On March 15, 2005, Google software engineer Chikai Ohazama published Google X on the company's blog. Ohazama wrote: "I hope all of you enjoy it - especially Mac users, who I'm sure will appreciate its lineage."
When Google X was launched, this little poem could be found at the bottom of the page: "Roses are red. Violets are blue. OS X rocks. Homage to you."
Although the project was pulled hours after it was launched, you can still see how it looked.
Google confirms Hangouts will now use peer-to-peer connections to improve call quality and speed - VentureBeat
— Android Police Google confirms Hangouts will now use peer-to-peer connections to improve call quality and speed VentureBeat Google Hangouts has received a small but important backend upgrade: peer-to-peer (p2p) connections. Google confirmed to VentureBeat that the functionality started rolling out to all users this week. Reddit user kxra first spotted the addition in their ... Hangouts Can Now Bypass Google's Servers And Place Calls Using A Direct Peer-To-Peer Connection Android Police Google Hangouts is getting better call quality thanks to p2p networks The Next Web Google Hangouts Switching To Peer-To-Peer Voice Calls Android Headlines - Android News all 15 news articles »
This Tech Could Make Google's Future Gadgets Even Smarter - TIME
— TIME This Tech Could Make Google's Future Gadgets Even Smarter TIME Machine learning startup Movidius said recently that it's working with Google to “accelerate the adoption of deep learning within mobile devices.” Movidius makes a vision processor that attempts to replicate human eyesight, taking into account ... and more »
Forget FANG stocks! It's the year of SNKRS! - CNNMoney
— CNNMoney Forget FANG stocks! It's the year of SNKRS! CNNMoney The fabled FANG stocks of tech -- Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google -- have lost their bite. All four surged in 2015. But none of them are up this year. So is this the end of the big bull run for the FANG foursome? (Yes. Google is now technically ... and more »
OK, Google, Where Did I Put My Thinking Cap? - NPR
— NPR OK, Google , Where Did I Put My Thinking Cap? NPR For those of us who grew up with search engines, especially Google , at our fingertips — looking at all of you millennials and post-millennials — this might seem intuitive. We grew up having our questions instantly answered as long as we had access to ... and more »
Google is exploring wireless charging for self-driving cars - Engadget
— Engadget Google is exploring wireless charging for self-driving cars Engadget Self-driving cars are poised to be an incredible tool of the future, but they won't be much use if they can't hold a charge. It looks like Google wants to solve this problem via resonant magnetic induction, a form of wireless charging that could use ... It looks like Google wants to charge its self-driving cars wirelessly The Verge Google Wants Its Driverless Cars to Be Wireless Too IEEE Spectrum London looks to get in driving seat for Google autonomous car tests The Guardian NBCNews.com - The Next Web - Ubergizmo all 57 news articles »
Google tax deal under fire as it emerges figure included share options scheme - The Guardian
— The Guardian Google tax deal under fire as it emerges figure included share options scheme The Guardian George Osborne's claim that the government secured a major corporation tax deal with Google appear to be unravelling after it emerged that a quarter of the £130m recovered by HM Revenue & Customs related to the US company's share options scheme. There's a simple solution for making big companies like Google pay more than Osborne's mates' rates of tax The Independent Tory MPs vote down plans to publish Google's 'sweetheart' tax deal Mirror.co.uk George Osborne REJECTS blocking the ' Google tax' loophole Daily Mail all 79 news articles »
Donald Trump Is Losing Ground On Google - FiveThirtyEight
— FiveThirtyEight Donald Trump Is Losing Ground On Google FiveThirtyEight Almost ever since Donald Trump announced his bid for the Republican nomination in June, he has dominated online — in news coverage, in Twitter followers and in Google searches, a rough proxy for public interest in each candidate. Other than a brief ... and more »
Cupertino: Monta Vista girl is California finalist in Google Doodle contest - San Jose Mercury News
— WYFF Greenville Cupertino: Monta Vista girl is California finalist in Google Doodle contest San Jose Mercury News Her finalist status was announced as part of a surprise unveiling in the school theater with her parents, fellow students, Google representatives, Rep. Mike Honda, Fremont Union High School District Superintendent Polly Bove and Cupertino Mayor Barry ... Upstate student chosen as SC Doodle 4 Google contest WYFF Greenville Westborough student in running to have design appear as Google logo The Boston Globe There could be a Google Doodle invoking Black Lives Matter, thanks to this student Washington Post Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel - MLive.com - KWQC-TV6 all 88 news articles »
So Long Google Search Appliance - Fortune
— Fortune So Long Google Search Appliance Fortune Google has decided to sunset the hardware-based Google Search Appliance (GSA) and focus their engineering efforts on cloud-based solutions. The GSA will remain supported for the next three years, giving you plenty of time to evaluate the future of your ... and more »
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