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All Things Google

Google news, apps, features, and easter eggs. Everything related to Google (the company and its products)
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Alice Smith
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Google Launches Chrome Extension End-to-End for Encrypting Emails - http://thenextweb.com/google...
Google Launches Chrome Extension End-to-End for Encrypting Emails
Web Marketing Store
Web Marketing Store
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Google Online Security Blog: Making end-to-end encryption easier to use - http://googleonlinesecurity.bl...
Google Online Security Blog: Making end-to-end encryption easier to use
Digital Health Space
Majento
Yes, please! Google appears to be testing a stunning Gmail overhaul that puts the focus solely on email - http://thenextweb.com/google...
Yes, please! Google appears to be testing a stunning Gmail overhaul that puts the focus solely on email
Majento
Notifications+ Android App \ Notifications from your Android device to your Google Chrome browser - https://play.google.com/store...
Alice Smith
Alice Smith
imabonehead
Larry Page: Where's Google going next? - YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Larry Page: Where's Google going next? - YouTube
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"Onstage at TED2014, Charlie Rose interviews Google CEO Larry Page about his far-off vision for the company. It includes aerial bikeways and internet balloons ... and then it gets even more interesting, as Page talks through the company's recent acquisition of Deep Mind, an AI that is learning some surprising things." - imabonehead from Bookmarklet
Somsi
the king of the interweb
Irawan Wibisono
Irawan Wibisono
Digital Health Space
imabonehead
Google spins Chromebox for enterprise video conferencing | ZDNet - http://www.zdnet.com/google-...
Google spins Chromebox for enterprise video conferencing | ZDNet
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"Unveiled at the company's Mountain View, Calif. headquarters on Thursday morning, Chromebox for meetings fuses two of Google's most collaboration-friendly products: Google+ Hangouts and Google Apps." - imabonehead from Bookmarklet
"The evolution to Chromebox for meetings basically elevates Hangouts to the next level, jumping back from "good enough" telepresence to a simplified but a higher-quality, out-of-the-box virtual conference room." - imabonehead
Majento
Google Unveils Smart Contact Lens That Lets Diabetics Measure Their Glucose Levels - http://techcrunch.com/2014...
Google Unveils Smart Contact Lens That Lets Diabetics Measure Their Glucose Levels
JA Castillo
Google further blurs the line between Google+ and Gmail | Android Central - http://www.androidcentral.com/google-...
Google further blurs the line between Google+ and Gmail | Android Central
already changed the settings on that bad boy. going to allow just circles for now. may turn it off altogether if it gets to be a problem. - MoTO: Tufted Coqeutte
JA Castillo
How to keep just anyone on Google+ from sending you Gmail | Android Central - http://www.androidcentral.com/how-tel...
How to keep just anyone on Google+ from sending you Gmail | Android Central
Digital Health Space
Eric Logan
Eric Logan
Google Gem Smartwatch Paves Path for Google Glass – Could Undercut Galaxy Gear - http://www.highlightpress.com/google-...
Reports published by the Wall Street Journal suggest that the Google Gem will focus primarily on the form’s Google Now service, so as to become something of an everyday personal assistant. From answering questions to giving its own suggestions and even predicting the behavior of its user at different times of the day, the Gem certainly sounds like an interesting and exciting concept. - Eric Logan from Bookmarklet
Jamel Boubaker
En tant que professionnel dans l'enseignement, j'aimerais en parler. les différentes méthodes pédagogiques mènent toutes au même objectif, reste la volonté de l'enseignant en premier lieu et celle de l'apprenant. Il faut donc étudier la manière d'implanter cette volonté.
imabonehead
Google Adds to Its Menagerie of Robots - NYTimes.com - http://www.nytimes.com/2013...
Google Adds to Its Menagerie of Robots - NYTimes.com
Google Adds to Its Menagerie of Robots - NYTimes.com
"Google confirmed on Friday that it had completed the acquisition of Boston Dynamics, an engineering company that has designed mobile research robots for the Pentagon. The company, based in Waltham, Mass., has gained an international reputation for machines that walk with an uncanny sense of balance and even — cheetahlike — run faster than the fastest humans." - imabonehead from Bookmarklet
Eric Logan
Use Google Now To Automate Virtually Anything With The Help Of Tasker, Autovoice, And Xposed | Androidheadlines.com - http://www.androidheadlines.com/2013...
Use Google Now To Automate Virtually Anything With The Help Of Tasker, Autovoice, And Xposed | Androidheadlines.com
Any of you out there that happen to be fans of Tasker and all its powers of Automation, prepare to have your minds blown. Thanks to a great little combo of apps that consists of Google Now, Tasker, Xposed Framework, and Autovoice, you can pretty much automate anything you want. Before you go and get all excited however, those of you that like the sound of this but aren’t to sure what these apps are, know that you absolutely NEED to have your phone rooted to do any of this. That being said, the capability to do the things you can with this setup is just awesome. The possibilities can be pretty much limitless, and while this setup is still in the early stages of life, given some time and well polished hard work you can imagine what could be possible. Let’s start you off with the first video as a demo since its fairly short and gives you an idea of what this means. BEHOLD! - Eric Logan from Bookmarklet
Eric Logan
Google’s Road Map to Global Domination - NYTimes.com - http://www.nytimes.com/2013...
Google’s Road Map to Global Domination - NYTimes.com
Google’s Road Map to Global Domination - NYTimes.com
The Internet land grab, which can be reduced to three key battles over three key conceptual territories. What came first, conquered by Google’s superior search algorithms. Who was next, and Facebook was the victor. But where, arguably the biggest prize of all, has yet to be completely won. Where-type questions — the kind that result in a little map popping up on the search-results page — account for some 20 percent of all Google queries done from the desktop. But ultimately more important by far is location-awareness, the sort of geographical information that our phones and other mobile devices already require in order to function. In the future, such location-awareness will be built into more than just phones. All of our stuff will know where it is — and that awareness will imbue the real world with some of the power of the virtual. Your house keys will tell you that they’re still on your desk at work. Your tools will remind you that they were lent to a friend. And your car will be able to drive itself on an errand to retrieve both your keys and your tools. - Eric Logan from Bookmarklet
Eric Logan
Trying Google Glass doesn't feel like you're demoing a product. It feels like your enlisting in a revolution. More than a symbol of status, it's an indication that you know where the world is going. Google Glass is essentially just a smartphone that you wear. It look like a pair of glasses when you put it on, and the screen sits in the top right corner of your right eye. My plan was relatively simple: I was to go the Glass headquarters in New York City (Google people call it "Basecamp") to spend a few hours getting acquainted with Google Glass and, more importantly, learn how it can help all of us play better golf. x - Eric Logan from Bookmarklet
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