Microsoft's contractors listening in on Xbox users, Google Play Store gets refresh
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Microsoft's contractors listened in on Xbox players using Cortana voice control features.
According to a report from Vice.
Voice data was also captured from the Connect voice system prior to Cortana being added in 2016.
Like other recent cases of eavesdropping Microsoft says human review is used to help build, train and improve the accuracy of its AI systems.
Google has redesigned its store page to better separate apps and games.
And according to a report released by App Annie, games account for 74% of customer spending when it comes to app.
Refresh also includes Google's material aesthetic, simplified and minimalistic Android design philosophy.
And finally, speaking of Google products, many of the auto correct features found in the company suite of online productivity apps are coming to G sweet Gmail users, your Google says common spelling errors will now automatically be fixed, though users do have the option to turn it off.
If you're not a G Suite user, it may take more time for the functionality to hit your personal Gmail.
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