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This talking Doogler deserves a round of a-paws

Ever wonder what your dog is thinking? You’re not alone. Over the last year, dog “talking” buttons have taken the pet world by storm. With the push — er paw — of a button, dogs are now “telling” their humans what they need, whether that’s water, food or to go outside. Some pups have even…

Increasing Google’s investment in the UK

Supporting digital growth across the UKMore than ever, technology is enabling people and businesses across the UK. In 2021, we achieved our target to help one million small British businesses stay open by helping them be found online.It’s important that everyone is able to take advantage of the increasing innovation in the UK and grow…

Advancing genomics to better understand and treat disease

Applying machine learning to maximize the potential in sequencing dataLooking forward, new sequencing instruments can lead to dramatic breakthroughs in the field. We believe machine learning (ML) can further unlock the potential of these instruments. Our new research partnership with Pacific Biosciences (PacBio), a developer of genomic sequence platforms, is a great example of how…

Making Open Source software safer and more secure

We welcomed the opportunity to participate in the White House Open Source Software Security Summit today, building on our work with the Administration to strengthen America’s collective cybersecurity through critical areas like open source software.Industries and governments have been making strides to tackle the frequent security issues that plague legacy, proprietary software. The recent log4j…

Some facts about Google Analytics data privacy

The web has to work for users, advertisers, and publishers of all sizes — but users first. And with good reason: people are using the internet in larger numbers for more daily needs than ever. They don’t want privacy as an afterthought; they want privacy by design.Understanding this is core to how we think about…

Celebrating a decade of partnering with Technovation

Padmapriya grew up with difficulty even accessing the internet, and while she took basic computer science courses, she didn't complete the engineering course she started. But today, she's working for Nokia and managing MakerWomen, and regularly mentors Technovation Girls teams. Explaining why she mentors, Padmapriya shares her logic, "If I can do this, why not…
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