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Traffic information now available in 12 new cities on Google Maps

The 'lie detector' for friends who are always 'stuck in traffic' is now available for 12 new cities in India. More on our blog.

#Traffic   #IndiaTraffic   #GoogleMaps  
Ever missed your movie at Priya Cinema because you were stuck in Kolkata traffic? Starting today, Google Maps can help you better plan your drive around traffic and save time on the road by showing you real time traffic infor...
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Your account's security & privacy is now in one place
 
Introducing My Account. Take control of your data, protect your privacy, and customize how Google works for you — all in one place. Go to goo.gl/vays2s
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ICYMI: The one and only A. R. Rahman was at the Googleplex on Friday 

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Join us this Friday, 6/12 for a Fireside Chat with +A. R. Rahman at the Googleplex, hosted by Sridhar Ramaswamy.

Have a question for A.R?  There are two ways to submit:
1) Post your questions to the Q&A app inside the Google+ Event
2) Share a 15 second YouTube video stating your name, country, and question to Google+ or Twitter with the hashtag #RahmanAtGoogle    

We’ll feature some of the top questions and see you on Friday!
This Hangout On Air is hosted by Talks at Google. The live video broadcast will begin soon.
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Meet the new Google Photos

Now available on Android and iOS, and it's live on desktop at photos.google.com. Give it a try!

Get it in the App Store at https://goo.gl/toCWvw or in Google Play at https://goo.gl/BajWpo
 
Introducing the new Google Photos

Earlier today we announced Google Photos -- a new approach for storing and organizing your photos and videos, built from the ground up. Google Photos is a standalone app that gives you a home for all your photos and videos, helps you organize and bring your moments to life, and lets you share and save what matters.

If you want to give Google Photos a try, it will be available later today across Android, iOS and the web.

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need small information is there any coursed  designed in association with Google India with manipalglobal ?
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Because we can do better than this

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What if we worked together to create a more accessible world for all?

Today we’re announcing $20 million in grant funding through the Google Impact Challenge: Disabilities. We’re challenging the thinkers, the doers, the builders to create technologies that can make a difference to the one billion people around the world living with a disability.

Together, let’s ask the right questions, find new answers, and build a better world, faster. Join us: http://get.google.com/disabilitiesimpactchallenge/
Let’s work together to help change this. The ‘Google Impact Challenge: Disabilities’ aims to expand opportunity and independence for people with disabilities. Click here to take part.
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Watch MissMalini's Bowled Over By Cricket IPL Hangout on Air with Gaurav Kapur Live Now! #MMHangouts
 
We're hosting our final #MMHangouts Bowled Over By Cricket IPL Hangout today at 4pm with special guest Gaurav Kapur. We'll be joined by cricket expert Imran Patel and sports journalist Tina Sharma Tiwari, so we've got a lot of fun stuff planned for you - including a cricketing face off between Imran and Gaurav! We'll be discussing the matches gone by, the all-important qualifier to be held tonight, and the final match on Sunday night. Make sure you tune in right here at 4pm!
 
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How can you map the entire human DNA sequence? Is it really possible that William Shakespeare wrote all of the plays that bear his name? Can one design a computer program that creates novel music compositions? 

Answering these questions requires computational thinking, a way of problem solving that educators around the world are using across disciplines. Whether you teach computer science, humanities, math, or science, computational thinking can be a powerful addition to your classroom activities. By integrating these skills into all subject areas, you can help better prepare your students to contribute new solutions to seemingly impossible problems.

Our new online course, Computational Thinking for Educators, is free and intended for anyone  working with students between the ages of 13 and  18, who is interested in enhancing  their teaching with creative thinking and problem solving. We’ll demonstrate how bringing  computational thinking into your classroom simply enhances what you already do, enriching your lessons and student exploration, even if you don’t have access to  technology. Another benefit to computational thinking is that it can help boost students’ confidence in dealing with ambiguous, complex, or open-ended problems. We believe all students should learn computational thinking, regardless of subject or age. You’ll also have the opportunity to complete a final project and earn a Google certificate. By integrating computational thinking skills into your discipline, you can help your students become technology creators and solve big problems using creativity!

Sound interesting? Check out our blog post (http://goo.gl/LqCpBB ) and register now to join us and other educators around the world as we take on Computational Thinking for Educators. This  course will run from July 15 - September 30, 2015.  
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Announcing Google Play Prepaid Vouchers

What do Candy Crush, Indian Rummy, and Detective Byomkesh Bakshy all have in common? You can now purchase all of these and much more entertainment using Google Play prepaid vouchers. 
Find Google Play prepaid vouchers worth INR 500, INR 1000 and INR 1500 at select stores of Vijay Sales and Spice Hotspot in Delhi NCR, Mumbai, Pune, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Kolkata & Jaipur and use them to purchase your favorite apps and games as well as in-app goods on your favorite games on Google Play.

Redeem vouchers here: http://play.google.com/redeem

More on our blog--> http://goo.gl/ZoDHvr
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Introducing Faster, Lighter Webpages for India

We're trying to make sure the web on your phone can catch up with the speed of your day. In about two weeks, we’ll start to roll out a new feature which we hope will do just that. If you’re in India, with an Android phone and on a slow connection like 2G, you should start to see pages loading a whole lot faster, while using far less data, via your Chrome or Android browser from Google’s search results.

More on our blog below.
No one likes waiting. Whether you’re looking for the latest cricket scores, the next train times, or the phone number for that coffee shop you left your bag at, faster is better. Unfortunately, in India, where network connect...
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Simplilearn wins the Google SME Heroes Challenge 2014

Google SME Heroes is a program that recognizes and celebrates SMEs who have used Internet to grow and expand their businesses in innovative ways. The program included a 5 City roadshow where we selected 25 finalists and culminated with a grand finale in Delhi that saw top 5 finalists presenting their business success story to a jury comprising of Mr. Amitabh Kant, Mr. Kunal Bahl, Mr. Bikky Khosla and Mr. Deep Kapuria.
We are proud to announce that 'Simplilearn - a provider of professional certification training' is the National Winner while Pumpkart.com, Voylla.com, Lifecell.in, Racold Thermo were selected as Regional Winners.
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Announcing the Google India Code to Learn Contest 2015

 We invite school students in classes 5 to 10 enrolled at any school in India to develop their projects in Scratch or App Inventor (programming tools developed at MIT) and submit them for the contest.

Super cool prizes up for grabs. More details on our blog.
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Help us perfect +Google Translate!
 
Knowing the proper translation can often mean the difference between talking and actually communicating. Help out the +Google Translate community by making translations more accurate and reliable, one word at a time. g.co/translate/community
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The official Google+ page for Google in India.

In keeping with the diverse nature of the country, we will be posting on a wide range of topics covering news, announcements, tips and tricks and a little bit about what it's like to work in Google India. 

So add us to your circles for regular updates. See you on the stream!

If you have any questions about how to use specific Google products, we'd encourage you to visit the main Help centre. There you'll find instructions and tips, and will be able to discuss Google products with other users and Google employees.