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Sri Lanka is the first country to be covered by +Project Loon

Why Sri Lanka?
It's a relatively small country, 65,000 km² or 25,000 mi², so it is a good test area. And only 3 million out of the 20 million Sri Lankans are connected to the Internet right now.

It is 3G for now, but that is still a lot for people who have never had internet before.

Loons will fly over Sri Lanka in few months :-) 
Project Loon is undoubtably one of the most "Google" projects that Google is working on — Wi-Fi being delivered by giant floating balloons is certainly a unique approach to getting internet to...
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Pls do it in India!
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Now this I can see succeed!

Watch the video to get a better understanding of what BLE Beacons and Eddystone is.

Project Brillo is a little fuzzy, although I would like it to work, and I still believe it has a chance to make our homes smarter.

But this, Eddystone, BLE Beacons, is something which I truly believe will make our cities' and the world's "things" much more connected and smarter. The fact that the system is open source makes it very intriguing.

I hope to see these Beacons installed into more "things" and developers take advantage of them.
Beacons! They're about giving your app more context so you can create a simpler, better experience for your users.  Here's an overview of the whole platform.

#GoogleBeaconPlatform #Eddystone #AddContextToAllTheThings  
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Ohdamn, lucky you :)
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Hands-on with Youtube Gaming

Not long after the announcement, +Ron Amadeo got his fingers on the platform, who answers a lot of the first questions we had.

Because it's a long article(which you should read if really wanna know the details), I'll pull out the parts which I believe are the most explanatory.

YouTube Gaming's monetization pretty much applies the existing pre-recorded system to live video. All the advertising options are here: There are "True-View" (read: skippable) pre-roll ads, in-stream ads that play periodically during the livestream or on-demand, and pop-up display ads. YouTube Gaming is missing Twitch's critical monthly paid subscription system, though, where users opt to pay a monthly fee for the content they watch. For now, we'd imagine most streamers will see the lack of subscription options and stick with Twitch.

In the end it sounds like Ron has been talking to the Youtube Gaming team because he is referring to them saying that they are "very interested" in a subscription option for Youtube Gaming, but they can't say more than that. But there is the YouTube Fan Funding system for the few countries that support it.

Unfortunately, Chat isn't based on IRC. Twitch uses IRC for Chat, which allows users to easily moderate their channel with bot programs. YouTube says it doesn't have a chat API yet, but it's working on one. Currently, streamers can promote people to moderators, which can remove messages or ban users. Users can also get a "time out" for a set amount of time instead of a permanent ban. Streamers can set up a blacklist of words, and any message containing that word will be blocked. Chat can also be turned off completely if you want.

So all in all it has gotten revamped but still needs some tweaking and hopefully they will give an API so that it can be changed for every streamers needs.

The top "Hero" slot is occupied by featured livestreams and videos, and it horizontally scrolls between a few of them. The most interesting touch on the desktop site is the two vertical panels, one housing icons for the user's starred games and the other housing starred broadcasters. Both of these strips expand into navigation drawers when they are interacted with, showing text for the icons and, after your favorites, appending a list of "popular" suggestions—another feature that seems geared toward discovery.

Go to the article to see the great screenshots to really see it for yourself.
A slick interface, huge user base, and tons of content should have Twitch worried.
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I can relate, somewhat

Can you?
Now that 'hipster' means absolutely nothing, here's what to call the next generation.
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Jeg er tilbøjelig til at give +Carlsberg ret i denne påstand.
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Stop ad-blocking!

This video explains really well what the "consequences" of blocking ads will be/are. 

Confession: I did use Adblock but I uninstalled a while ago because I thought about what it really means. Unless you are in a rural area with the slowest internet speeds and most expensive data plans, I can't really see why you should do it. You have to remember that you will eventually pay for the service one way or another.

Btw. it probably also has the best transition to a post-roll ad ever! :-)
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+Emil Engholm Sørensen​​​​​ - enig i dit synspunkt med DR. Men det betyder jo at man skal betale for kanalen på anden vis. Dvs. f. eks. med reklamer, som man jo helst vil undgå.

Og ja en model med et symbolsk beløb ville jeg personligt hellere foretrække, hvilket også er derfor jeg håber på at YouTube snart åbner op for den mulighed. Problemet med det er dog, hvad dette symbolske beløb skal ligge på. Det skal jo dække for ydelsen, og helst lidt til, men stadig være fair for brugerne. Og de fleste vil helt sikkert synes at den pris er for høj, lige meget hvad den er, fordi de jo har været vant til at det har været gratis. 
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+Melissa H. - I have heard about their support, or lack of support. I am taking that into consideration when thinking about which phone to buy. But thanks for your experience :-) 
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Youtube Gaming vs Twitch

If haven't heard by now, Youtube is taking gaming on Youtube to a whole nother level! Actually by not having it directly inside of the general Youtube. They are making a separate website and apps dedicated to gaming.

Streamers will stream their live gameplays on Youtube and a lot will be automated for them.

So they are essentially making it easier for viewers to watch gaming on Youtube while making Youtube easier to stream on for streamers.

Who will win?
I think both of them will co-exist for a quite a while, mostly because people don't just jump from one system to another just like that. But more importantly people like choices and have different needs. This will probably something similar to what we know with Xbox and PlayStation. None of them are really the main console because consumers have different needs.

Youtube Gaming will be one thing today but it will change over time and adapt to whatever they become. But it does looks really good and offers some nice features.  

So what will Twitch's answer be? (other than #kappa  )
Twitch either needs up their game on features, exclusive content or use the loyalty of their streamers and viewers in a way that will make them stay at Twitch.

That's what I'm guessing on, but what do you think?? 

By the way, if you wanna see Youtube Gaming more in-depth, watch E3 on Sunday to see what they will show in their booth:
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1) there is no info of ad rev atm, this is key point for the success of this.
2) I mean twitch has an very useful chat system, youtube not so much.
3) yes any game can be played on twitch, the only thing niche does is you might not get a box art for the game.
4) hopefully its true, google+ isn't technically fully integrated though  
5) There is potential for abuse here
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If you love +Marques Brownlee and +Timothy Jordan you have to watch this!

We want more collaborative videos by you two :-)
Join MKBHD (AKA +Marques Brownlee) and +Timothy Jordan as they tour Google I/O 2015, and make a little trouble in the sandbox.

In this video they play with all the latest tech from Android Wear, Google Cast, Android TV, and Android Auto! 
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Behind Google I/O 2015

This year's Google I/O was more about polish and small but big impact updates and less about new products although Google Photos, Android Pay and Project Brillo are new.

The Verge has made five great interviews with the people behind this year's announcements. They go much deeper into why they did as they did and where things are heading. I urge you to watch them all. 
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✔ IT Superman - CEO, ✔ Entrepreneur-geek, ✔ Marketing-freak, ✔ Google-fan, ✔ Krav Maga - P-5 level

I have a huge passion for marketing in general, but especially online marketing. Over the last couple of years I have built up an even bigger passion, which is for innovation. I love exploring new ideas and pick the best ones to create something valuable for others. To see something grow and have an impact on either the world or individuals.

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Let's just say it as it is; I'm a big Google fan ;-)

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Rimelige priser til rimelig gode salater :-) Stolene var måske lidt for meget plastik men det var okay at side i dem alligevel.
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God kvalitet og til en fair pris.
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They've recently launched a new design in their restaurant and it is very good indeed. The menu is the same as always, which isn't a bad thing. The only bad thing is that the portions are very small. Even if you pay them for extra big portions.
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