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Alphabet, Indian state partner to deploy new wireless internet tech

Alphabet X, the company’s moonshoot division, announced Thursday it will sell Free Space Optical Communications (FSOC) technology to India’s Andhra Pradesh state government to connect rural and remote areas across the state. Alphabet X will provide two thousand FSOC links, technology that is an offshoot of its Project Loon initiative, …

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Chromecast is back on Amazon

Amazon will once again allow sales of Apple TV and Google Chromecast on its site, after banning them two years ago in an effort to promote its own Fire TV hardware to online shoppers. The addition of Apple TV is not surprising – Amazon and Apple came to an agreement …

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GPU killer: Google reveals just how powerful its TPU2 chip really is

So far, Google has only provided a few images of its second-generation Tensor Processing Unit, or TPU2, since announcing the AI chip in May at Google I/O. The company has now revealed a little more about the processor, the souped-up successor to Google’s first custom AI chip. As spotted by …

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Crunch Report | Glow-in-the-Dark Plants

Blue Origin’s Crew Capsule 2.0 takes first flight, scientists at MIT make glow-in-the-dark plants and Google is opening an AI center in China. All this on Crunch Report. Read More Source link

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Google launches Assistant on Android tablets, more phones

(Image: CNET/CBS Interactive) Google on Wednesday announced Google Assistant is now available for Android tablets running Android 7.0 Nougat and 6.0 Marshmallow. Assistant was previously only available on some Android phones, Android Wear, Google Home, and an iOS app. Google also said its virtual personal assistant is expanding to phones …

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Google is opening a China-based research lab focused on artificial intelligence

Google has officially announced that it is opening an AI center in Beijing, China. The confirmation comes after months of speculation fueled by a major push to hire AI talent inside the country. Google’s search engine is blocked in China, but the company still has hundreds of staff in China …

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Google Analytics 101: Executive’s guide to measuring business data

If you want to improve the experience of your website or app, or maybe you want to ensure the success of your business, you need to be analyzing user behavior. One of the easiest ways to do that is with Google Analytics. What is Google Analytics? Google describes Google Analytics …

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YouTube TV hits 34 new markets

The unbundling of the cable media empire is well underway, as players like Netflix grow and others like Hulu and YouTube offer live TV service. YouTube TV, in particular, is executing an aggressive rollout, just yesterday making the service available to another 34 markets. That brings us to a total …

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Google launches three experimental photo apps for Android, iOS

CNET/CBS Interactive Google on Monday launched three experimental photography apps for iOS and Android to test experimental technology like object recognition, person segmentation, stylization algorithms, efficient image encoding, and decoding technologies. Google is calling the three apps, Storyboard, Selfissimo!, and Scrubbies, part of “appsperiments” inspired by Google’s Motion Stills app. …

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