Google app’s privacy settings

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Google Photos is better at image editing than you think

Use only one app to save original shots while you play around with light settings on a copy. ( Dan Gold / Unsplash/) Google Photos has come a long way from the days when it was part of Google Plus. Once a simple cloud-based image manager, the platform has become an artificial intelligence-powered one-stop shop […]

Seven pro tips for the new Chromecast with Google TV

One watchlist, no wasted subscriptions. (Google /) Google has pushed out a brand new streaming dongle—the Chromecast with Google TV. This new gadget was designed to be a one-stop solution for all your audio and video streaming needs, and it’s part Chromecast, part Android TV, with an extra layer of Google TV on top. If […]

Used Google, Facebook, or Apple as a login? Here’s how to log out.

It’s surprising who we are willing to share our data with in order to find out how we’ll look when we’re old. ( jaikishan patel / Unsplash/) If something inside you screams in frustration every time a site asks you to create an account, you’ve probably shut it up by using your Google, Facebook, or […]