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Looking forward to some very interesting Android-based wearable devices coming from this effort...  :)
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I pledge to Ban Bossy and encourage girls to lead. Join me and +Sheryl Sandberg at to take the pledge and get leadership tips for girls. #banbossy 
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Congratulations to +David Lawee and the Google Capital Team ( on their launch!
Ever since our founders began working out of a garage in Menlo Park, we’ve thought about what it takes for entrepreneurs to build the companies they dream of. Sometimes this means bringing great startups to Google—but other t...
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Want Google Glass, but in your own frames (and maybe a prescription to boot)?  Ok, then, here you go -- Glass Titanium edition.

See the styles here:
New Frames & Shades for Glass

If we had a nickel for every time someone has asked about prescription lenses for Glass… well, we’d have a lot of nickels. So we want you to be the first to know that the Titanium Collection is here, with a handful of new styles for Glass so you can make it your own. Whether you wear prescription glasses or just want a new look, we’ve got four feather-light titanium frames designed just for you. And if you need prescription lenses and have vision insurance (such as VSP), your policy might even help cover your new frames. Explorers can access the Titanium Collection tomorrow afternoon, along with two new styles of twist-on shades.

This is only the beginning, and we can’t wait to hear which style is your style. Check ‘em out on our website, and tell us what you think:
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Really? You deleted my comment about how I thought Google Glass was way over priced at $1500.00?  Why?   It is over priced you know.
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Big news from the Cloud Platform Live event and the +Google Cloud Platform Team -- super simplified pricing that makes sense, automatic sustained-use discounts, managed virtual machines, more OS support, and real-time big data streaming queries.

This is a huge step forward for cloud adoption.  

Congrats to +Urs Hölzle and the Team!
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Very excited to see data science and life science working together -- with Google joining the Global Alliance for Genomics and Health, and contributing technology (API spec, preview implementation, sample code) to the community.
Google joins the Global Alliance for Genomics and Health
Posted by +Jonathan Bingham, Product Manager

Generating research data is easier than ever before, but interpreting and analyzing it is still hard, and getting harder as the volume increases. This is especially true of genomics. Sequencing the whole genome of a single person produces more than 100 gigabytes of raw data, and a million genomes will add up to more than 100 petabytes. In 2003, the Human Genome Project ( completed after 15 years and $3 billion. Today, it takes closer to one day and $1,000 to sequence a human genome.

This abundance of new information carries great potential for research and human health -- and requires new standards, policies and technology. That’s why Google has joined the Global Alliance for Genomics and Health ( The Alliance is an international effort to develop harmonized approaches to enable responsible, secure, and effective sharing of genomic and clinical information in the cloud with the research and healthcare communities, meeting the highest standards of ethics and privacy. Members of the Global Alliance include leading technology, healthcare, research, and disease advocacy organizations from around the world. 

We are honored to be part of the community, working together to refine the technology and evolve the ecosystem, and aligning with appropriate standards as they arise. To learn more, visit the Google Research Blog linked below.
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Very excited about the progress +Google Fiber is making in their quest to bring gigabit speeds to everyone.  Go Fiber Team!
Over the last few years, gigabit Internet has moved from idea to reality, with dozens of communities (PDF) working hard to build networks with speeds 100 times faster than what most of us live with today. People are hungrier ...
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I love this. But also I hope somewhere Google X is also working on those personal jetpacks that Popular Mechanics promised me 50 years ago. 
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Jeff Huber works at Google [x], working on not-yet-disclosed projects. Previously at Google, Jeff led development for Google Ads (2003-1011), Google Apps (2005-2010), and Google Maps (2011-2013).

Earlier, Jeff was vice president of architecture and systems development at eBay and senior vice president of engineering at Excite@Home, where he led consumer product and infrastructure development.

Jeff holds a bachelor's degree in computer engineering from the University of Illinois and a master's degree from Harvard University. He is a board member of Electronic Arts (EA) and The Exploratorium.

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