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Google Launches Google Play Music Subscription in India

Google Launches Google Play Music Subscription in India

New Delhi [India], Apr 6 : Google India has announced the launch of Google Play Music subscription in India, offering music lovers a fresh take on streaming that is smarter, easier and uses little data.

Google Play Music is available across Android, iOS and the web in India. Sign up now and get a free trial on Android, iOS or the web.

As an introductory offer, it is available for a discounted subscription offer of Rs. 89 per month if you sign up within the first 45 days.

Google launches Knowledge Graph in Bengali language

Google launches Knowledge Graph in Bengali language

New Delhi [India], Mar. 30 : In an attempt to assist Bengali speakers discover new information quickly, Google on Wednesday announced the introduction of Knowledge Graph in Bengali language on Google Search.

Google Search will now also support spell correction for Bengali queries improving the Search experience for the millions of Bengali speakers around the world.

The Knowledge Graph enables users to search for things, people or places that Google knows about-landmarks, celebrities, cities, sports teams, buildings, geographical features, movies, celestial objects, works of art and more. The feature allows users to get straight to the answer and displays other relevant information.

Google Maps 'transit feature' now enabled in seven more Indian cities

Google Maps 'transit feature' now enabled in seven more Indian cities

New Delhi [India], Mar 16 : Google India on Thursday announced expansion of the transit feature on the Google Maps to seven more Indian cities including Chandigarh, Lucknow, Vadodara, Indore, Mysore, Surat and Coimbatore.

The new transit feature will help users better plan their commute around the city, and make it easier to get an overview of public transportation around them.

With today's update, the transit feature is now available in sixteen Indian cities including the new ones.

"Google Maps is your guide to the world around you, and this launch is part of our effort to reflect the real world and provide you with relevant information about your surroundings," said product manager Google Maps, Sanket Gupta.

Google splash colours on its Doodle to celebrate Holi!

Google splash colours on its Doodle to celebrate Holi!

New Delhi [India], Mar. 13 : When the festival of colours is here, how can Google be far behind from celebrating it!

Hence it dedicated the Doodle today to celebrate Holi, by taking on a fresh set of colours on it.

Google took to its blog to describe its Doodle, which read, "Today, the Google letters are taking on a fresh set of colors in honor of the Holi festival. Coinciding with the arrival of spring, the vibrant celebration looks a lot like the Doodle: people run around happily covering each other in a rainbow of powdery hues."

Google Cloud, SAP forge tie-up to develop enterprise solutions

Google Cloud, SAP forge tie-up to develop enterprise solutions

New Delhi [India], Mar 9 : Google has announced a new strategic partnership with SAP, focused on developing and integrating Google's best cloud and machine learning solutions with SAP enterprise applications.

The partnership will enable certification of the in-memory database SAP HANA on Google Cloud Platform(GCP), new G Suite integrations, Google's machine learning capabilities, and data governance collaboration, offers Google Cloud, SAP and customers more scope, scalability, and the exciting opportunity to create new products.

Google dedicates its doodle to NASA's seven earth sized exoplanets discovery!

Google dedicates its doodle to NASA's seven earth sized exoplanets discovery!

New Delhi [India], Feb. 23 : Google has always made sure to celebrate every special affair around the globe.

Likewise, it has dedicated its doodle today to NASA's discovery of seven earth sized exoplanets.

In a short, comical animation, the doodle shows NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope, which revealed the first known system of seven Earth-size planets around a single star.

The discovery sets a new record for greatest number of habitable-zone planets found around a single star outside our solar system. All of these seven planets could have liquid water - key to life as we know it - under the right atmospheric conditions, but the chances are highest with the three in the habitable zone.

Google incorporates creation of 'lists' in Google Maps

Google incorporates creation of 'lists' in Google Maps

New Delhi [India], Feb. 14 : Google on Tuesday announced the launch of Google Maps' new feature 'Lists'. The feature has been designed to help an individual create a list of his/her favourite places. This feature is currently available on Android and iOS softwares.

Users can list the places to visit as well as share recommendations, whether it is a list of weekend getaways, or a list of best street food joints, or best fashion boutiques in a particular area amongst others. Shared lists are also accessible for users. Moreover, the lists can be viewed and edited offline, which can then be viewed on the offline map.

Users can create the list in two ways:

Google launches PhotoScan app, turns old photos to HQ digital images

Google launches PhotoScan app, turns old photos to HQ digital images

New Delhi[India], Nov. 16 : Google launches it new app called Photo Scan for turning old prints into digital photos using machine learning to correct imperfections in the capture process.

This standalone app from Google Photos easily scans just about any photo, from anywhere.

PhotoScan is a free to download app that gets you great looking digital copies in seconds - it detects edges, straightens the image, rotates it to the correct orientation, and removes glare.

Scanned photos can be saved in one tap to Google Photos to be organized, searchable, shared, and safely backed up at high quality.

Further Google is rolling out three easy ways to make your pictures look even better: a new and improved auto enhance, unique new looks, and advanced editing tools.

Rise-of-the-machines remix effectively builds sympathy for Google’s Atlas and vilifies humans

Rise-of-the-machines remix effectively builds sympathy for Google’s Atlas

Last week, Google-owned Boston Dynamics released a footage showing its humanoid Atlas robot performing remarkable tasks, including opening doors, roaming over snow-covered region and holding and placing boxes at the right place.

However, some viewers might ponder over how mean humans were to Atlas. They beat the robot using a pole, pushed him down and punched a box out of its hands.

The human bullying the robot was in reality part of a practical exhibition of how Atlas reverts to environment changes and then adjusts and takes action accordingly to finish a task. However, YouTube comedy filmmakers Auralnauts visualized it as a chance of remixing the footage into the starting of a horror film.

Google’s PlaNet can guess the location of your images

Google’s PlaNet can guess the location of your images

Technology major Google has taken another notable step forward towards creating machines that can perform tasks better and faster than humans. Last week, Google revealed PlaNet, a neural network developed to locate the exact location where a picture was captured. According to the MIT Technology Review, the difference between this latest technology and other image location software is that it grabs information, learns as it comes across more and more pictures.

PlaNet isn’t flawless. Project leader Tobias Weyand told MIT Technology Review that the network can just localize 3.6% of the pictures at street-level accuracy and 10.1% at city-level accuracy. But, amazingly, it has already defeated humans in trial runs.

Google PlaNet trained to identify locations where photos were taken based on visual cues

Google PlaNet trained to identify locations where photos were taken based

Computer specialist Tobias Weyand and his colleagues at Google have come up with a deep-learning platform codenamed PlaNet. They have trained the system to figure out locations where pictures have been captured on the basis of visual cues. The project is interesting and it has showcased amazingly high degree of accuracy in detecting places where images were taken. The system is improving with time, said Google research team member Weyand.

The specialists at Google began by dividing up the globe into a grid, leaving aside the oceans and polar region. MIT Technology Review reported that thereafter, they formed a database for PlaNet, containing 126 million geo-located pictures taken from the Internet.

Grail names former Google X Senior Vice President Jeff Huber as its CEO

Grail names former Google X Senior Vice President Jeff Huber as its CEO

On Wednesday, Grail, a healthcare firm that is developing a blood test for early detection of cancer, has named ex Google X Senior Vice President Jeff Huber as its CEO.

Huber said he is willing to apply his experience building large-scale data systems in improving the gene sequencing technology that Grail uses in the detection of cancerous material in patients, showing no symptoms of the disease.

Gene sequencing company Illumina Inc formed the San Francisco-based Grail and it received over $100 million in Series A financing. The majority owner of the firm is Illumina.

The main investors are some technology giants, including the founder of Microsoft Bill Gates, and Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon.com, and ARCH Venture Partners and Sutter Hill Ventures.

Meet Google DeepMind's AlphaGo, A Program That Beats Professional Player at Go

Meet Google DeepMind's AlphaGo, A Program That Beats Professional Player

Once again, artificial intelligence (AI) researchers have proved that a computer learning program can perform better than humans when it comes to solve a complex puzzle. On Wednesday, DeepMind, a research organization under Google’ Alphabet, announced that its computer program has won against a high-ranking professional Go player.

The organization reported that the program, dubbed as AlphaGo, which combines two algorithms, defeated the human player in a series of five matches of highly complex Chinese strategy game. Results of the game have been published by journal Nature in its January 27 edition.

Google-owned Robotics firm Boston Dynamics’ creepy video leaves holiday revelers aghast

Google-owned Robotics firm Boston Dynamics’ creepy video leaves holiday revelers

Amid the Christmas and New Year holiday season, Google-owned engineering firm Boston Dynamics, a robotics company, has done something unpleasant. A video posted by the company on the internet with good intentions has left holiday revelers somewhat distasted. In the video, a headless mechanical robotic reindeer is shown pulling a sleigh while a female Santa aboard wishes viewers “Happy Holidays". But the headless reindeer only succeeded in creeping the video out of the Internet.

Though the engineering firm had good intentions while preparing the video, the result was otherwise.

Google-owned company makes creepy robotic reindeer

Google-owned company makes creepy robotic reindeer

A Google-owned company has made robotic reindeer, but they are probably not aware of how creepy their reindeer creations actually are for the normal folks out there. The outlook of reindeer robots is devious enough to freak out people on the Internet.

They don’t look like Rudolf and friends instead they seem more like ‘Alien’ and the ‘Terminator’ pets. It is sad that nobody has found anything cute to say about the robotic reindeer so far.

Johnson & Johnson, Verily form Verb Surgical to Develop Surgical Robots

Johnson & Johnson, Verily form Verb Surgical to Develop Surgical Robots

In an attempt to give surgeons superhuman precision, Google’s Verily has partnered with Johnson & Johnson. Under the new startup, called Verb Surgical, two companies will develop medical robotics to assist surgeons.

The new company is a result of a partnership between pre-Alphabet Google and pharmaceutical company Johnson & Johnson that was announced earlier this year. The collaboration brings experts from Google and Ethicon of Johnson & Johnson on a single platform to assist surgeons.

The experts from both the companies will work to combine Verb Surgical's robots and Ethicon’s medical tools in one system that may assist doctors in performing minimally invasive operations. The new robots will improve surgeons’ control while performing surgeries.

Johnson & Johnson Establishes ‘Verb Surgical Inc’ in Collaboration with Google

Johnson & Johnson Establishes ‘Verb Surgical Inc’ in Collaboration with Google

Johnson & Johnson recently announced that it has joined hand with Google to form a new independent company. The new company will aim to make robotic-assisted systems that could be used for surgery.

The announcement about the formation of the new company, Verb Surgical Inc., was made on Thursday by Johnson & Johnson. The tools developed in the company will reduce costs in order to help improve the standard of healthcare.

Google’s research unit which was earlier known as Google Life Sciences was changed to Verily Life Sciences LLC, after the announcement of its collaboration with J&J in March.

Moon Express and Rocket Lab to Launch Rover That Could Land On Moon

Moon Express and Rocket Lab to Launch Rover That Could Land On Moon

Recently in the race to be the first private company to land a robot on the moon, two private groups have signed to launch a privately developed rover that can land on the moon and then perform further requirements of the Google Lunar XPRIZE.

The team that will be the first to launch their rover and complete the task of landing, travelling about a third of a mile and transmit high-definition images back to earth, will be considered as the winning team of the competition.

The XPRIZE on Tuesday said in a statement that it had verified Moon Express’ previously announced contract to launch an MX-1E ‘micro-lander’ on Rocket Lab USA’s Electron rocket by December 31, 2017.

Experimental technology may be the future of computing

Experimental technology may be the future of computing

Experimental technology could be the future of computing. On Tuesday, Google, the search engine giant, has given outsiders their first peep at its experimental quantum super-computing system that it think would one day lead to a new era of data crunching.

For the last two years, Google and its partners the non-profit Universities Space Research Association and NASA have been doing experiments with the cutting edge technology. Their aim is to create an enhanced way to solve quite complex issues such as improvement in air traffic control and desalination plant operations, even in case the data is quite jumble.

Google’s Education Software violates Student Privacy, claims EFF

Google’s Education Software violates Student Privacy, claims EFF

The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) alleged that Google is spying on school children through its Chromebooks. The international non-profit digital rights group has now asked the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to investigate Google over the matter.

In a complaint filed earlier, EFF said Google is collecting personal data from kids using the company’s Chromebooks in classrooms. According to the non-profit, Google for Education has been collecting the data and disobeying the terms of Student Privacy Pledge that the company signed earlier this year.

The EFF said during ‘Spying on Students’ campaign, it found that some Google practices were doubtful. It said that the tech giant isn’t collecting children’s data to advertise it, but to track data about students' browsing activities.




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