Prueba de Phishing” de Google para obtener más información sobre cómo identificar un mensaje fraudulento o un ataque malicioso que podría robar tu identidad. Una de las mejores defensas de seguridad para proteger tus cuentas y contraseñas en línea es detectar y reconocer los correos electrónicos fraudulentos conocidos como “phishing”, o las infames nuevas estafas “smishing“, que tiene como objetivo atacarte a través de tu teléfono inteligente. Según Google, la cantidad de ataques de phishing disfrazados de correos electrónicos llegan a billones (miles de millones) de emails cada año, y con millones de personas que son engañadas y abren enlaces maliciosos cada día, la amenaza es real. Por eso, el gigante tecnológico ha diseñado un cuestionario para ayudar a educar a los usuarios sobre cómo detectar estos mensajes, y así evitar ser víctima de estas y otras estafas … [Read more...] about Aprende a detectar correos y mensajes fraudulentos con esta prueba de Google
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Your next Google Pixel Watch might come with a new fitness feature: The tech giant is reportedly working on a health and well-being coach for Wear OS devices. It’s called Project Wooden internally, according to Android Police, but to the public, the assistant will be “Google Coach” — although that could change before it launches. Aside from tracking exercise, Google Coach is apparently meant to keep you motivated to stay active as well. Using health and fitness data connected to your Google account, it might suggest workout routines or alternatives if you don’t have time to break a sweat that day. If you do end up squeezing in a workout, Coach will track your activity — which will shape and alter its suggestions. For all-around health monitoring, Coach will even keep track of nutrition and recommend specific foods. Whether it’s a weekly meal plan or shopping list, the assistant will send recommendations right straight to your … [Read more...] about Is Google launching an A.I. fitness coach for smartwatches?
There is no editorial team at Google News. There is no building filled with hundreds of moderators monitoring the thousands of stories hitting the web every second, making sure the full story is presented. Instead, Google uses artificial intelligence algorithms, as well as its partnerships with fact-checking organizations providing headlines from credible, authoritative sources. “Humans are generating the content,” Trystan Upstill, Google News engineering and product lead, told Digital Trends. “We think of the whole app as a way to use artificial intelligence to bring forward the best in human intelligence. In a way, the A.I. is controlling this fire hose of human stuff going on.” “We think of the whole app as a way to use artificial intelligence to bring forward the best in human intelligence.” A.I. is a big part of the redesigned Google News app, which was recently announced at the annual Google I/O developer conference in Mountain View, … [Read more...] about A.I. and Google News: The push to broaden perspectives
At this year’s Google I/O, Google announced its all-new Google News app — replacing Google Play Newsstand on mobile and desktop. It will also replace the now depreciated Google News and Weather app, meaning the app will no longer receive updates from Google. The redesigned Google News app brings along features that use artificial intelligence to bring you news from all different perspectives, while also providing you with sources you want to read. Rather than having to input all of your interests and preferences, Google News will provide you with news you want to see as soon as you open the app. With reinforcement learning, it will become better at showing you the news you want to see the more you use the app. You can also customize it by choosing to see less or more of a given topic. When you open the app, you will see the “For You” tab at the top which briefs you with the top five stories that Google News organizes for you. This includes a mixture of important … [Read more...] about Google News receives a major overhaul, replaces Google Play Newsstand
We love a good freebie, especially right around the holidays, when every penny counts. If you’ve been thinking of buying a Google Nest Hub, Sling TV has a pretty sweet offer for you: Sign up and pay for three months of service — even at the lowest cost of $25 per month for the Sling Orange channel lineup — and you’ll get a free Google Nest Hub. Why the generosity on Sling’s part? On the one hand, there’s nothing like a freebie to drive up your subscriber numbers. We’ve seen AT&T’s DirecTV do it in the past with Apple TV giveaways, and there’s no doubt it works — at least in the short term. If Sling is looking to show an increase in their fourth-quarter subscriber numbers, this is a good way to do it. However, the freebie serves another purpose. In November, Sling announced that you can watch its service on Google Nest Hub and Nest Hub Max, making it one of the few live TV streaming services that are compatible with these … [Read more...] about Sling TV will give you a free Google Nest Hub if you prepay for 3 months