Alphabet Inc Class C (NASDAQ: GOOG) Warns Chrome Users of a Vulnerability

Alphabet Inc Class C (NASDAQ: GOOG) is warning Chrome users on Linus macOS and Windows of a zero-day hack. Moreover, Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT) has stated that its Edge Browser is also vulnerable to the hack. The two companies are not revealing any information about the vulnerability to give users time to upgrade.

Eric Schmidt’s donations raise ethical concerns

Meanwhile, reports indicate that former Google CEO Eric Schmidt gave money to the White House Office of Science and Technology through his foundation. The issue is now raising concerns about ethics. One critic, Rachel Wallace, points out that the white house office is responsible for AI policy a d distributing funding hence the concern.

Jon Prosser has given an update suggesting Google might reveal its smartwatch at its annual I/O event between May 11 and 12. In the same event, the company will also tease its Pixel 6a smartphone.

Google will change its review system

Google also announced that it would change how it determined product reviews that appeared on a search. This move would ensure customers get more helpful reviews for products they want to purchase. Furthermore, it will ensure reviewers have used the products and have vital information the seller doesn’t give.

Google will implement these changes in the coming weeks. The company has also stated that it would try including reviews written in other languages. This move comes after Google users complained that their search results aren’t as beneficial as initially.

Many businesses use posts to promote themselves. However, most will concentrate more on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook sites to advertise themselves. Fortunately, using Google’s location-based services could also help advertise your business. Facebook also has location-based services that could help increase the visibility of your listing.

In 2021, Apple Inc (NASDAQ: AAPL) added an Only on Apple Page that advertised services like Cloud, Fitness+, Arcade, and Apple TV+ that users could only access if they had Apple hardware. However, experts argue that most people won’t buy Apple products just to access these services. For this reason, the company should expand its services to Android, where it would gain more customers. The company hasn’t made this move as it believes it would negatively impact iPhone sales.

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