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AlphaGo is first computer program to ever beats professional player at Go..!!
Google DeepMind
The second match of the Google DeepMind challenge match starts later today in Seoul, South Korea at 13:00 KST; 04:00 GMT-1 day (8th March) 20:00 PT, 23:00 ET. Ready for live.
After shocking the world by defeating Lee Se-Dol—one of the greatest modern players of the ancient board game—in their opening match on Wednesday, the AlphaGo computer proved it was no fluke with another victory after a gruelling four-and-a-half-hour encounter.

(Want to PLAY GO) Match Details
In October 2015, our program AlphaGo won 5-0 in a formal match against the reigning 3-times European Champion, Fan Hui, to become the first program to ever beat a professional Go player in an even game.


Google's Project Fi Cell Phone Service Is Now Available in U.S
Google Project Fi- Cell Phone Service

"A new way to say hello"
Project Fi is a program to deliver a fast, easy wireless experience in close partnership with leading carriers, hardware makers, and our users.
Google starts to spread itself everywhere. Google moves into Phone's Carrier Services via its project "Fi"

Google Cell Phone services available for U.S users with  Nexus 6P, 5X, or 6 and they can Sign Up today for Google Fi with their GMail ID for a plan today.



Get up to $150 off the Nexus 5X when you buy from Google and activate with Project Fi


AR Component to physical book

The mind at its laziest sees the old—books in print—and the new—the digital universe—as opposites, in an either-or historic transition from one to the other. Goodbye, brick and mortar book shops, hello, Kindle. Reading words on paper with binding, so yesterday. Reading the same words off a screen, so now.

One distributed industry reaction is that everybody advantages if there is a converging of computerized and print for learning and also amusement.

Distributed Perspectives, an exchange diary for the book distributed industry, reported that specialist Bruce Harris voiced energy for the part of enlarged reality (AR) in distributed, saying there was potential in "a genuine amalgamation of computerized and print."

Google changes it search algorithms over 600 times every year.

Today, blue links to websites are giving way to the Knowledge Graph (their very own colossal vault of information). It’s a much more complex territory. Google no longer thinks of itself as the middleman. Google wants to be “the answer.”

Just write "whether in your location" and see the graph what Google provide.

Google whether search
This is Google’s reaction to our ever-decreasing attention spans and growing expectancy of everything ‘instantaneous.’ Google measures success by how quickly they get the user from question to answer.
Government of India ask Google to select a telecom partner for Project Loon India.


Project Loon India
image: indianexpress.com
An official source said:
Google wants to test the Loon Project in expensive and scarce spectrum bands. It has been asked to partner with any telecom operator that can meet its requirement and then approach the government for testing Loon.
The official said that if Google wishes to conduct a test with BSNL, it can carry out the experiment in the spectrum held by the state-owned company.
 “This approach should resolve the spectrum band sought by Google as well as security, to some extent,”the official added.
How to create documents online by speaking with computer?

Google Docs is a of the most popular and powerful online tool for office work. With Google Docs you can easily read, write, edit and collaborate anywhere online. 


google voice typing

This feature of Google Docs work only on Google Chrome Desktop Version. Now, feel free to speak with your computer and give rest to your finger.


Google's quest to have as many people as possible on Gmail has reached it's final logical step: you no longer need to change your email address to use the service.

In a new program, known as 'Gmailify', Google is offering users of other email platforms "the best of Gmail, without an @gmail address".

Although it has been possible for many years to use Gmail with custom domains, and to send and receive email from other providers through Google's site, Gmailify brings the more powerful features of the system including spam protection to those with Outlook, Hotmail or Yahoo addresses.



Google is attempting to bring blanket Wi-Fi coverage to big cities with the launch of Sidewalk Labs.
The tech giant’s new startup company is dedicated to improving life for city dwellers through technological innovations.
Sidewalk Labs’ first innovation is called ‘Intersection’ - formed from two existing companies - Control Group and Titan - which involves a plan to convert the city’s old phone booths into free public Wi-Fi hubs.
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