More than 42 comments have been lodged with the council in respect of the plans, and residents have taken to social media to air their views. Concerns have been raised over plans to convert a small terraced house into a much bigger ‘house in multiple occupation’.
A suspected thief was shot dead by police at his home in southwestern China on Wednesday after he repeatedly threatened to detonate explosives during a 16-hour standoff. Holding what appeared to be a remote control, the suspect brought out four devices he claimed were explosives and threatened to set them off.
A bid to turn a former art gallery into three houses was brushed aside when it came before councillors this week. Applicant Mr Thornton had wanted to knock down the former Mullion Gallery in Nansmellyon Road, Mullion and in its place build two semi-detached houses and a detached house on the same piece of land, which has in the past also been the site of a petrol station.
Ambani plans to use Facebook's messaging service, WhatsApp, to connect millions of small businesses in India to his e-commerce initiative, JioMart. The partnership with Google, meanwhile, aims to jointly develop an affordable 5G smartphone. Reliance, whose major businesses include energy and retail in addition to technology, is expected to provide an update on those initiatives at its annual shareholder meeting on Thursday, along with an ambitious plan to build out India's 5G network.
Old ‘unlisted’ videos are about to turn private, unless you opt-out. Soon, public links to an untold number of items stored on Google Drive and YouTube will stop working. In the name of enhanced security, Google is changing the way it handles link sharing on both services, and while active users may be able to opt out of the switch, files and videos abandoned on unused or inactive accounts may simply slip out of view forever.
BRASÍLIA/SÃO PAULO, June 23 (Reuters) - A Brazilian Senate committee on Wednesday formally approved a request to call representatives of Alphabet Inc's Google, Facebook and Twitter to testify in an ongoing probe into the government's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic. Senators want to look into what role the companies had in helping to spread potentially dangerous misinformation during the pandemic.
At I/O 2021, Google made a big push for building apps across all the form factors Android is available on. The company is now massively encouraging adoption with the global launch of the Play Media Experience Program to get more apps on Wear OS, Android/Google TV, Auto, and tablets/foldables.
A lot of publicly accessible Google Drive links will no longer be accessible later this year unless their owners opt out of new security enhancements. These enhancements are being brought to Google Drive on September 23rd, 2021, the company announced in a blog post today. Once this change goes live, Google says that users will need a “resource key” to access a publicly shared link.
The government is poised to announce a ban on junk food advertising online and before 9pm on TV from 2023, as Boris Johnson looks to deliver on his pledge to tackle the UK’s growing obesity crisis. The new measures, which will be some of the toughest marketing restrictions in the world, will heavily impact the more than £600m spent by brands on all food advertising online and on TV annually.
Now that Google has opened up its business-focused Workspace suite to everyone, there are some new Google Drive features. But as with every move, sometimes things get busted along the way. Google announced it’s releasing a security update that may affect some Drive files.
Should Apple open up its App Store before it is forced to do so by regulatory action and antitrust litigation? Allowing sideloaded apps onto the iOS platform is fraught with problems -- but has some potential benefits too. While the two mobile device platforms are often compared for their similarities, Google's Android platform has historically differed from Apple's iOS (and iPadOS) in at least one significant way: Android has always permitted end users to sideload applications, which includes the use of alternative app stores such as Amazon's.
A woman has been paid almost £300,000 in compensation after her bosses sacked her for being pregnant and labelled her a ‘mother hen’. Naomi Hefford told colleagues at Queensway Surgery, in Essex, that she was pregnant and classified as ‘high risk’ in November 2017.
Stadia is live for Android TV, and Google is celebrating with half off controllers Time to throw your old Chromecast Ultra in a drawer
Time to throw your old Chromecast Ultra in a drawer The latest Chromecast is a phenomenal streaming device, but there has been a glaring omission since its launch last year. Google has promised Stadia as the future of cloud gaming, but it's been missing from Android TV devices, including the Chromecast with Google TV.
EMERGENCY services have been called to a two-car collision on the A483 on the approach to the Posthouse Roundabout near Chester this evening (Wednesday, June 23). The incident has been reported on the northbound carriageway between junction 7 (Rossett) and the B5445 Wrexham Road (Belgrave).
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(Bloomberg) -- The House Judiciary Committee’s consideration of antitrust bills targeting big tech began Wednesday with bipartisan pledges to use legislation to break the hold that the largest companies have on the internet economy. In its first action, the committee approved a bill revising the fees companies pay when they seek antitrust approval for mergers.
Google today announced a “Security update” for Drive to “make file sharing more secure.” This is part of a broader company-wide change that also affects YouTube and will impact the productivity app on September 13, 2021. At a high level, this “update will change the links used for some files.” It could lead you and others to request file access, though “access to these files won’t change for people who have already viewed them.” The technical explanation of this security update is as follows:
ROADWORKS which are expected to be in place for around SIX MONTHS will start in Halesowen this week. The roadworks will be on Manor Way from tomorrow (Thursday June 24) while work takes place at Sandvik and are expected to cause "chaos" for motorists. The Swedish engineering firm is building a new smaller HQ before it demolishes its existing home.