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Retailer offering free Chromecast with Google Home pre-orders in Canada

Smart devices Announcements
TechCrunch

Crunch Report | Google To Stop Scanning Inboxes

PhoneArena

Google Wallet updated with fingerprint and Google Account PIN support

Mobile devices
TechCrunch

Uber has seen a sharp drop in new driver retention this year: Apptopia

Taxis Apps
Ars Technica

Medical records join revenge porn, credit card numbers for Google removal

WSJD

Google to Stop Reading Users’ Emails to Target Ads

Re/code

Nest’s lead industrial designer is leaving to join luxury behemoth LVMH

TechCrunch , Bloomberg , The Verge , +3

Google now has all the data it needs, will stop scanning Gmail inboxes for ad personalization

TechCrunch , The Verge

Local businesses can now post on Google with Posts on Google

Apps & Services
Re/code

At Cannes, advertisers are still hunting for an alternative to Google and Facebook

Advertising
Wired

Google Unveils an AI Investment Fund. It's Betting on an App Store for Algorithms.

PhoneArena , TNW

Google Photos no longer supports the option to backup only while charging

New
VentureBeat

Tech firms including Cisco, IBM, and SAP allow Russian authorities to review product source code

Privacy Foreign affairs
TNW

Samsung's Bixby knows Galaxy S8 owners would rather use Google Assistant

PE Hub

Meltwater buys Postmedia's media monitoring unit for $38 mln

Cloud Advertising Strategy
Finextra

AI could increase corporate profitability by 38% - Accenture

Bloomberg , The Guardian , The Verge

Google to Remove Private Medical Records From Search Results

Data leaks Communities
$7,500,000 Venture capital
PRWeb

Underground Elephant Secures $7.5 Million in Financing from Pacific Mercantile Bank

GSMArena.com

Google Photos removes ability to have backups performed only when charging

@ruhanirabin via The Verge , Business Insider

Google is launching a new line of cameras for 180-degree VR video