The world seems to be turning its attention to the notion of data encryption, and Google is the latest to jump on the bandwagon.
Google's unveiling of a new section to its Transparency Report that, among other things, shows which services support encryption in transit, has quickly lead to another welcome announcement.
Google has made publicly available the source code for a new Chrome extension that helps users encrypt, decrypt, digitally sign, and verify signed messages within the browser using OpenPGP.
12,000 pleas from users looking to be forgotten have been submitted to Google in the first 24 hours since the company created a dedicated submission page for such requests, the AFP reported on Saturday.
As the soccer world cup in Brazil is coming close, the offering of soccer-related apps on the Google Play store is big, at least 125 different vuvuzela apps are available.