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You and I have had this exact same discussion before IIRC. No, using Chrome as the browser does not put your company at risk for HIPPA violations anymore than using Apple and its servers and cloud services. It's simply BS.Tell your "IT friend" to visit this webpage for advice on Chrome background services, extensions and how to adjust or disable them.https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/1184722?hl=en
Of course it communicates with Google. Here's why:https://www.mattcutts.com/blog/google-chrome-communication/
There's a lot of similar VPN-type apps available on Google Play that also block 3rd party tracking.https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.fsecure.freedome.vpn.security.privacy.android&hl=enWhile the developer may be entirely correct as to the specific reasons Google won't approve his app it could well be for some other detail instead since other apps have been approved that offer most if not all of the same features. Apple will sometimes turn down app for vague...
Like this then:Imagine you’re traveling in a country whose language you don’t speak. You look up at a sign — say, a caution marker, or a list of directions. Oh, also, you’re wearing Google Glass. You say, “Okay Glass, translate this.” The words on the sign transform into your home language, so when you look through Glass, you can read them.That’s what the new Word Lens app for Google Glass does, and it’s kind of magical. Blobs of translated text appear on the wearer’s...
I knew what the launcher (skin) was. The question was about what OS it was running on top of. I was surprised to a few minutes ago to read it's Android 5.0, Lollipophttp://www.theverge.com/2014/11/18/7239709/nokia-n1-tablet-price-release-date
Suing ?? Don't think that was part of the discussion was it? As for Apple having any history of suing over patent claims they themselves don't practice yes they have. But that doesn't matter in the context of my comments.
Ah, you think Google was working on a device like Apple describes in their patent app.
Well show which patent Google seized from Apple and I'll offer my opinion of it.
I didn't miss the comma but connected that part with the first statement. In re-reading it I think I'd agree with you that SN did not intend to associate stock Android with AOSP. tho it's not entirely clear.
I remembered reading yesterday about Nokia selling branding. A modern day Polaroid is the way I saw it compared. If Foxconn already licensed the Nokia name for this product then the report was pretty late in coming. Assuming Foxconn is actually the producer and seller it begs a few questions.We know Foxconn builds for Apple, but Foxconn also does design in addition to builds. Do they do any part of Apple's casings design and if so do they retain any rights to any of it?...
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