Recently, it's been revealed that quite a few games on Android are secretly using your microphone to listen to your surroundings for more personalized ads within the game.
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He thought about it again during the final round of the British Open, where a three-shot lead in the final round turned into a one-shot deficit with five holes to play.
The latest smartphones may have just gone up a notch in "smartness"! Alphonso, a company that collects TV-viewing data for advertisers, has its software included in hundreds of apps and games on the Play Store. But if that happened, chances are Alphonso wouldn't have much of a user base anymore as who would opt to enable use of a microphone to listen to what you are watching? Using code from a company called Alphonso, the apps would listen for audio from television shows or ads to more precisely target advertisements after displaying a warning message. The app did disclose that it was tracking "TV viewership details" in order to "show you TV-related content and ads", but only if you went into the game's settings.
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Hosmer has also been known as a great clubhouse player as well, which why the potential move to re-sign him is so intriguing. In a rather cold offseason hot stove, Hosmer's deal would be the highest contract given to a free agent this season.
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Sandwiched between them was a 75-yard touchdown run in the second quarter, the eighth-longest touchdown run in Rose Bowl history. On third and 2 from the 17 Georgia All-America linebacker Roquan Smith nailed Jordan Smallwood a yard short of the first down.
Conspiracy theories about apps functioning in such a creepy manner have always been discussed about. Users also need to learn why their data is being collected.