A report claims Google has, in partnership with the second-largest healthcare provider in the U.S., been collecting healthcare data pertaining to millions of Americans in 21 different states. The data collected accounts for a complete health history of the patients, who were not informed of the program.
Whether or not you want to quit on Fitbit and try another fitness platform, you may be interested in downloading the data you've generated thus far. We'll talk you through how to do that in this guide.
If you've heard the recent news that Google is planning on buying Fitbit, you may be a little warry at the idea of the data giant having access to your personal health information. If you are, there are ways to handle this. For example, you can just delete all of your data before Google has access to it. Want to know how? Read on!
Digital assistants like Alexa, Google, and Siri use humans to help train them. This has been going on since the beginning but it's only hit the mainstream media and consciousness this year. So, what's going on?