Google has always been on the lookout for new ideas that will keep the information of their users safe and secure. Allowing your apps to access your location has become mandatory in some cases, but Google will let you delete your history.
The danger of compromising online & personal information has never been higher. We live in an age where most of our personal data, if not all, are stored digitally. Companies have to update their safety measures and regulations in order to be ahead of both the competition and cyber-criminals.
But Google has an eye for everything! Recently, the company promised to update their settings in regards to location history and your saved [...]
Under fire for the sheer amount of personal data it collects, Google will finally allow you to auto-delete your activity and location history, the company said. Google will roll out similar deletion controls for web and app activity soon.
The US government’s National Institutes of Standards and Technology recently decided to sponsor what appears to be the most comprehensive look to date at the value of GPS technology relative to the US economy as a whole. The results also shed some pretty interesting light on how much of a financial blow would result from a widespread outage of GPS technology, whether it’s the result of malicious activity or something like severe weather in space hampering or destroying satellites.
You can probably guess where this is going.
We’ve all had a device go missing at some point and it can certainly be a bit nerve-wracking. Fortunately, Android has quite a few ways to tackle this problem as long as you have another device on hand. Let’s take a look at some common situations and how to find your Android phone using another device.