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Juan José Silveira
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We're excited to officially launch Nearby: a new proximity API for iOS and Android. Devices--even older devices as far back as Gingerbread and the iPhone 4--can now find and talk to each other. We believe this will unlock new types of interactions and turn interactions that used to be cumbersome, into single-touch transactions.

It's the same technology we used to build Chromecast Guest Mode, but we're making it available to all developers.

The API is part of Google Play Services on Android and a CocoaPod on iOS. Developers will find familiar publish-subscribe functionality--that relies on copresence. The API is free, unauthenticated, and flexible--allowing developers to control the user experience of their proximity feature.

http://googledevelopers.blogspot.com/2015/07/connect-with-world-around-you-through.html

We hope you like it and we're excited to see how developers can innovate with it!
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A Noble Brunch.

Last weekend +Noble Espresso did a pop up brunch at the Habitat in King's Road, with Christoffer Hruskova in the kitchen.

It was a brilliant experience, the room bright and spacious, with a very scandinavian feel that matched up perfectly with the menu designed by the danish chef. Arbroath smokie with raw egg yolk, red onion, radis on a toated rye. Roasted pork belly sandwich. Ricotta hotcakes with hackney honeycomb, fir syrup and banana.

And the drinks were a fantastic surprise. The cappuccino I expected to be excellent as usual but the green tea was also spot on. The highlight however were the special drinks: refreshing rhubarb and cascara soda and sweet, delicious Manifest/Noble coffee cola.

I just wish I could do this every weekend.
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Fritz Cola from Hamburg does a coffee cola which +Rory Parle​ likes - we drank it a few times in Berlin last week. The Noble one sounds nicer though.
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Enjoy this collection of #AndroidWear watch faces from +Google Art Project and some very talented street artists. #WeekendWear http://goo.gl/9tvtDz
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This is one of the best things about software development at Google, now available to everyone.
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It makes me happy every time we release one of our internal tools to the public.

http://bazel.io/
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It has sold millions of copies, is perhaps the greatest novel in the science-fiction canon and Star Wars wouldn’t have existed without it. Frank Herbert’s Dune should endure as a politically relevant fantasy from the Age of Aquarius
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The Great Torii of Itsukushima Shrine in Miyajima.
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+John Hawkins​ I didn't know that! It must have been beautiful.
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There are no word to describe the awesomeness of this movie.
"insane" "epic" "crazy" don't do it justice. Watch it, it's just 30 minutes but you'll wish it were longer.
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psychedelic!
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New Crosstown Doughnuts shop in Soho.
"be a doughnut in a world full of cupcakes"
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Fantastic donuts and excellent coffee from Assembly.
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Really liked the Slow & Low Lamb Shoulder but the Classic was also great. The Meltroom Relish as a side.
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Beautiful, relaxed japanese café right on the basin. The vibe is very relaxed, the place is bright, with lots of wood and the service is super friendly. The coffee, made with beans from Nude, is good and the japanese food is delicious. Onigiri (rice balls), noodles, avocado with wasabi on toast, everything was great. Very child friendly.
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