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“Get new ideas. Learn from experts. Engage with peers. Join us for an immersive event that brings together executives, customers, partners, developers, IT decision makers, and Google engineers to build the future of the cloud. See what's coming from the Google Cloud Platform, G Suite, Maps, and Devices teams.” Early bird registration ends Jan 25.
Everything you need to know about the Google Cloud Next 2017 Conference in San Francisco March 8-10. Google Cloud’s Computing event of the year.
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“The Google Brain team's long-term goal is to create more intelligent software and systems that improve people's lives, which we pursue through both pure and applied research in a variety of different domains. And while this is obviously a long-term goal, we would like to take a step back and look at some of the progress our team has made over the past year, and share what we feel may be in store for 2017.”
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“We're eight weeks out from the most influential cloud conference of the year, and today we're excited to announce new keynote speakers. On March 8-10, 2017, Google Cloud Next '17 will bring together thousands of developers, partners, customers and IT professionals with industry leaders and experts from Google at Moscone Center West in San Francisco.”
We're eight weeks out from the most influential cloud conference of the year, and today we're excited to announce new keynote speakers.
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“Daydream-ready phones are built for VR with high-resolution displays, ultra smooth graphics, and high-fidelity sensors for precise head tracking. To give you even more choices to enjoy Daydream, today we’re welcoming new devices that will soon join the Daydream-ready family.”
To give you even more choices to enjoy Daydream, today we’re welcoming new devices that will soon join the Daydream-ready family.
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“With Railwire Wi-Fi rolling into Udhagamandalam (Ooty) today, we’ve now brought high-speed Internet to 100 of the busiest railway stations across India. That means the 10 million people (think the entire population of Sweden) who pass through these stations every day now have access to fast enough Internet to stream (or offline) an HD video, research their destination or download a new book or game for the journey ahead.”
With Udhagamandalam station now online, high-speed Railwire Wi-Fi is within reach of the 10 million people who pass through 100 of India's busiest railway stations every day.
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“With Promoted Places, advertisers can improve awareness for their stores by branding their location icons with their logo. Clicks on a business’s logo will reveal promotions such as in-store sales or new products and services to help consumers decide where to go. They can also view the business’s place page to see store hours, check live updates to Popular Times, get directions, and more.”
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“There’s a big demand for our products around the world. In fact, the Nest Learning Thermostat, Nest Protect and Nest Cam are installed in more than 190 countries. The only hiccup is that right now, they’re available for purchase in just seven countries. But for folks in Austria, Germany, Italy and Spain, there’s good news. Starting February 15, getting your hands on Nest products that speak your language will be as simple as walking around the corner or ordering online.”
There’s a big demand for our products around the world. In fact, the Nest Learning Thermostat, Nest Protect and Nest Cam are installed in more than 190 countries.
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“Last year, we introduced a new ride services mode to Google Maps as a convenient option for people to easily get where they need to go. Since then we’ve added a number of new ride service partners in the U.S. and worldwide. Today, we’re starting to roll out an updated ride services experience to make it even easier for you to book a ride directly from Google Maps, on both Android and iOS globally.”
You'll now see more types of ride options, on both Android and iOS. We’re also trying out a new integration that lets you book, complete and pay for an Uber ride without ever leaving Google Maps.
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“When we announced the Google Assistant, we said that we wanted to help you get things done across a number of different places, contexts and situations. As we usher in the new year — and with it, the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) — we wanted to share an update on just a few of the ways you can expect to interact with your Assistant in the coming year.”
The Google Assistant will soon be coming to even more surfaces, ready to help answer your questions and help you get things done.
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“Last year at Google I/O, we shared our plans for bringing the Google Play store to Chromebooks. Today we’re excited to announce that we’re working with Samsung to launch the first Chromebooks built from the ground up for Android apps: the Samsung Chromebook Pro and the Samsung Chromebook Plus.”
Two new Chromebooks from Samsung bring together the best of Chrome OS and Android for a whole new experience.
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“Starting today, Google Keyboard on Android is getting a new name — and so much more. Gboard has all the things you love about your old Google Keyboard — speed and accuracy, Glide Typing and voice typing — plus Google Search built in.”
With Gboard for Android, you can search and send information, GIFs, emoji and more — right from your keyboard.
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“Today we're announcing two important updates to our IoT developer platform to make it faster and easier for you to create these smart, connected products. We're releasing a Developer Preview of Android Things, a comprehensive way to build IoT products with the power of Android, one of the world's most supported operating systems. We are also updating the Weave platform to make it easier for all types of devices to connect to the cloud and interact with services like the Google Assistant.”
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