Google has made no secret of its plans to target the so-called “next billion” internet users in India, unveiling a spate of programs and initiatives in recent years designed to get millions more people hooked up to its myriad online services. Presenting at its fourth annual Google for India event today in New Delhi, the internet giant made a number of announcements that further builds on these ambitions. Way back in December, Google announced the latest in its “Go”-branded alternative lightweight apps. Called Google Go, the search-focused app was eventually launched in a number of emerging markets around the world, and today in India Google announced that the app now sports text-to-speech capabilities that can read articles and web pages out loud. Google VP Yossi Matias told VentureBeat that this system could be expanded to other Google services. Print to web Elsewhere, Google also today revealed a new project designed to help offline print … [Read more...] about Google seeks more Indian-language content, rebrands Tez as Google Pay ahead of global rollout
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Google, which has been long known for defending freedom of internet, recently removed access to a feature that was widely used to bypass censorship; domain fronting. Activists claim Google is siding with censorship, while Google claims it was a regular update. But what is the bigger picture? Should Google ignore the moral effects of its actions? Do you want to be a cryptocurrency millionaire? Don't get your hopes up. VISIT HARD FORK Before I try to answer that, lets have a look at what domain fronting really is about. Domain fronting primer Domain fronting is a technique that hides the actual website the user is trying to connect to from network monitors. As such, it is used by both anti-filtering tools — such as Signal, Tor, and Psiphon — as well as malicious actors. Here is how it works: You generally access websites via their URL — a human readable address that translates to an IP, used to locate the server. For instance, www.google.com might translate to … [Read more...] about Did Google stop domain fronting as a censorship move?
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Article Contents1 Confidence Level1.1 The Origin of the Evidence2 Examination / Teardown2.1 Names: Tycho, Nova, and Project Fi2.2 The App: Tycho2.3 The Service: Project Fi2.3.1 What You'll Pay For2.3.2 Multiple Lines and Shared Data2.3.3 Data-Only Service2.3.4 Switch Phones With The Press Of A Button2.3.5 Carriers and Auto-Switching2.3.6 Your Google Voice Number2.3.7 Device Financing2.3.8 Usage Tracking For Ads2.4 Signing Up For Project Fi3 Final Thoughts Large companies have a hard time keeping secrets, especially when multiple partners and countless employees become involved. Bits and pieces are bound to leak out, both intentionally and accidentally, and sometimes a wealth of information can be discovered about unannounced plans. It appears that an app designed for Google's much anticipated MVNO has turned up in an unofficial Nexus 6 firmware image. If legitimate, the app not only confirms the service, but it may reveal some details about service plans, billing, and even a previously … [Read more...] about [Rumor] Google’s Carrier Project Detailed In Leaked App
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