OK, most people believe that Google is evil and the general consensus is they’re spying on you which could very well be true.
Facebook has been caught spying and selling your info to target advertisement.
Does Google need their own device to spy on you seeing how Google is the most used search engine?
Let’s explore this conspiracy further. I was watching a movie on Netflix and as soon as I typed the first word of the title on my phone, the entire name of the movie popped up. Now, how the hell does it do that?
It wasn’t like I was typing “Jaws” I was typing “the”
A similar thing happened during Christmas while I was listening to a Christmas song on Alexa. As soon as I typed a word on my phone, the name of the song already popped up.
However, a Chromebook running Chromeos is a Linux based computer with just a light sprinkle of an operating system. It springs to life from complete shutdown to running in 5 seconds.
It outperforms Core-i7 Windows computer with its low power Core-i3 processor for web browsing. It’s the king of surfing.
Now the question comes to mind: Is Chromebook a precursor to “Skynet”
or is this coincidental. Do I need to start wrapping my head with tinfoil?
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