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Yes Chrome is scanning your Windows PC, but it might be a bug

A few days ago Kelly Shortridge, a product manager at SecurityScorecard detected some unexpected behavior on her PC, as a honeypot Canarytoken reported being accessed by Chrome.exe. That's not what you'd expect from a web browser normally, except for one thing -- Google did add some antivirus-y …

Google

Tinder is using AI to get you hooked up | Crunch Report

The Galaxy S9 will reportedly be a more iterative update and could show up at CES

Tick, tock<p>All the major smartphones of 2017 are out in the world, but it’s never to early to start thinking about next year’s flagships. Samsung is reportedly starting earlier than ever, with the company reportedly previewing the S9 and S9+ at CES in January, according to Evan Blass at …

Phones

US Supreme Court rejects Samsung’s appeal of $120 mn patent loss to Apple

US Supreme Court on Monday refused to step back into the years-long feud over patents between Samsung and Apple. (Source: Reuters)<p>The US Supreme …

U.S. Federal Courts

Google accidentally broke the internet throughout Japan

Last week, nearly half of Japan briefly lost access to the internet because of an error made by Google. The mistake was noticed and corrected within just a few minutes, but its effects led to hours of slowed internet connections. The impact was so large that Japan's Internal Affairs and …

Internet

Google's new algorithm shrinks JPEG files by 35 percent

For obvious reasons, Google has a vested interest in reducing the time it takes to load websites and services. One method is reducing the file size of images on the internet, which they previously pulled off with the WebP format back in 2014, which shrunk photos by 10 percent. Their latest …