Developer Preview 4 de Android Things

 Publicado por Wayne Piekarski, representante de programadores para IoT Hoy lanzamos la siguiente Developer Preview 4 (DP4) de Android Things con nuevo hardware compatible, funciones y corrección de errores en la plataforma. El objetivo de Android Things es permitirles a los programadores de Android que compilen rápidamente dispositivos inteligentes, y los escalen sin inconvenientes […]

KISS frontman Gene Simmons on new Live Case designs and why he loves his Pixel

If you’re a KISS fan, you’ve probably spent some crazy, crazy nights rocking out in face paint. But what about when you want to bring a little KISS with you to work or Grandma’s house? You might want to leave the face paint at home, so we’ve got you (and your phone) covered. KISS joined […]

Introducing page-level enforcements and a new Policy center

As a publisher you face many challenges. One of the broadest and most encompassing of these is growing your user base while making sure your content remains high-quality and policy compliant. Your feedback has helped us understand this challenge, and we’re always working to improve. A few weeks ago, we announced two new AdSense features: […]

Introducing page-level enforcements and a new Policy center

As a publisher you face many challenges. One of the broadest and most encompassing of these is growing your user base while making sure your content remains high-quality and policy compliant. Your feedback has helped us understand this challenge, and we’re always working to improve. A few weeks ago, we announced two new AdSense features: […]

Keeping your company data safe with new security updates to Gmail

Keeping company data secure is priority one, and that starts with protecting the tools that your employees use every day. We’re constantly adding security features to help businesses stay ahead of potential threats, and are excited to announce new security features for Gmail customers, including early phishing detection using machine learning, click-time warnings for malicious […]

New built-in Gmail protections to combat malware in attachments

(Cross-posted from the Google Security Blog) Posted by Sri Somanchi, Product Manager, Gmail anti-spam Today we announced new security features for Gmail customers, including early phishing detection using machine learning, click-time warnings for malicious links, and unintended external reply warnings. In addition, we have also updated our defenses against malicious attachments. Let’s take a deeper […]

A new Gmail security feature that improves the early detection of phishing attempts for G Suite users

As part of Gmail’s continued efforts to make email more safe and secure for our users, a new advanced security feature is being added to Gmail. Last year we announced the inclusion of security warnings when users attempt to access a dangerous site. With this new feature, we are improving the timeliness of phishing identification. […]

Gmail Administrators can now enable unintended external reply warnings to mitigate unintentional data loss

This release adds a new Gmail security feature to warn G Suite users when responding to emails sent from outside of their domain and not in their contacts. This feature can give enterprises protection against forged email messages, impersonation, as well as common user-error when sending mail to the wrong contacts.

Hey Canada, get tappin’ this spring with Android Pay

T-shirt. Check. Flip flops. Check. Android phone. Check. As Canadians exchange parkas and scarves for t-shirts and flip flops this spring, we have some news that may lighten their pockets, too. Whether you’re heading out to buy groceries or grabbing a cup of coffee with friends, now your Android phone is all you need to […]

Upcoming change: Admins now have more control over Profile fields, and changes to the Contacts On/Off setting

On June 26, 2017, we’re releasing some changes that will bring user profile management under the direct control of G Suite admins, starting with the Name, Photo, Gender, and Birthday fields. Whereas end users could previously only edit these fields if they had upgraded to Google+, these new controls let admins decide which profile fields […]