Category: Media

Stream YouTube TV using your voice on Google Home

1:00 pm Eastern | Media

Google Home, Google Home Mini, and soon Google Home Max, let you enjoy your entertainment hands-free with the Google Assistant. With Chromecast, you can already stream your favorite YouTube clips, Netflix shows (if you have a subscription, of course), and more straight to your TV with a simple voice command.  Starting today, voice control gets even better on Google Home with support for YouTube TV. Available in most major U.S. cities, YouTube TV now offers live local broadcast feeds from ABC, CBS, FOX and NBC, as well as popular cable networks like ESPN, AMC and FX, and regional sports networks.Getting started is simpleOnce you’ve set up Google Home and Chromecast, open the Google Home app to link the two. After that, simply use your voice to control your YouTube TV experience. Just start witread more »

Stream YouTube TV using your voice on Google Home

1:00 pm Eastern | Media

Google Home, Google Home Mini, and soon Google Home Max, let you enjoy your entertainment hands-free with the Google Assistant. With Chromecast, you can already stream your favorite YouTube clips, Netflix shows (if you have a subscription, of course), and more straight to your TV with a simple voice command.  Starting today, voice control gets even better on Google Home with support for YouTube TV. Available in most major U.S. cities, YouTube TV now offers live local broadcast feeds from ABC, CBS, FOX and NBC, as well as popular cable networks like ESPN, AMC and FX, and regional sports networks. read more »

Pixel Visual Core: image processing and machine learning on Pixel 2

12:00 pm Eastern | Media

The camera on the new Pixel 2 is packed full of great hardware, software and machine learning (ML), so all you need to do is point and shoot to take amazing photos and videos. One of the technologies that helps you take great photos is HDR+, which makes it possible to get excellent photos of scenes with a large range of brightness levels, from dimly lit landscapes to a very sunny sky. HDR+ produces beautiful images, and we’ve evolved the algorithm that powers it over the past year to use the Pixel 2’s application processor efficiently, and enable you to take multiple pictures in sequence by intelligently processing HDR+ in the background. In parallel, we’ve also been working on creating hardware capabilities that enable significantly greater computing power—beyond eread more »

Time for a refresh: meet the new Google Calendar for web

12:00 pm Eastern | Media

Check your schedule. Starting today, a fresh look and new features are coming to Google Calendar on the web to help you manage your time more efficiently and get more done.We’re taking a lot of what you know and love from Calendar’s mobile application, like the modern color palette and sleek design, and bringing it to the web with a responsive layout that auto-adjusts to your screen size. We’ve also added more features for enterprises to help teams schedule and prepare for meetings. read more »

Google’s strongest security, for those who need it most

17 Oct 07:00 | Media

Editor’s note: October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month, and we're celebrating with a series of security announcements this week.When operating at the scale of Google, we usually strive to build products that serve the needs of billions of people. Today we’re introducing a different kind of product—one that we specifically tailored to protect the online security of a much smaller set of users.We took this unusual step because there is an overlooked minority of our users that are at particularly high risk of targeted online attacks. For example, these might be campaign staffers preparing for an upcoming election, journalists who need to protect the confidentiality of their sources, or people in abusive relationships seeking safety. Sometimes even the most careful and security-minded users are successfully attacked through phishing scams, especially if those phishing scams were individually targeted at read more »

Google’s strongest security, for those who need it most

17 Oct 07:00 | Media

Editor’s note: October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month, and we're celebrating with a series of security announcements this week. This is the second post; see our first one here.When operating at the scale of Google, we usually strive to build products that serve the needs of billions of people. Today we’re introducing a different kind of product—one that we specifically tailored to protect the online security of a much smaller set of users.We took this unusual step because there is an overlooked minority of our users that are at particularly high risk of targeted online attacks. For example, these might be campaign staffers preparing for an upcoming election, journalists who need to protect the confidentiality of their sources, or people in abusive relationships seeking safety. Sometimes even the most read more »

AGDATA Australia: from family farm to global partners

17 Oct 00:25 | Media

Editor’s note: As part of our series of interviews with entrepreneurs across Asia Pacific who use the internet to grow, we chatted with Glenn Skerman, who, together with his brother Brendan, are directors of AGDATA Australia, a farming accounting software company. Founded in 1984, their working family farm has grown into a software business that employs 18 team members with over 10,000 customers. AGDATA products are used by farmers all around the world, from the Falkland Islands to Papua New Guinea.Keyword: Can you tell us a bit about yourselves, what inspired you to become entrepreneurs and create this platform for farmers? Glenn Skerman: Actually, our father founded the business back in the 1980s. Originally, he was only trying to solve a problem for himself on the family cattle and grain farm. He was tired of trying to make existing accounting products mread more »

Siempre Selena

17 Oct 00:00 | Media

My love of music started with Selena Quintanilla. One of my dearest childhood memories is of my mom and I belting her classics like “Bidi Bidi Bom Bom” and “Techno Cumbia” in the family van during our annual road trips to Mexico. But Selena’s influence in my life goes so much further than that. I’m the daughter of a Mexican immigrant single mother and grew up in a small, primarily white town in rural Texas. Selena taught me that being Latina was a powerful thing, and that with hard work and focus, I could do whatever I set my mind to. She showed me that my hybrid cultural identity was a valuable gift I should embrace. Watching her made me proud to be Mexicana. Today we celebrate Selena’s legacy with a Google Doodle. Set to her iconic song (and my roadtrip favorite jam) “Bidi Bidi Bom Bom,” toread more »

In Philadelphia, buyout offers show digital transformation is still a bloody business

16 Oct 23:40 | Media

This post was originally published on this siteJournalists at the Philadelphia Media Network got a memo from management on Monday about what’s next for The Philadelphia Inquirer, the Daily News and Philly.com. It includes the addition of 10 new digital […]read more »

This tool could help fact-checkers surface WhatsApp hoaxes

16 Oct 23:40 | Media

This post was originally published on this siteWe’re at the mercy of our readers. That’s essentially fact-checkers’ current strategy when it comes to debunking viral hoaxes on WhatsApp, the increasingly popular messaging app that is becoming a focus for those […]read more »

How publishing free content drives sales

16 Oct 23:40 | Media

This post was originally published on this siteThe world sure has changed since 1995 when I founded my digital marketing agency. Hashtags back then were pound signs, dial-up Internet tied up our land lines and Web 2.0 hadn’t yet shown […]read more »

Oculus looks to improve VR app discovery with content-based search

16 Oct 23:39 | Media

This post was originally published on this siteStefano Tinti / Shutterstock.com Oculus is giving developers more options for getting their virtual reality apps in front of the right people. Oculus plans to roll out content-based app search for Gear VR […]read more »

Fast-growing startup aims to ‘replace the sports page’

16 Oct 23:39 | Media

This post was originally published on this siteImage via Pixabay. Alex Mather has what he calls, with a touch of understatement, “pretty big goals” for his subscription-based sports news startup, The Athletic. “The best case is that we can really […]read more »

Scott Brinker: Marketing is now customer experience’s champion

16 Oct 23:39 | Media

This post was originally published on this sitePerhaps you noticed it, too. At our most recent MarTech Conference, there seemed to be a transformation percolating throughout the sessions and presentations. After several false starts in previous years, it seemed to […]read more »

Negative tweets can spoil TV enjoyment

16 Oct 16:07 | Media

Using an experiment involving Twitter comments and a clip of the television show 30 Rock, researchers were looking to see if fake negative social media comments could hurt a person’s perception of a television show. Professors Franklin Waddell of The […]read more »

Negative tweets can spoil TV enjoyment

16 Oct 16:07 | Media

Using an experiment involving Twitter comments and a clip of the television show 30 Rock, researchers were looking to see if fake negative social media comments could hurt a person’s perception of a television show. Professors Franklin Waddell of The […]read more »

Framing climate change: Public health focus draws supportive reaction

16 Oct 16:07 | Media

The American public is divided on the issue of climate change. Some call for actions to slow it, while others simply dismiss the matter. Effectively engaging the public on climate change remains a communication challenge. Teresa A. Myers and Edward […]read more »

How to predict news sharing based on article characteristics

16 Oct 16:05 | Media

News dissemination and consumption pattern are changing drastically thanks to news consumers who spread the news by sharing links on social media. That’s because people increasingly follow links on social network sites rather than visiting the news sites directly. Three […]read more »

In a crisis? Put your customer first

16 Oct 16:04 | Media

The last thing a business wants to endure is a crisis. In a world with social media and fast-moving news, a crisis can sink a company. So it is important that companies have a communication strategy for emergencies. They should […]read more »

New security protections, tailored to you

16 Oct 16:00 | Media

Editor’s Note: October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month, and we're celebrating with a series of security announcements this week.Security is top of mind for everyone these days, and with one troubling headline after another, you may be concerned about the security of your information online.Rest assured: your Google data is secured by the best protections on the planet, and we’ll never stop improving them to ensure your information remains safe.Today, we're announcing two new protections to help you stay safer online—an upgrade to our Security Checkup and new phishing protections in Chrome.Personalized advice from your new Security CheckupWe’re rolling out a revamped Security Checkup, which now provides personalized guidance to help you improve the security of your account. Instead of the same, passive checklist for everyoneread more »

New security protections, tailored to you

16 Oct 16:00 | Media

Editor’s Note: October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month, and we're celebrating with a series of security announcements this week.Security is top of mind for everyone these days, and with one troubling headline after another, you may be concerned about the security of your information online.Rest assured: your Google data is secured by the best protections on the planet, and we’ll never stop improving them to ensure your information remains safe.Today, we're announcing two new protections to help you stay safer online—an upgrade to our Security Checkup and new phishing protections in Chrome.Personalized advice from your new Security CheckupWe’re rolling out a revamped Security Checkup, which now provides personalized guidance to help you improve the security of your account. Instead of the same, passive checklist for everyoneread more »

New security protections, tailored to you

16 Oct 16:00 | Media

Editor’s Note: October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month, and we're celebrating with a series of security announcements this week. This is our first post; see the second one here.Security is top of mind for everyone these days, and with one troubling headline after another, you may be concerned about the security of your information online.Rest assured: your Google data is secured by the best protections on the planet, and we’ll never stop improving them to ensure your information remains safe.Today, we're announcing two new protections to help you stay safer online—an upgrade to our Security Checkup and new phishing protections in Chrome.Personalized advice from your new Security CheckupWe’re rolling out a revamped Secread more »

It’s the truth: Social video helps prevent smoking

16 Oct 15:54 | Media

It’s widely accepted that our attention span is shrinking—rapidly. The pressure is on for social media video clips to grab the viewers’ attention in the first few seconds, so they won’t scroll on by. News organizations, as well as countless other […]read more »

Serve three distinct audiences with one good news release

16 Oct 15:44 | Media

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Meow it’s even easier to find your furry friends in Google Photos

16 Oct 13:00 | Media

If you have a bunch of photos of your furry friends, you now have the oppawtunity to see them all in one place in Google Photos.When you want to look back on old photos of Oliver as a puppy or Mr. Whiskers as a kitten, you no longer need to type “dog” or “cat” into search in Google Photos. Rolling out in most countries today, you’ll be able to see photos of the cats and dogs now grouped alongside people, and you can label them by name, search to quickly find photos of them, or even better, photos of you and them. This makes it even easier to create albums, movies, or even a photo book of your pet. read more »

Meow it’s even easier to find your furry friends in Google Photos

16 Oct 13:00 | Media

If you have a bunch of photos of your furry friends, you now have the oppawtunity to see them all in one place in Google Photos.When you want to look back on old photos of Oliver as a puppy or Mr. Whiskers as a kitten, you no longer need to type “dog” or “cat” into search in Google Photos. Rolling out in most countries today, you’ll be able to see photos of the cats and dogs now grouped alongside people, and you can label them by name, search to quickly find photos of them, or even better, photos of you and them. This makes it even easier to create albums, movies, or even a photo book of your pet. read more »

A cleaner, safer web with Chrome Cleanup

16 Oct 12:00 | Media

Unwanted software impacts the browsing experience of millions of web users every day. Effects of this harmful software are often quite subtle—search results are modified to redirect users to other pages or additional ads are injected in the pages that users visit. But in some cases, the changes are so severe that they can make the web unusable—people are redirected to unwanted sites full of ads, and it can be next to impossible to navigate away from these pages.Chrome already has tools to help people avoid unwanted software. For example, Safe Browsing prevents many infections from taking place by warning millions of users. But sometimes harmful software slips through.Recently, we rolled out three changes to help Chrome for Windows users recover from unwanted software infections.Hijacked settings detectionExtensions cread more »

Help keep kids safe online with Site Blocking from Google Wifi

16 Oct 11:00 | Media

Being a parent in today’s connected world can be tough. You want to give your kids the ability to learn and explore across the digital universe, but worry they might stumble upon inappropriate content along the way.With Site Blocking—the latest addition to Google Wifi's family controls—we're removing some of the worry. Site Blocking allows you to block access to more than 8 million non-kid-friendly websites on any device in your home—all with a few taps in the Google Wifi app. read more »

Space out with planets in Google Maps

16 Oct 09:00 | Media

Twenty years ago, the spacecraft Cassini launched from Cape Canaveral on a journey to uncover the secrets of Saturn and its many moons. During its mission, Cassini recorded and sent nearly half a million pictures back to Earth, allowing scientists to reconstruct these distant worlds in unprecedented detail. Now you can visit these places—along with many other planets and moons—in Google Maps right from your computer. For extra fun, try zooming out from the Earth until you're in space! read more »

Fight global hunger with your favorite apps and games on Google Play

16 Oct 09:00 | Media

We grow enough food to feed everyone on the planet. Yet 815 million people–one in nine—still go to bed on an empty stomach every day.On October 16, people from around the world come together for World Food Day, with the goal to promote awareness and action for those who suffer from hunger and to advocate for food security and nutritious diets for all.To raise funds and awareness for this cause, Google Play has joined forces with 12 popular apps and games to create the Apps and Games Against Hunger collection available in North and Latin America.From now until October 21, 100 percent of revenue from designated in-app purchases made in Google Play’s Apps and Games Against Hunger collection will be donated to World Food Program USA.Wread more »

Healthy eating, with sustainability in mind

16 Oct 09:00 | Media

Today, the United Nations, Google and many others celebrate World Food Day, which promotes worldwide action on food security and ensuring nutritious diets for those who suffer from hunger. At Google, food is central to our culture and something we think about every day. Feeding more than 70,000 people around the world breakfast, lunch and dinner is a pretty big undertaking, and we strive to make healthy eating an easy choice for our employees and do so in the most sustainable way possible.One of our priorities is to minimize the environmental impact from the production of the food in our cafes. This is particularly important given that agricultural activities in the U.S. are estimated to generate read more »

Towards a future of work that works for everyone

16 Oct 05:00 | Media

The future of work concerns us all. Our grandchildren will have jobs that don’t yet exist, and will live lives we cannot imagine. In Europe, getting the future of work right for individuals, societies and industries means having an open debate about the possibilities right now. We want to be a part of that discussion, and help contribute to a future of work that works for everyone. So last week in Stockholm and The Hague we brought together a range of leading international experts from academia, trade unions, public sector and businesses to discuss the impact of technology on jobs. We also asked McKinsey for a report on the impact of automation on work, jobs and skills. As advances in machine learning and robotics make headlines, there’s a heated debate about whether innovation is a magic fix for an aging workforce, or a fast track to mass unemployment. Data can illuminate that debate, and McKinsey focused read more »

Why 2017 Is the Year of Bots [Video]

15 Oct 23:39 | Media

This post was originally published on this site Last week, while I was using a website’s chat feature to get some much-needed customer service, I realized something shocking: I couldn’t tell if I was chatting with a human or a […]read more »

Supporting those affected by the California fires

13 Oct 21:00 | Media

Fueled by high winds, fast-moving wildfires in the California wine country and the Anaheim Hills have spread quickly—killing dozens, damaging tens of thousands of acres, destroying infrastructure, forcing evacuations, and leaving hundreds of people unaccounted for. Like many people in the Bay Area, my first news of the North Bay fires was the smell of smoke Monday morning. My thoughts immediately turned to my family and childhood home in Santa Rosa. My family was safe, but I raced up to Petaluma to see how I could help. In addition to needed resources on the ground, I saw how centralized information can be crucial to help people find shelter and other resources. SOS Alerts and Fire InformationOn Monday, the Crisis Response team launched an SOS Alert—a read more »

#teampixel heads to the Big Easy with Pixel 2

13 Oct 17:15 | Media

With Google Pixel 2 hitting the streets soon, we’re excited to see what new photography fills the #teampixel feeds in the coming weeks. In the meantime, we visited New Orleans, LA, with Timothy McGurr who captured some of the city’s unique quirks and characters for a recent shoot, Pixel 2 in tow. Check out his lovely photos—all of which are in their natural state with absolutely no retouching, no attachments and no other equipment. Because let’s face it...New Orleans is best experienced unfiltered.    read more »

How Android helped Dalmia Bharat go digital and grow their business

13 Oct 12:00 | Media

Editor's note: Today’s post comes from Sunil Tewari, Head of Technology and Business Services for Dalmia Bharat Group, one of India’s largest cement manufacturers. Read how Dalmia Bharat Group uses Android to increase sales, optimize cement delivery, and better connect their workforce.Dalmia Cement is a leader in the Indian cement industry, producing over 9 million tons of cement for its customers every year. Founded as a division of the Dalmia Bharat Group in 1939, we’ve consistently innovated our manufacturing and production processes, pioneering specialty cements used for oil wells, railway sleepers, and air strips.We’re quick to embrace solutions that make our business more efficient and responsive for our customers. So when it came to mobility, we turned to another powerhouse of innovation—Android. Our analog record-keeping system wasn’t keepread more »

Ok Google, let’s get spooky

13 Oct 12:00 | Media

It’s Friday the 13th and just a couple weeks ‘til Halloween. Whether you’d prefer to hand out candy, dress like a pirate or scare yourself silly, your Google Assistant can help you get in the spooky spirit: 🤖 "Ok Google, what should I be for Halloween?"🎃 “Ok Google, get read more »

How an X program manager writes her own history and preserves her Ecuadorian legacy

13 Oct 12:00 | Media

In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, we’re celebrating the fascinating stories and important contributions of our Hispanic Googlers—their histories, their families, and what keeps them busy inside and outside of work. Today we hear from Gladys Karina Jimenez Opper, an audacious moonshot catalyst and collector of world experiences, whose curiosity rivals Nancy Drew’s.   read more »

How an X program manager writes her own history and preserves her Ecuadorian legacy

13 Oct 12:00 | Media

In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, we’re celebrating the fascinating stories and important contributions of our Hispanic Googlers—their histories, their families, and what keeps them busy inside and outside of work. Today we hear from Gladys Karina Jimenez Opper, an audacious moonshot catalyst and collector of world experiences, whose curiosity rivals Nancy Drew’s.   read more »

The High Five: top search trends this week

13 Oct 06:02 | Media

Here are a few of the week’s most searched trends, with data from the Google News Lab.  California wildfires On Sunday night, devastating wildfires began in Sonoma and other parts of California, causing tens of thousands of people to evacuate and killing at least 30. While emergency responders are still working to contain the fires, people searched for more information: “Where are the California wildfires?” “When did the California wildfires start?” and “What areas of California are affected by the wildfires?” Top searches related specifically to wildfire were “How to stop wildfires, “How to help California wildfire victims,” and “How to deal with wildfire smoke.” Searches in California for “air quality” increased 2,200 percent percent this week. Harvey Weinstein “Who is Harvey Weinstein?” was a top searched question this week, after an overwhelread more »

The High Five: top search trends this week

13 Oct 06:02 | Media

Here are a few of the week’s most searched trends, with data from the Google News Lab.  California wildfires On Sunday night, devastating wildfires began in Sonoma and other parts of California, causing tens of thousands of people to evacuate and killing at least 30. While emergency responders are still working to contain the fires, people searched for more information: “Where are the California wildfires?” “When did the California wildfires start?” and “What areas of California are affected by the wildfires?” Top searches related specifically to wildfire were “How to stop wildfires, “How to help California wildfire victims,” and “How to deal with wildfire smoke.” Searches in California for “air quality” increased 2,200 percent this week. Harvey Weinstein “Who is Harvey Weinstein?” was a top searched question this week, after an overwhelming numread more »

These two studies found that correcting misperceptions works. But it’s not magic

12 Oct 23:40 | Media

This post was originally published on this siteAccording to two recent studies, giving people corrective information about economic and political issues helps change their inaccurate views — in spite of partisan beliefs. This research joins other recent publications to find […]read more »

AdWords rolls out new interface to all advertisers

12 Oct 23:40 | Media

This post was originally published on this siteGoogle has announced that the new AdWords interface is now available to all advertisers. The new “experience” was unveiled last year, followed by a rollout over several months, from August of last year […]read more »

The problem with ONA

12 Oct 23:40 | Media

This post was originally published on this siteImage via Pixabay About 3,000 journalists gathered in Washington, DC this weekend to contemplate the future of journalism. A $989 ticket for non-members of the Online News Association, or $659 for members, bought […]read more »

4As, ANA & IAB push self-regulatory digital ads standards program

12 Oct 23:39 | Media

This post was originally published on this siteThree of the big industry trade groups representing the digital advertising ecosystem are hoping to gain support for a “self-regulatory” program for the digital advertising industry to protect itself from the rise of […]read more »

8 swift steps G Suite admins can take to secure business data

12 Oct 13:00 | Media

Security doesn’t have to be complicated. With G Suite, admins can manage and help protect their users with minimal effort because we've designed our tools to be intuitive—like Vault, which helps with eDiscovery and audit needs, and data loss prevention, which helps ensure that your “‘aha”’ moments stay yours. Here are some key security controls that you can deploy with just a few clicks to get more fine-grained control of your organization's security.1. Enable Hangouts out-of-domain warningsIf your business allows employees to chat with external users on Hangouts, turn on a setting that will show warnings to your users if anyone outside of your domain tries to join a Hangout, and split existing group chats so external users can’t see previous internal conversations. This substantially reduces the risk of data leaks or falling prey to social engineering attacks (From the Admin console dashboard, go to Apps > G Suiread more »

8 swift steps G Suite admins can take to secure business data

12 Oct 13:00 | Media

Security doesn’t have to be complicated. With G Suite, admins can manage and help protect their users with minimal effort because we've designed our tools to be intuitive—like Vault, which helps with eDiscovery and audit needs, and data loss prevention, which helps ensure that your “‘aha”’ moments stay yours. Here are some key security controls that you can deploy with just a few clicks to get more fine-grained control of your organization's security.1. Enable Hangouts out-of-domain warningsIf your business allows employees to chat with external users on Hangouts, turn on a setting that will show warnings to your users if anyone outside of your domain tries to join a Hangout, and split existing group chats so external users can’t see previous internal conversations. This substantially reduces the risk of data leaks or falling prey to social engineering attacks (From the Admin console dashboard, go to Apps > G Suiread more »

Google Cloud rolls out data processing terms addressing GDPR changes

12 Oct 12:00 | Media

On May 25, 2018, the most significant piece of European data protection legislation to be introduced in 20 years will come into force when the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) replaces its 1995 Data Protection Directive. We know that preparing for this regulatory change is a priority for the millions of organizations who rely on our cloud services to run their businesses, and it’s equally a priority for us.Yesterday we rolled out the Data Processing Amendment (Version 2.0) for G Suite and the Data Processing and Security Terms (Version 2.0) for Google Cloud Platform (GCP), both of which have been specifically updated to reflect the GDPR. We’re making these terms available well in advance of the entry inread more »

Opportunity for everyone

12 Oct 11:52 | Media

Editor’s note: Today in Pittsburgh, PA, we announced three initiatives that expand on our efforts to create more opportunity for everyone: Grow with Google, a new initiative to help Americans with the skills they need to get a job or grow their business, $1 billion in Google.org grants over five years to nonprofits around the world, and 1 million hours that Googlers can volunteer to nonprofits. This is a modified version of the remarks our CEO Sundar Pichai gave at today’s event. To me Pittsburgh is a special place. It was the first city I saw in America when I came here 24 years ago. It was the first time I left India. In fact, it was the first time I’d been inside a plane. My aunt and uncle have lived here for over 30 years and were kind enough to let me stay with thread more »

Opportunity for everyone

12 Oct 11:52 | Media

Editor’s note: Today in Pittsburgh, PA, we announced three initiatives that expand on our efforts to create more opportunity for everyone: Grow with Google, a new initiative to help Americans with the skills they need to get a job or grow their business, $1 billion in Google.org grants over five years to nonprofits around the world, and 1 million hours that Googlers can volunteer to nonprofits. This is a modified version of the remarks our CEO Sundar Pichai gave at today’s event. To me Pittsburgh is a special place. It was the first city I saw in America when I came here 24 years ago. It was the first time I left India. In fact, it was the first time I’d been inside a plane. My aunt and uncle have lived here for over 30 years and were kind enough to let me stay with thread more »

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