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  • Analyze your business data with Explore in Google Sheets
  • Analyze your business data with Explore in Google Sheets

    A few months back, we announced a new way for you to analyze data in Google Sheets using machine learning. Instead of relying on lengthy formulas to crunch your numbers, now you can use Explore in Sheets to ask questions and quickly gather insights.

  • Save time with Quick Access in Drive
  • Save time with Quick Access in Drive

    Today, we’re launching Quick Access, which shaves 50 percent off the average time it takes to get to the right file by eliminating the need to search for it. It uses machine learning to intelligently predict the files you need before you’ve even typed anything.

  • Backup and Sync from Google available soon
  • Backup and Sync from Google available soon

    On June 28th, 2017, we will launch Backup and Sync from Google, a tool intended to help everyday users back up files and photos from their computers, so they’re safe and accessible from anywhere. Backup and Sync is the latest version of Google Drive for Mac/PC, which is now integrated with the Google Photos desktop uploader. As such, it will respect any current Drive for Mac/PC settings in the Admin console.

  • Google’s AR platform Tango is going to let museum visitors explore exhibits
  • Google’s AR platform Tango is going to let museum visitors explore exhibits

    In a bid to breathe a little life into its promising augmented reality platform, Tango, Google is partnering with a number of museums around the world. Starting with the Detroit Institute of Arts (before moving on to other, as-yet-unnamed institutions), Google is offering visitors Tango-enabled devices that can be used to explore exhibits in augmented reality.

  • Google is strapping cameras to sheep for a new mapping project
  • Google is strapping cameras to sheep for a new mapping project

    Because the islands are remote, Google never bothered to map them for Google Maps Street View.So several citizens went about trying to get Google to come and photograph the islands' grassy hills and beautiful coastline. By strap cameras to the sheep and map out as much of the islands as they could.

  • Google wants to introduce VR to a million British schoolchildren
  • Google wants to introduce VR to a million British schoolchildren

    Google is convinced about the long-term of VR. The company is heavily pushing it through affordable hardware initiatives like Google Cardboard and Daydream. And now, Mountain View is bringing it to the classroom with the aim of introducing the concept to one million British schoolchildren.

  • Google Drive now makes it easy to switch from iOS to Android
  • Google Drive now makes it easy to switch from iOS to Android

    Google has updated its Drive cloud storage app on iOS with a handy new feature for those switching to a new phone this holiday season. It now lets you back up your contacts, calendar and camera roll so you’ll have them all available when you sign into your account on a new Android device.

  • THE GOOGLE PHONE : PIXEL
  • THE GOOGLE PHONE : PIXEL

    In a nationally televised commercial that premiered last month, an empty search box sitting against a stark white background slowly morphs, becoming taller and skinnier. As Redbone croons "Come and get your love," the lines take shape and the outline of a phone emerges. It is, of course, the Pixel, a new phone "made by Google." The metaphor damn near hits you in the face: the search box once defined Google, but now Google needs to be something more.

  • TEAM Group of Companies reengineers the process and increase efficiency toward digital organization.
  • TEAM Group of Companies reengineers the process and increase efficiency toward digital organization.

     At the beginning of July 2016, TEAM Group of Companies, Thailand biggest engineering consulting and management, officially launch Google Apps for Work on live. Google Apps is a mechanism to drive business reengineering and increase efficiency toward the digital organization. Google Apps assists the company on staffs collaboration and knowledge management process to achieve the goal of Learning Organization (LO).

  • This Google ad understands your iPhone storage struggles
  • This Google ad understands your iPhone storage struggles

    You've set up the perfect shot. Everyone is in position, the lighting is great, and the big moment has arrived. You're just about to take the picture, when out of nowhere a box pops up, ruining the whole thing - "Storage Full." 

  • Google Duo arrives to take on FaceTime
  • Google Duo arrives to take on FaceTime

    Google Duo, a new video chat app that works exclusively on phones, is getting released today. I've been using it for about a week and I can tell you that it's fast, easy to use, and devoid of complicated bells and whistles. You tap on the face of the person you want to call, they answer, and you have a one-on-one video chat going. Nobody who uses this app can say that Google didn't achieve its goal of creating a video chat app that's relentlessly, explicitly designed solely for phones.

  • 4 Reasons Why Your Small Business Should Use Google Apps for Work
  • 4 Reasons Why Your Small Business Should Use Google Apps for Work

                Google Apps for Work can empower your small business to compete on a large scale. As a cloud-based productivity solution, the package provides readily accessible tools for routine business tasks. Positioned as an affordable alternative to the Microsoft Office 365, Google Apps for Work has many features that make it a compelling choice. The following four reasons will show you why you should use Google Apps for your own business.

  • Could an algorithm save people’s eyesight? Google thinks so
  • Could an algorithm save people’s eyesight? Google thinks so

    Google’s artificial intelligence research lab DeepMind is exploring whether its technology could be used to identify early signs of eye diseases that ophthalmologists might not spot. DeepMind, which was acquired by Google in 2014, has struck an agreement with Moorfields Eye Hospital in London that gives it access to about a million anonymous retinal scans, which it will feed into its artificial intelligence software.

  • Pokemon Go asks for 'full access' to your Google account
  • Pokemon Go asks for 'full access' to your Google account

    People who sign up for Pokemon Go to catch them all could end up giving all their personal data away. 

    The hit game asks for a surprising amount of permission to access users' Google accounts, the internet discovered on Monday. Redowl engineer Adam Reeve has the best writeup on his blog. 

  • GlaxoSmithKline and Google team up to create new bioelectronics health company
  • GlaxoSmithKline and Google team up to create new bioelectronics health company

    British pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline and Google's parent company Alphabet have announced they're creating a new company to develop bioelectronic medicines. The joint venture will be named Galvani Bioelectronics and will be headquartered in the UK, with 55 percent of equity interest owned by GSK and 45 percent owned by Alphabet's Verily Life Sciences division (formerly known as Google Life Sciences). Galvani will initially be funded with £540 million over the next seven years ($712 million), and plans to have treatments ready for regulatory approval by 2023.