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Google's free class teaches you how to create AR experiences
If you've ever wanted to create augmented reality experiences but had no idea where to start, Google might have your back. It's releasing a free Introduction to Augmented Reality and ARCore class on Coursera that teaches you how to develop AR content, even if you have no knowledge of the format. Walk through the 15-hour program and you should know how to use both ARCore as well as resources like Google's own Poly object library.It's a helpful gesture for app makers wanting to hop on the AR trend without investing extensive time and money into learning the ropes.
Google was hauled over the coals this week for reportedly
Thethat users who signed up for "email-based services" like "shopping price comparisons," and "automated travel-itinerary planners" were most at risk of having their private messages read.
In response to the story,detailing how third-party developers have to go through an involved review process before they are given access to Gmail.
Suzanne Frey, Google Cloud's director of security, trust, and privacy, also said that Gmail's 1.4 billion users hold the keys to their own data and can control permissions.
Google is testing a new image search on desktop that looks more like Pinterest
Pinterest has set the pace for how to present visual search results to those who are looking for pictures rather than words as answers. Now, Google has taken a cue from the startup in its own search product on desktop.It's testing a new look for its images search on desktop that is aligning pictures vertically rather than horizontally, making the results look more like Pinterest's. The images now have short captions and sometimes small badges describing what it is ("product" or a video, for example).And then, clicking on the images, you now get more dynamic information about what you are seeing.
In the same piece, Frey was at pains to point out that Google itself does not read user emails.
Gmail automatically processes emails to filter out spam and phishing messages, which Frey said had "caused some to speculate mistakenly that Google 'reads' your emails."
"To be absolutely clear: No one at Google reads your Gmail," she added, before immediately listing the times Google does allow itself to have a peek at your inbox.
Frey said it is limited to "very specific cases." These include when users give Google permission to access their messages, and when the company needs to investigate a security issue, such as a bug or "abuse."
She did not offer more detail than this, however, meaning it's not clear whether Google has the power to probe Gmail problems without notifying a user. Business Insider contacted Google for comment.
Frey concluded: "The work of privacy and security is never done, and we're always looking for ways to better protect our users."
Businessman claims fiancée lied about cancer, career and citizenship .
He claims she left her gmail open. And he discovered a secret. According to a notice of civil claim filed in B.C. Supreme Court last week, Wei Lin says Xin Ran Xu's "true credentials and employment history are unknown" to him.
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