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Own an Android phone? The simple way to check if it's been hacked

IS YOUR phone battery running out faster than normal? If so it could be one of the signs your Android handset has been hacked. Android users are no strangers to security alerts, with experts often warning about dangerous, malware-filled apps that have somehow snuck onto the Google Play Store.

express.co.uk ,  40 minutes ago 7
Own an Android phone? The simple way to check if it's been hacked

Your Gmail account is changing whether you like it or not

YOUR Gmail inbox could soon look very different, whether you like the new look or not. Google is starting to roll out a new Gmail upgrade to millions of users. Earlier this year the Mountain View firm launched its new look Gmail, which not only integrated the Meet and Chat services but also brought with it a fresh design based on Material You.

express.co.uk ,  2 hours ago 10
Your Gmail account is changing whether you like it or not

Top 16 McDonalds restaurants in North Wales according to Google

The best as ranked by you the consumer McDonalds, one of the nation's favourite takeaway and fast food restaurants. Something that many would consider a staple favourite of “cheat day”. Although many will be trying to ditch such habits now that summer has arrived, most of us will still buckle and end up at the drive-through or finding ourselves browsing a particular app.

dailypost.co.uk ,  3 hours ago 2
Top 16 McDonalds restaurants in North Wales according to Google

10 of the highest paying jobs where you can earn money by working from home

MAKING money from home has never been more attractive as Britons grapple with rising petrol prices and rail strikes. But is it possible to earn a decent living without having to leave the house? The good news is the answer to that is yes and it might be easier than people think.

express.co.uk ,  5 hours ago 0
10 of the highest paying jobs where you can earn money by working from home

Plans to improve facilities at Sheppey Rugby Club's Stupple Field are submitted with Swale Borough Council

Sheppey Rugby Club have submitted plans for a redevelopment of their club facilities at Stupple Field. The club have said that “in order to comply with modern requirements in regard to safeguarding and privacy policies Sheppey RFC have submitted ambitious plans to Swale Borough Council for reconfigured changing rooms for players and officials, an extended gym, internal storage facilities, shop and a meeting/members room.”

kentonline.co.uk ,  5 hours ago 0
Plans to improve facilities at Sheppey Rugby Club's Stupple Field are submitted with Swale Borough Council

Google will delete location history data for abortion clinic visits

The company said that sensitive places including fertility centers, clinics and addiction treatment facilities will be erased Alphabet will delete location data showing when users visit an abortion clinic, the online search company said on Friday, after concern that a digital trail could inform law enforcement if an individual terminates a pregnancy illegally.

theguardian.com ,  7 hours ago 0
Google will delete location history data for abortion clinic visits

Google Violated Import Ban in Sonos Patent Case, US Customs Agency Says

The tech giant has continued importing products that utilize Sonos' patented technology, according to a Customs and Border Protection ruling. Google is still ripping off Sonos’ technology — according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection. In a public ruling issued Tuesday, the CBP found that Google products including Pixel smartphones, tablets and computers that utilize controller technology invented and patented by Sonos were in violation of a ban issued five months ago by the U.S. International Trade Commission.

billboard.com ,  7 hours ago 0
Google Violated Import Ban in Sonos Patent Case, US Customs Agency Says

CRB Raises Streaming Royalty Rate: Music Industry Reactions (Updating)

The NMPA, the Digital Media Association and more respond to Friday's historic ruling. Just ahead of the long Independence Day weekend on Friday (July 1), the Copyright Royalty Board (CRB) reached a new ruling that raises mechanical streaming rates — or the rates streaming services pay to songwriters and publishers — from 10.5% to 15.1% over the years 2018-2022.

billboard.com ,  10 hours ago 0
CRB Raises Streaming Royalty Rate: Music Industry Reactions (Updating)

Songwriters Earn 15.1% Streaming Royalty Rate in Long-Awaited CRB Ruling

Streaming companies Spotify, Amazon Music, Pandora and Google were also granted some victories from their appeal efforts. Songwriters are getting a streaming boost — finally. The Copyright Royalty Board (CRB) on Friday (June 1) announced a long-awaited determination in the Phonorecords III remand proceeding, favoring songwriters and publishers by raising mechanical streaming rates from 10.5% to 15.1% over the years 2018-2022.

billboard.com ,  10 hours ago 0
Songwriters Earn 15.1% Streaming Royalty Rate in Long-Awaited CRB Ruling

Copyright Royalty Board Confirms Streaming Royalty Raise for Publishers and Songwriters

Popular on Variety In a big win for the publishing and songwriting community, the Copyright Royalty Board reaffirmed the 15.1% headline rate increase in royalties paid by streaming services to publishers for the 2018-22 period. The rate was decided in 2018, but streaming services Spotify, Amazon Music, YouTube/Google and Pandora appealed the following year, arguing that the increase will make their business models untenable in light of the billions of dollars that they already pay in royalties.

variety.com ,  11 hours ago 0
Copyright Royalty Board Confirms Streaming Royalty Raise for Publishers and Songwriters

Troubling Nazi glitch found in simple Google Image search has internet users horrified

Twitter user Jason Pargin has gone viral after sharing with social media users how a seemingly innocent search via Google Images can lead to disturbing Nazi content Internet users have been left horrified by troubling Nazi images that show up in a simple Google search. The issue was raised by writer and Twitter user Jason Pargin on Friday when he discovered searching Google Images with the seemingly innocuous term "desk ornament" leads to disturbing content.

mirror.co.uk ,  12 hours ago 0
Troubling Nazi glitch found in simple Google Image search has internet users horrified

Australian company secures $700,000 deal for carbon capture and storage machine

AspiraDAC device can remove two tonnes of CO2 a year and store it underground using direct air capture technology A solar-powered and tent-sized Australian prototype machine that can suck CO2 from the air has secured a $700,000 contract to capture and store carbon. The deal, part of a project backed by corporates including the owners of Google and Facebook, is thought to be the first time an Australian company has secured a deal to remove CO2 using direct air capture (DAC) technology.

theguardian.com ,  12 hours ago 1
Australian company secures $700,000 deal for carbon capture and storage machine

Molotov cocktail thrown at pro-life pregnancy center in ‘act of terrorism’

A Tennessee pregnancy center was targeted with a Molotov cocktail and graffiti on Thursday in what the state’s governor has declared an act of ‘terrorism.’ The Hope Clinic for Women, a pro-life resource center, was targeted early Thursday morning in what investigators say is the first act of vandalism to hit Nashville following the US Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v Wade.

metro.co.uk ,  13 hours ago 3
Molotov cocktail thrown at pro-life pregnancy center in ‘act of terrorism’

Top Moor Side accident: Traffic being diverted after crash closes road near M621 Holbeck junction

Traffic is being diverted away from Top Moor Side tonight after a crash closed the road. Leeds Travel Info confirmed the news on their Twitter. "Road traffic collision has resulted in the closure of Top Moor Side by the junction with M621 Junction 2A in Holbeck."

yorkshireeveningpost.co.uk ,  14 hours ago 11
Top Moor Side accident: Traffic being diverted after crash closes road near M621 Holbeck junction

Google has been sharing user data with a sanctioned Russian company, according to ProPublica

The data could include geographical locations and search activity from users around the world and in Ukraine, sent to a Russia state-affiliated advertising company. As recently as late June, Google was sharing user data—which could include IP addresses, geographical locations, and details about users’ identity, interests, and search activity—with an advertising company owned by Russia’s largest state bank, according to a report shared with ProPublica.

fastcompany.com ,  14 hours ago 0
Google has been sharing user data with a sanctioned Russian company, according to ProPublica

Google users 'horrified' by what comes up after simple search term

One Twitter user has gone viral after spotting the search results A mundane Google search term has left users astounded by its results when searching by image. Twitter user Jason Pargin raised the issue in a tweet on Friday, which has since amassed thousands of retweets, quote tweets and likes.

liverpoolecho.co.uk ,  15 hours ago 111
Google users 'horrified' by what comes up after simple search term

Harehills Lane incident: Police investigating following aggravated burglary at Gesipr Community Hub in Leeds

Police are investigating following a report of an aggravated burglary at the Gesipr Community Hub in Harehills Lane, Leeds. The incident is said to have occurred at around 1.30am today (Friday, July 1) and resulted in cash and personal effects being taken. No injuries were reported.

yorkshireeveningpost.co.uk ,  15 hours ago 27
Harehills Lane incident: Police investigating following aggravated burglary at Gesipr Community Hub in Leeds

Woodlesford incident: Bomb squad called to Leeds woods after reports of suspicious package

The bomb squad has been called out to woodland in Leeds following reports of a suspicious package there. Police were called to woods close to Aberford Road, Woodlesford, at about 9.53am this morning. They had received reports that a suspicious item had been found. Explosive ordnance disposal specialists were sent to the woods to investigate the item.

yorkshireeveningpost.co.uk ,  15 hours ago 0
Woodlesford incident: Bomb squad called to Leeds woods after reports of suspicious package

Behold London’s ‘landscraper’! Google’s new UK HQ – as long as the Shard is tall

Tech giant’s King’s Cross HQ replete with pool, nap pods and rooftop exercise track marks its topping out phase A lunchtime basketball game, a walk around the rooftop exercise trail or 40 winks in a “nap pod”: just some of the workplace perks that are a step closer for Google’s London employees in what will be their new home.

theguardian.com ,  15 hours ago 8
Behold London’s ‘landscraper’! Google’s new UK HQ – as long as the Shard is tall