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  • Google brings encryption to low-end devices with Adiantum

    Google brings encryption to low-end devices with Adiantum0

    More security, without slowing your handset down INTRODUCING ADIANTUM. No, don’t stop reading botany buffs – we’re not talking about the maidenhair fern of the same name, but a new kind of encryption that Google has finally decided is ready for public consumption.   Why do we need a new kind of encryption? Well, if you’ve

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  • Google launches Adiantum encryption for low-end Androids

    Google launches Adiantum encryption for low-end Androids0

    Google has announced an effort to bring device encryption to a wider range of Android devices – including smartwatches and even medical systems – using a new encryption system better-suited to low-end devices without hardware cryptographic acceleration capabilities: Adiantum. The creation of the first handheld mobile phone, a prototype developed by Motorola and used to

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  • Google warns the EU that a link tax will hurt news sites more than it hurts them

    Google warns the EU that a link tax will hurt news sites more than it hurts them0

    This could soon be a US-exclusive feature GOOGLE HAS UPPED its lobbying efforts against elements of the European Copyright Directive by pointing out what happens to news websites if the search giant adopts changes to work within Article 11. Spoiler: it’s not good news for the publishing industry and journalists that have become accustomed to

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