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Felipe Ampuero Salinas
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Seurat makes it possible to render high-fidelity scenes on a mobile GPU, enabling ILMxLAB to bring the world of Star Wars to mobile VR.

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Announcing Smart Reply in Gmail—using the power of machine learning to suggest email responses → goo.gl/dnxLSW 
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Comenzo!! Comenzo!! Comenzo!! :D :D :D :D :D

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Aquí pueden ver el Live del #GoogleIO2017 en vivo por #Youtube 

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In response to the recent flooding in Peru, Project Loon has been working together with Telefonica and the Peruvian Government to deliver basic Internet connectivity to tens of thousands of people in affected areas around Lima, Chimbote and Piura.

Since January, Peru has been battered by extreme rains and flooding, with the government declaring more than 800 provinces to be in a state of emergency. Terrestrial communications infrastructure was severely impacted in many communities, leaving people unable to communicate with loved ones and gather critical, time-sensitive information.

Drifting 20 km up in the stratosphere, Loon balloons have the potential to extend connectivity to where it’s needed, regardless of what’s happening below. So, in partnership with Telefonica and the Peruvian Government, we attempted to help provide connectivity to flood affected areas across the country. Since turning on service seven weeks ago, Project Loon delivered basic Internet connectivity to more than 40,000km2 of the country, serving over 160 GB worth of data— enough to send and receive roughly 30 million WhatsApp messages, or 2 million emails.

Being able to deliver connectivity during the floods has only been possible with the support of many organizations.

We’ve also spent the last few months integrating balloon powered internet into Telefonica’s network so they could to serve their customers from our balloons. Additionally, during the emergency response to the flood, O3B networks, Level 3 and Ecologistica Peru helped quickly set up ground stations (which connect the balloons to the Internet’s backbone) in areas with complete outages. Finally, the recent integration of Nokia’s proven LTE technology meant that the balloons could deliver improved LTE service.

While our new navigational algorithms made it possible to direct our airborne balloons to the areas affected, it was the support and overflight permissions from the Peruvian government—plus the support of governments, aviation officials and air traffic controllers throughout the region—that meant that we could get our balloons to where they were needed and land them safely when they were ready to come down.

We’ll continue to help deliver balloon powered internet over Peru for as long as it’s helpful, and we’d like to thank all those who have made it possible for us to do this.
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Google anuncia su primer kit de generación de energia eólica a escala comercial, capaz de generar hasta 600 KW

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Firebase + Fabric Party

Come celebrate app development at the Firebase + Fabric party #WWDC17 #firebaseparty

Learn more: https://goo.gl/NLCCJK
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This week, we officially reached three million miles of self-driving on public roads — the equivalent to traveling to the moon and back six times! With this real world experience, along with our billions of miles of simulated driving, our cars are safer and more capable.

It took our team just seven months to reach our third million miles (by comparison, it took about six years to hit our first million!). We’ll keep on accumulating more miles, even quicker, as our 600 self-driving Pacifica minivans hit the road. And the most exciting part of our next million self-driving miles? We get to share them with our early riders in Arizona, who are using our self-driving vehicles to commute to work, head to school, and go out for a night on the town.

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