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Google Updates: EU Samba in A Dark Room

THIS WEEK in Google we’ve already listened about a Press Association’s grant from Google for drudge journalist, that Google Glass is entrance back interjection to an Italian designer, and it looks like there’s another anti-trust fit from a EU in a post. Plus, a DeepMind-NHS tie-up has been announced illegal.

As for things we competence have missed, Google has expelled a Samba client, yet it usually supports chronicle one, that is a accurate means of a WannaCry and NotPetya ransomware threats. Worse than that, a firm’s latest confidence updates aren’t installing for some Pixel users, that is a bit annoying – as is a fact it keeps messing adult what time section Arizona is in.

In fact, all in all, it’s been another sincerely crappy week to be a worlds’ biggest company. In further to all a authorised stuff, a Back-Up and Sync underline that Google betrothed would counterpart your whole tough expostulate has not launched on time and no one is wholly certain when it will.

Oh yeah, and a slight redaction. As a week has left on, we’ve started to see some-more news sources in a new demeanour Google News, yet we’re still not happy it’s charity a same far-reaching operation as before. That is all.

And so onto this week’s free-for-a-short time apps.

The final time ‘A Dark Room was accessible for free, we mislaid several days to it. It starts in a dim room. That’s about all we can tell we for now. But it’s a vital content formed adventure, so if that’s your bag, it’s a really good one.

Couldn’t get your hands on a retro NES console? Never fear, NESBoy is here. You can use it to play aged Nintendo games that are openly accessible on a net. Whether that’s indeed authorised is another matter – yet a app really is.

Finally, with a summer holidays quick approaching, anyone with small ones will be wanting to brush adult on whatever a frack they’re articulate about. Start with this. we’re told Paw Patrol is a thing, and this diversion is a thing to do with that thing. So that’s handy.

As ever, these titles are now free, yet they won’t stay that way, OK? µ



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