In June 2018 Google to ban cryptocurrency ads from Google Adwords

Google Adwords will ban cryptocurrency ads from June 2018

Google will ban all ads related to cryptocurrency from June 2018. Google recently updated Adwords financial based policy to restrict various forms of Ads, including financial spread betting, Contracts for Difference, rolling spot forex. All cryptocurrency related content like initial coin offerings, cryptocurrency wallets, cryptocurrency exchanges and cryptocurrency trading advice Ads will be banned.

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In 2017 Google removed 3.2 billion bad ads, blocked 320k publishers, 90k websites and 700k mobile apps

Google removes offensive content, fake news and malware sites

Google nabs violators for violating the content

World’s largest search engine and digital advertising platform, Google is the source of information, earnings and lots more to billions of people across the globe. With billions of people using it on daily basis for multiple reasons, it is one of the natural choices for any advertisers and publishers. This has also lead to false or misleading information being spread through their platforms by ads or content which are monetized.

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Google’s upcoming VR headset to feature OLED display and twice the resolution of HTC Vive Pro

New Google VR headset to offer a resolution of 5500 x 3000 pixels with a pixel density of 1443 PPI and 120 Hz refresh rate

Google will soon come out with OLED screen for its VR headsets. The new Google VR headset will be offering a resolution of 5500 x 3000 pixels with a pixel density of 1443 PPI and 120 Hz refresh rate. This insane resolution will be a game changer for Google. This new Google VR headset resolution will be twice of what’s offered by HTC Vive and Oculus Rift. Currently, HTC Vive Pro VR headset offers a resolution of 2880 x 1600 pixels and pixel density of 615 PPI.

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Google Assistant to become multilingual, more than 30 languages to be added by year-end

Google’s AI-based Google Assistant to add more than 30 languages by year-end

Google announced its AI-based Google Assistant will support over 30 languages by the year-end, covering 95% of Android devices worldwide. It will soon become multilingual. This means users will be able to speak in more than one language. This feature will be helpful for people who speak their native language in their home, while they speak in a different language at their work or with other people.

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