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Volvo IntelliSafe Auto Pilot driverless technology previewed – video

13 hours agoVehicles / Cars : Car Advice

httpv:// Volvo’s Drive Me program, a driverless vehicle trial that the Swedish carmaker claims is “way ahead” of Google’s autonomous car project, has taken a major step forward today with a new detailed view of its IntelliSafe Auto Pilot system. Announced in late 2013, the Drive Me pilot program will see 100 self-driving examples of […]

14 Simple Remarketing Ideas That Help Boost Conversions

Pay-per-click advertising drives much of the web's ecommerce. Google's AdWords platform is arguably the best known, driving 31% of the global digital advertising market. But many paid clicks never result in a sale, since users are just...Show More Summary

Google’s Cute Cars and the Ugly End of Driving

Mat Honan, writing for Buzzfeed after getting to ride in a Google self-driving car: Cars are giant, inefficient, planet-and-people-killing death machines. Self-driving cars — especially if they are operated as fleets and you only use...Show More Summary

FPD+RFM, FTW! A Column About Google's Customer Match

If the currency of the 2000s (the "aughts"?) was the keyword, the currency of the teens will surely be the audience. Intent-driven marketing is still awesome, but for many businesses, audience-based campaigns are what drive the most scale. So it's no surprise that Google has launched its own audience-based product, called Customer Match.

BRAVÒ Is Seeking Research, Design, Communications & Administration Interns (NYC)

18 hours agoLifestyle / Fashion : Fashionista

BRAVÒ is seeking interns in the fields of research, design, communications and administration. Candidates must be proficient with the Adobe Creative Suite and Google Drive and Microsoft Office– Understanding of Final Cut Pro is preferred but not necessary. Applicants are expected to be organized,... Continue reading

Google’s Lame Demo Shows Us How Far Its Robo-Car Has Come

A lame drive around a parking lot reveals the most crucial work Google's self-driving car team is doing. The post Google’s Lame Demo Shows Us How Far Its Robo-Car Has Come appeared first on WIRED.

Sergey Brin had a great response for why even people who love cars should embrace self-driving vehicles

Google cofounder Sergey Brin loves driving — and even reportedly bought one of Tesla's fancy, brand-new SUVs — but he still can't wait for a future full of autonomous vehicles. At a panel the company held earlier this week about itsShow More Summary

Learning more about Google's self-driving cars made me terrified to ever drive again (GOOG)

I knew that Google's self-driving cars looked adorable, but the full scope of how dramatically their technology will change the world really hit me earlier this week. At a panel Google hosted to update the press on its progress, theShow More Summary

Back up iPhone photos with new share sheet for Google Drive

The Google Drive app for iOS received an update lets you backup photos without leaving the iOS Photos app.

10 Friday AM Reads

My shade grown, organic morning train reads: • Inside Steve Cohen’s groundbreaking ‘Academy’ poaching young talent from Wall Street (Business Insider) • Google’s Cute Cars And The Ugly End Of Driving (Buzzfeed) see also A Car That Knows...Show More Summary

Google Drive For iOS Updated, Will Back Up Your Photos And Videos

With the release of Google Photos on iOS, the app basically allowed iOS users to automatically back up their photos and videos onto Google. This is a free back up option as long as your photos are below a certainly megapixel resolution. Show More Summary

Google Drive for iOS update takes aim at your photo library

Google Drive for iOS has been updated, and it wants to back up your photos. You can now use Drive as an extension for the share sheet in iOS. Those of you invested in Google Drive can now back up your Photos library with ease. Ahead of this update, Drive users had to upload from within the Drive app. Show More Summary

Riding In A Self-Driving Google Car

Originally published on Gas2. What’s it like to be behind the wheel of a car with no wheel? Recently, Google invited journalists to find out for themselves by riding in its autonomous driving Lexus RX450 Hybrid and its Roush-built Google car. Show More Summary

Google to ‘Cut the Crap,’ Reduce Waste

Google, in an effort to reduce waste and increase recycling, has partnered with the Ellen MacArthur Foundation to help drive the circular economy. In a blog post, Google VP Jim Miller details the company’s current waste reduction efforts: how Google has already begun to “cut the crap” by cutting energy waste, materials waste, food waste […]

Google Brings HTTPS Support To Blogspot

Over the last few years, Google brought support for encrypted HTTPS connections to almost all of its products, including search, Gmail and Google Drive. It’s now even using HTTPS support as a ranking signal in its search results. Starting today, the company is also bringing HTTPS support to its Blogspot blogging platform. Read More

HTTPS support coming to Blogspot

Posted by Jo-el van Bergen, Software Engineer, Security. Since 2008, we've worked to encrypt the connections between our users and Google servers. Over the years we've announced that Search, Gmail, Drive, and many other products have encrypted connections by default, and most recently, we've made a similar announcement for our ads products. Show More Summary

I failed my driving test twice. Will Google's car will save me?

Google's not-so-secret special projects lab, Google X, is housed in an old shopping mall near Mountain View, Calif.

Google Is Training Self-Driving Cars To Mimic Human Driving Tendencies 

6 days agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

Google has been successfully testing their fully-autonomous cars for a while, and now they’re ready to give them a big behavioral upgrade. So what are they changing? Read more...

Google's self-driving pod car unveiled

Google's self driving technology has been limited to cars not made by google - until now. Google's own self driving 'pod' car made it's debut today in Mountain View, CA at the Google X headquarters.        

Here are some of the 'diabolical' tests Google puts its self-driving cars through

Google's self-driving cars have travelled 1.2 million miles in full autonomy on public roads, the company announced on Tuesday afternoon. Because all of its vehicles share their driving data, that means that each car has accrued approximately 90 years of driving experience. Show More Summary

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