In recent weeks, Google not only killed the entry-level Celeron Pixel Slate models, but also abandoned first-party tablets for laptops. A Google Store sale on the Pixel Slate today takes $100 off across the line and throws in a free keyboard of your choice.
The Pixel 4 is on the way. It may be packing some new tech for Google, and leaked screen protectors are implying Google’s next flagship will have face-sensing tech that’s beyond even Apple’s iPhone XS.
The Google Play Store is the pre-installed app store on most Android phones and is where you go to find your apps and games 95% of the time. It’s also a portal for buying movies, music, TV episodes, e-books, magazines, and more. While the refund stipulations for all of these items aren’t same, the easiest way to refund them is.
How to get a refund on a Google Play listing
If you’re working on any kind of software that utilizes facial recognition — a secure Face ID camera system for a phone is just one example that comes to mind — you need a good amount of data in order to train the AI that powers it. Google isn’t exactly new to the data collection game, but you might be surprised to learn that it’s been doing so via such an old-fashioned method. Read More
Google is stopping people in the street to buy their face data — possibly for Pixel 4’s ‘Face ID’ was written by the awesome team at Android Police.