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Now what would China do given global Right To Be Forgotten powers of the sort being demanded by France? Hmm? // Far from knocking down the world’s largest system of censorship, China in fact is moving ever more confidently in the opposite direction, strengthening the wall’s legal foundations, closing breaches and reinforcing its control of the Web behind the wall. Defensive no more about its censorship record, China is trumpeting its vision of “Internet sovereignty” as a model for the world and is moving to make it a legal reality at home. //


China is confidently promoting its vision of “Internet Sovereignty.”
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A look at how Linux and open source software are changing in-vehicle infotainment through GENIVI and the Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) workgroup.
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Preregistration on #GooglePlay for for #Duo and #Allo #io16
Duo is a one-to-one video calling app for everyone – designed to be simple,...
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New ways to keep data flowing between your apps and ours

While we've moved past paper clips and passing memos around the office, today's business world still isn't as seamless as it could be. Think about the different apps we use and those highly-repetitive tasks: copy-and-paste from a CRM app to a slide deck, manual export of data from a project management app just to enter it into a spreadsheet. It's the digital equivalent of pushing paper. To this end, we're announcing APIs for Google Sheets, Slides, and Classroom to make it easier for your users to move data between your apps and ours.

The new Sheets & Slides APIs give you programmatic access to powerful features found in these products. As a result, your apps can perform a variety of tasks tying app data together: creating rich workflows that move data from your app into (and out of) Sheets, and producing polished slide decks from source data that are ready to present. Linked charts allow for easy updates in Docs and Slides when the data changes.

Finally, edtech developers will benefit from the new coursework capabilities in the Classroom API, giving you programmatic access to assignments and grades in Classroom and allowing deeper integrations with learning tools and student information systems.

We hope that these new features enable new tools coming from enterprise and educational software developers and can't wait to see what you build with them!

Find out more at: http://goo.gl/CG86Vn

#io16 #GoogleApps #GoogleSheets #Sheets #GoogleSlides #Slides #API
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Mark your🗓! Tune in to the Google #io16 live stream tomorrow at 10am PT. events.google.com/io2016/
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Robotic kitchen.. coming.. http://www.moley.com/ (Do checkout the demo video)
Moley has created the world's first robotic kitchen. Featuring an advanced, fully functional robot integrated into a beautifully designed, professional kitchen, it cooks with the skill and flair of a master chef. The prototype was premiered to widespread acclaim at Hanover Messe, ...
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Google launched an app that uses a smartphone's sensor to collect and record data. The Science Journal app is available as a free download from the Google Play Store.
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Nice summary from io16 ..
 
Catch up on all the announcements from #IO16 so far, including the Google assistant, Allo, Duo, Android N, VR and Firebase → https://goo.gl/QFWX27 ‪#‎IO16‬
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Well summarized problem space for spaces
 
Introducing Spaces
Today we're launching a new tool for group sharing that aims to tackle many of the pain points we've seen repeatedly:
* getting people together is hard
* jumping between apps to share things is slow
* conversations often go off-topic
* finding what was shared before is painful

We wanted to build a better group sharing experience that addresses these issues and more, so we made a new app called Spaces. More in the official Google blog post: https://googleblog.blogspot.com/2016/05/introducing-spaces-tool-for-small-group.html
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Those looking for signs of life outside Earth may best find them in dying stars or red giants, according to a new Cornell study. The focus is on habitable zones in the universe that can give a second wind to a planetary system.
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Lets discuss google spaces.. on google spaces :) May work on desktop only.. as the android app is not live yet.
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We ordered a takeout. The chicken was really stale and noodles was also not that good. Seems this is the first Thai place which I did not like at all. Reviews are misleading.
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Used one of the ballroom, was spacious and had no issues with facilities. The food was delicious as well.
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