Google released a new API that's sending shock waves through the internet. Here's how 'Perspective' can affect the search marketing. The post What Google’s Perspective API Might Mean for Search Marketing appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Male privilege is so rampant that an engineer felt comfortable distributing a screed that effectively harasses all of his women co-workers. Five years ago, Silicon Valley was rocked by a wave of “brogrammer” bad behavior, when overfunded,...Show More Summary
Five years ago, Silicon Valley was rocked by a wave of "brogrammer" bad behavior, when overfunded, highly entitled, mostly white and male startup founders did things that were juvenile, out of line and just plain stupid. Most of these...Show More Summary
By Regina Hoshimi, Head of Analyst Relations Forrester Research, a leading analyst firm, just named Google Cloud Platform (GCP) the leader in The Forrester Wave™: Insight Platforms-As-A-Service, Q3 2017, its analysis of cloud providers offering Platform as a Service. Show More Summary
Check out our full coverage. From IBM's souped-up supercomputer Watson to Google's tricked-out, self-driving cars, marketers are navigating a new wave of tech services and platforms beyond the walls of traditional advertising. Augmented reality, chatbots and artificial intelligence are all poised to become a bigger focus for marketers in the coming years, and advertisers are...
The best AR experience everyone can afford is now available! The folks at Merge have been making waves in the VR world for quite a while with the unique and colorful Merge VR/AR Googles, but this new accessory is going to really take off quick. Show More Summary
GUEST: Advances in deep learning and other machine learning algorithms are currently causing a tectonic shift in the technology landscape. Technology behemoths like Google, Microsoft, Amazon, Facebook and Salesforce are engaged in an artificial intelligence (AI) arms race, gobbling up machine learning talent and startups at an alarming pace. Show More Summary
Apple's iPhone sales have been "stable" and even "improving," finds Canaccord, despite a wave of competing phones in recent months from Samsung, LG Electronics and Google.
Accio, trends! Translation for non-Harry Potter fans: we’ve summoned five of the top search trends this week, with data compiled by the Google News Lab team. 20 years of magic June 26th marked the 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter...Show More Summary
If you happened to jump on the first wave of mesh WiFi systems that released over the past couple of years, you (like me) probably won’t like the fact that the same systems can now be purchased at a fraction of the price you paid. If...Show More Summary
It's probably not going to be called the Pixel XXL, but wouldn't that be fun? What's better than a big smartphone? An even bigger one. And with the Galaxy S8+ and iPhone 7 Plus making waves in their own right, it's possible Google hopes...Show More Summary
Google's parent company waves goodbye to the robots that are hard to push over.
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With Google I/O coming up in a week, we are seeing a wave of new Android Experiments, ranging from an innovative reminder app to wallpaper games.
Last week’s Google Docs phishing attack sent waves across social media, as users including journalists, academics and employees from high-profile corporations were affected. As part of the phishing attempt, users received an email with an invite to a Google Doc that appeared to be from a...
Someone claimed the wave of malicious Google links was just a research project gone wrong.
The internet is filled with a lot of garbage, more so than ever right now. Outside of everyone and their toe having a hot take, the real garbage I’m referring to is the wave of made-up-nonsense news that flooded places like Facebook during the previous election or has potentially been crawled by Google and placed into Search results. Show More Summary
VB EVENT: Jeff Dean, the brain behind Google Brain, will be one of the premier speakers at VentureBeat’s exclusive VB Summit, Riding the AI Wave, taking place June 5-6 at the luxury Claremont Hotel & Spa in Berkeley, CA. Early-bird pricing at 50% off ends April 14. Register here. “Jeff Dean doesn’t exist; he’s actually an advanced AI created by Jeff […]
Google announced this as we were sneaking into the weekend, but we wanted to make sure you all saw it still – the second wave of Android Wear 2.0 updates is going out to a new batch of devices. This round of watches includes the Polar...Show More Summary
Need some help planning your time at Google I/O 2017? The first wave of developer sessions has just been published in the official site's schedule.