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Google Tells US Government They Won't Pull Anti-Muslim Film
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How Google search works (and what it means for marketers). [BLOG POST]
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Google Tells US Government They Won't Pull Anti-Muslim Film
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Google Chrome now owns the internet - most popular web browser in the world.
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Autonomous Vehicle, 300K Miles, Google Driverless, Driverless Cars, Driving Cars, Self Driving Car
The Google driverless car is involved in developing technology for autonomous cars. The software powering Google's cars is called Google Chauffeur
A Car that Drives Itself ! Googles Self Driving Car goes 300,000 miles without an accident. Amazing
This is Google's Self-driving car, an autonomous car that doesn't need a driver.The Laser on the roof of the car provides the vehicle with a 360-degree understanding of the environment the car is driving in. The car uses GPS to know it's location and also has software that uses any information that is obtained so that it can choose the safest speed and trajectory for the journey.
Google's Self-Driving Car - Seen this a few times on the way to work, its racked up 300,000 miles worth of accident-free driving!
Google's fleet of 24 robot Lexus SUVs have racked up about 500,000 miles of safe, unassisted driving. One 2013 study by the Eno Center for Transportation suggested that if 10% of cars on US roads were autonomous this could reduce fatalities by about 1,000. Currently California, Florida and Nevada have licensed autonomous vehicles to be tested on their public roads though it requires a person to sit in the driver's seat at all times.
Google self-driving cars are safer than human-driving cars. 300K miles without an accident.
Google’s self-driving cars complete 300k miles without accidents, deemed ready for commuting
Leave it to Google to invent the first self-driving car. Using software very appropriately called Google Chauffeur, the cars drive around free of any human assistance. Google is constantly testing the cars, having at least a dozen on the road at any given time, and logging over 300,000 miles of safely proving that humans are becoming unnecessary. The only accident involving a driverless car was when a human was driving it manually, proving that robots are better than us.
Google's Self-Driving Cars Complete 300k Miles Without Accident
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Android's Rise Helps Google Grow its Traffic Surveillance System - Technology Review
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Algorithms that automatically reroute your car look like the next trend in mobile mapping.
Most of the time, drivers choose the most direct route between two points and because of this, traffic tends to converge on a small number of roads, making traffic jams inevitable. What would happen, though, if you could route cars more efficiently and have them use underutilized roads? To find out, the team developed an algorithm that constantly monitors where cars are in a city and then routes them as efficiently as possible, keeping in mind where all the other cars are...
Greenway - The app offers users two routes to their destination: a standard shortest one and a traffic-optimized Greenway one, along with the approximate amount of time and fuel it would take to get there using each. If you choose the Greenway path, the app will ping Greenway's server every 30 seconds with your GPS location to determine if the current route is still the best—a decision made based on knowledge about your location and speed and information about other Greenway users on the road.
Greenway: app using an algorithm to divert traffic to reduce traffic jams= reduced CO2
The Greenway app
12 Google Tools You Might Not Know About
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Google Acquires Ad Firm Wildfire Interactive - WSJ.com
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As The End Of Google Docs Draws Near, Google Asks Stragglers To Transition To Google Drive
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Google Nexus Q extends its Hangout philosophy to the living room | DVICE
Google unveils Nexus Q streaming media player
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This article focuses on a privacy lawsuit in which Netflix claimed they were not doing anything wrong. Privacy on a digital platform like this is huge concern to many of the consumers. Netflix was storing browsing history of viewers who had unsubscribed. Although it was a relief to some to know their favorite selections would be back if they joined again, others felt storing their selections forever was an invasion of privacy. Netflix settled the case by paying $9 million. By Shannon D.
Google Tightens Up App Policy, Gets Stricter On Naming/Icon, Payments, Privacy, Ads And Spam Rules [Developer Letter] | TechCrunch
Apple, Cloud, Mobile
So much for all the Maps thunder and Lightning port issues, and what they might mean for sales of the iPhone 5: a new survey published today by 451/ChangeWave Research reveals that in fact Apple’s latest mobile device is selling at “record” rates compared to past iPhone launches.
Solving The Developer Deficit In The Cloud | TechCrunch » Editor's note: Ruben Daniels is CEO and co-founder of Cloud9 IDE, a leading cloud-based Integrated Development Environment (IDE) that enables web and mobile developers to work together and collaborate...
Mobile App Monetization Startup Inneractive Raises $3.5M For Continued Global Expansion | TechCrunch
Neemware’s New Mobile Marketing Platform Gives App Developers A Better Way To Communicate With Users
As promised last month, LearnVest, a startup which recently expanded its focus from teaching women to become more financially savvy to teaching entire households to so, is now available on mobile. Today, the company is officially debuting its iOS application in the App Store, which will allow users to sign up, budget, set goals, track their cash flow and more.
Toronto-based startup TrendSpottr today announced a new partnership with Salesforce that will see its product made available to the larger company’s customers directly through the Salesforce Marketing Cloud. TrendSpottr will now deliver real-time, predictive analytics to Salesforce’s massive customer base, providing them with the tools it has developed to spot emerging trends before they go mainstream and spot potentially viral content early on in its popularity cycle.
Smartphones Not Required – Mobile Money On Feature Phones Is Hot In Emerging Markets
Enterprise Apps Are Moving To Single-Page Design | TechCrunch
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