Google tries new approach with voice on Pixel phone
- Gizmodo India
About six months ago, people working on hardware and the voice-activated Google
Assistant for the Pixel phone started sitting next to each other at the company's Mountain View, California headquarters, hammering out minute details of its first phone.
Google man drags Emacs into the 1990s
- The Register
Software developer and Google
employee Daniel Colascione has cooked up what he calls “Buttery smooth Emacs” by adding rendering code to the venerable text editor that does away with long-standing flickering and resizing issues. Colascione took to ...
Google extends office lease at GPT Workplace 6
- The Sydney Morning Herald
Internet giant Google
has extended its lease at GPT Group's Workplace 6 site in Pyrmont, Sydney, as it works towards the construction of a new, bigger location, said to be at the White Bay Power Station at the nearby Bays precinct. GPT confirmed the ...
Tussles with Brussels: Google
- The Economist
Over the next two weeks the technology giant will respond to the various antitrust allegations by the European Commission. They come in three buckets: that Google
abuses the dominance of its Android operating system (to which it has to respond by ...
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