Google has dominated headlines in the tech world this past week. The search giant is after failing to disclose a data breach that exposed up to 500,000 accounts between 2015 and March this year.
In addition to the Google+ breach, there are claims that between the years 2011 and 2012 Google bypassed the iPhone's security features and collected data on users without their knowledge. Although this case by a UK judge this past Monday, it's still cause for concern. Judge Mark Warby described Google's actions as "wrongful, and a breach of duty."
In more positive news, Google announced its new Pixel 3 phones at an event this week, among . The seem set to be its best smartphones yet and will most likely be a hit among Android users. To go along with the new phones, it also announced the , the and the .
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