more players better fun Play with friends (or strangers) with these great multiplayer games on PS4 We all want games we can play with our friends whether it be online or in person. Here's our top line-up for the best multiplayer games for your PlayStation 4! … [Read more...] about PUBG removed from App Store and Google Play Store following ban in India
Google play store app install
READ NEXT › When Is Android 11 Coming to My Phone, and How Do I Install It? › How to See Which Program Is Using All Your CPU on Windows › Here’s How Screenshots Work on Android › What’s the Difference Between a Megabit and Megabyte? › How to Speed Up Your Old Mac and Give It a New Life … [Read more...] about What Are Google Play Points, and How Do You Use Them?
According to a Google support page, verified calls work by having a business ping Google’s server with its phone number, your phone number, and the reason for its call before it rings you. The app on your phone then compares the incoming call with the information it receives from Google, and if the two match, then it shows the call as verified. Google’s server then deletes this information “within minutes.” Google tells us that business can use the feature regardless of whether they’re making calls in bulk or individually, and that it has safeguards in place to stop companies from abusing it. … [Read more...] about Google’s Phone app comes to more devices, and can now tell you why a business is calling
MORE FROM THE ACCC Australia stands up new ACCC branch to monitor Facebook and GoogleCanberra launches digital platforms plan of attackACCC to expand digital battle to online marketplaces and private messaging servicesACCC raises competition concerns about Google's acquisition of FitbitCourt vacates ACCC v Google location data handling case management hearingACCC targets Google and Facebook with five investigations underwayGoogle sued by ACCC for allegedly linking data for ads without consent … [Read more...] about App stores next digital realm under the ACCC microscope
Using Bluetooth, the app will exchange anonymous, encrypted, random codes with other mobile phones with the Protect Scotland app installed. You do not need to have a WiFi connection and the app uses a very small amount of your mobile phone data, but you do need to keep Bluetooth switched on. … [Read more...] about Scotland launches anonymous ‘Protect Scotland’ contact tracing app