Google I/O: New security features include virtual credit cards, account safety status

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Full Bio on May 11, 2022 | Topic: Google Google

Google’s annual developer conference kicked off on Wednesday with several announcements. One includes a handful of new products and services — that Google is either rolling out or will be rolling out in the future — to help improve users’ security and to protect their privacy. The company recapped the announcements via a blog post by Jen Fitzpatrick

Google’s announcements tackle several different aspects of your privacy and security. For example, Google is working on a new virtual card tool that can be used across Android devices and in the Chrome browser on Mac or PC. It’s separate from Google Pay, and once a card is added to the service, a virtual card number will be given to the vendor

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