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L’Oreal Buys Augmented Reality Company, Chrome’s HTTPS Default Setting, and New iPhone Features

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Steve & Dave

Studio MLN

Description: Technology news and information and its impacts to your life

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L’Oreal Buys Augmented Reality Company, Chrome’s HTTPS Default Setting, and New iPhone Features

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We dive into what the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) are and how it is affecting companies, benefiting consumers, and changing the definition of personal data. L’Oreal, the French health and beauty giant, is adapting their digital strategy to include augmented reality to allow their customers the ability to virtually try-on makeup and hair products. The United States’ Senate passed a resolution to reinstate the Open Internet Order, with little hope of it moving forward. Google has made the decision to transition Chrome to the default HTTPS setting in September and October. Finally, iOS 12 was announced and new features such as Siri Shortcuts, Measure, Screentime, and Group FaceTime are here.

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