Android Oreo, Google’s newest operating system, is on the way
Google decided to name this update after the Oreo cookie after several late nights at its headquarters where engineers just kept grabbing the snacks.
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Google has launched Hire, a new way for businesses to find and hire job seekers within the familiar confines of G Suite.
Originally teased back in April, Hire lets employers keep tabs on potential candidates using familiar Google-made applications in place of other competing recruitment tools. It's currently only available in the US.
Hire syncs up directly with G Suite, allowing businesses to perform tasks like contacting candidates directly though Gmail, scheduling interview availability though Google Calendar, and tracking stats on potential employees through Sheets.
Intended for small-to-medium-sized businesses, Hire also keeps track of candidates that made an im…
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After destroying humans, Google’s AlphaGo hangs up its Go gloves
Sorry, human Go players, Google’s AlphaGo AI is just out of your league right now. At the Future of Go Summit event, held in Wuzhen, China from May 23-27, AlphaGo has won every single match, going 3:0 against human Go champion Ke Jie, and sweeping the …
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Google’s AlphaGo retires after beating Chinese Go champion
After winning a three-game match against Chinese grandmaster Ke Jie in what is revered as the world’s most demanding strategy game, Google’s gaming AI AlphaGo is retiring. With nothing left to prove, AlphaGo’s developers from Google-owned artificial …
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Google’s AlphaGo AI retires after dominating humanity’s best players
AlphaGo, the A.I. that has consistently defeated the world’s greatest human Go players over the last two years, is retiring from the game. The robo-grandmaster will go out on top, after defeating China’s Ke Jie, the world’s top-ranked player.
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iOS 11, Android O: What Apple can learn from Google’s IO17
“Great artists steal” in the sense of recognizing good existing ideas and building upon them. Now that Google has laid out its hand at IO17, detailing its plans for Android O and the search giant’s various apps and services, what great ideas can Apple …
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Google IO 2017 is now in the rear-view mirror, but we'll be hearing about everything Google announced this week for many months to come.
Whether it's the public release of Android O later this summer, HTC and Lenovo's standalone VR headsets powered by the Daydream platform, Google Lens or Android Go, Google IO only served to set the stage for even more exciting announcements down the road.
Read on for all the big news and features from this year's show, and remember, we're only a few weeks away from Apple's WWDC 2017 conference!
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Update: Huge news: Google Assistant is now available on iPhone! Siri better watch out… LG is also bringing Assistant support to its appliances via Google Home, as is GE for its Geneva Home products.
Read on for all the devices that support Google Assistant
Google Assistant is Google's latest and greatest digital helper, and it brings a number of exciting features to the table as it looks to compete against Apple's Siri, Amazon's Alexa and Microsoft's Cortana.
With Google Assistant, you can perform tasks like control your smart home devices, set Calendar events, ask questions to be searched online, and much more.
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Android TV is the name of the TV operating system that’s developed in-house at Google. It’s different than Google TV (a defunct moniker for Google’s play into the living room space) and it definitely isn’t related to Chrome in any way.
The best description for Android TV is that it’s a smart entertainment platform. It comes built into a number of TVs (primarily from Sony, Sharp and LeEco) but also in a number of streaming video players like the Nvidia Shield.
To that end, think of Android TV like iOS or Android – it’s an operating system for all of your favorite apps, games, movies, music and TV shows that you n…
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Best Android Tablets 2017: The Best Devices Running Google’s OS
With a brilliant screen and even better audio, you’ll have fun watching videos and listening to music on this device. Google Pixel C If what you’re looking for in a tablet includes great design, power, and a brilliant display then Google has answered …
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