There's a problem with the Pixel 2 XL screen serious enough that Google says: "We will consider adding more display color options through software if that makes the product better."
Amid criticism for poor security moderation in its Play Store, Google is offering security researchers a $1,000 bounty if they can successfully hack apps on its Play Store and help fix them.
With Google's Pixel 2 XL, the Android-maker has removed the gloves, thrown down the jacket and is ready for a straight-up fight with Apple, despite the ramifications of competing with partners.
Using the company's Android-based OxygenOS, OnePlus smartphones are leaking a considerable amount of users' activity data without their permission, according to a U.K.-based software engineer.
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