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Big Tech, also known as Big Four tech companies and Gang of Four, denotes some of the largest technology companies such as Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook and occasionally even Microsoft. These companies are assumed to be the most influential computer and software companies in the world because of their domination over the cyberspace during the 2010s.

Google Launches Pixel 8a Budget-Friendly Smartphone with Advanced AI

Breaking away from its usual reveal at the Google I/O event, the tech giant introduced the smartphone early, boasting a fresh mint color alongside the traditional hues.

Google Commits to Destroying Illegally Collected Incognito Browsing Data

Under the terms of the proposed settlement, which still requires approval from a California federal judge, Google will destroy or de-identify billions of records of web browsing data collected under the guise of private browsing.

Google Is Testing Its Medical AI Chatbot in US Hospitals

Google's representatives say that the technology has the potential to expand the applications of AI in healthcare tenfold, but they also express caution about its current readiness for integration into personal healthcare journeys.

Google's Update on Inactive Account Policies: Empowering Users to Manage Digital Afterlife

This update, designed to safeguard user data and empower individuals to manage their digital presence even after their lifetime, promises more clarity and control over the treatment of inactive accounts.

Apple and Google Unite to Fortify User Privacy: A Stride Towards Industry Standards Against Unwanted Tracking

The forthcoming industry specification, built based on this cooperative effort, will ensure that consumers can trust the technology they use daily. Users can expect significant changes in how their data is managed, with a noticeable increase in transparency and control.

Microsoft Launched Designer, a New AI-Based Tool Powered by DALL-E 2

Once the app becomes generally available, Microsoft will keep the standalone free version as well as provide a more feature-filled version for Microsoft 365 Personal and Microsoft 365 Family subscribers.

Google Is Changing Chrome Logo for the First Time Since 2014

On February 4, Google Chrome designer Elvin Hu shared the news in a Twitter thread about the upcoming changes of the browser's logo as well as the thought process that went into the recent redesign. This will be the first Chrome logo update in 8 years since 2014.

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