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Google is Watching What You Buy Online, Including Third Parties – Top Trending Stories

Here are today’s Top 5 News & Events from Around the World. Take a look!

#5

GOOGLE IS WATCHING WHAT YOU BUY ONLINE, INCLUDING THIRD PARTIES

If you think that your shopping history is safe with platforms like Amazon, Swiggy, etc. then you are wrong. Google is collecting the data of all your shopping activities through your searches and the receipts that are sent to your personal Gmail account by different e-commerce websites. According to CNN, Google maintains a page called “Purchases”, that contains the list of most of the things that are bought dating back to 2012. Read more

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#4

5G COULD INFLUENCE WEATHER FORECASTS, REDUCE ACCURACY BY 30%, SAY EXPERTS

Scientists believe that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) which has been selling off access to the 24Ghz band that’s used for 5G can interfere with weather forecasts and reduce accuracy by up 30% as it’s close to the
23.8Ghz bandwidth which is used to collect atmospheric data. Read more

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#3

MICROSOFT, SONY FOLLOW GOOGLE’S LEAD, JOIN HANDS TO OFFER CLOUD-BASED GAMING SERVICES

Tech giants Microsoft and Sony have teamed up to create artificial intelligence and cloud-based gaming solutions. Under the partnership, Microsoft’s Azure cloud-computing platform will use Sony’s gaming and content streaming services to compete with Google’s Stadia services. Read more

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#2

NEW HUAWEI PHONES MIGHT LACK GOOGLE SERVICES

This Sunday, Google informed that it’s canceled business association with phone manufacturer Huawei which includes the transfer of software, hardware, and technical services barring those that are available for the public. Experts are speculating that this may force the phone maker to stop providing Google services to its customers. Read more

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#1

NOW BUY FLIGHT TICKETS WITH AMAZON APP

Amazon has joined hands with Cleartrip to allow its users to book flights across the country. The service can be checked out from the Amazon Pay section of the official app or the website. To sell the service, it’s promising attractive cashback rewards, small cancellation fees, and easy bookings. Read more

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