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article Google (US) title How to avoid the ‘fake news’ craze and keep your online reputation as an expert source Google (UK, EU) title Why ‘fake’ news is bad for business and the economy article Google Home article Google’s Google Home was the most popular personal assistant in the US in the first quarter of 2019, but now that the device is on sale it’s the least popular smartphone accessory among consumers.
The search giant’s Home is one of the world’s best-selling smartphones, and the Home has a loyal user base of more than 70 million.
But Google’s search engine is now becoming more of a target for fake news stories.
“In the last two weeks alone, Google News and Search Engine Land (SEO) have been targeted by fake news articles,” said Brian Wieser, head of news and analytics at search marketing company Zappos.
The sites have been accused of spreading false information about the devices’ hardware, features and operating systems.
Google has acknowledged that fake news is part of the platform, and that the company is investigating the sites and taking action.
“We’re always looking for ways to improve the quality of our content and the safety of our users,” said the company in a statement.
The Home was first released in 2017, and is a device that connects to the internet via Bluetooth.
The device has a 3.5-inch screen and is powered by a Snapdragon processor.
Its battery can last up to two days on a single charge.
The company’s website claims that the Home is “the most-used home automation device on the market” and that it can detect when a user has connected the device to the Internet.
Google is currently testing an update to the Home that fixes the issue, according to the company’s blog post.
But there are some serious privacy concerns.
In the US, Home users can opt out of Google’s “near field communication” feature, which allows them to receive texts and email from their devices without being tracked by the search giant.
The feature, introduced in December, allows users to share their location with Google, and it can also be used to send and receive data about their devices.
Google’s new software update will also be rolling out to Android users in the UK and Australia, which will likely mean more fake news headlines on those devices.
The devices are expected to come out in November or December, and Google has promised that the update will address the issue.