Every person has a different relationship with Google. It touches most of us on a daily basis, and some of the times it might be in ways that we don’t even realize. The search giant has its hands in so many different cookie jars, and now Google cloud services direction Matthias Schwab is explaining why Read The Full Story
Google is wielding a new weapon against Amazon and Microsoft for cloud computing customers: itself.Google is talking more openly about companies that use its cloud business, and revealing more about its computing resources, perhaps the largest on the planet.
Alphabet has been in discussions with potential CEO candidates and is evaluating its options, the person said, but finding a person with the right combination of robotics expertise, business savvy, and bold vision is no easy feat.current and former Googlers, as well as robotics-industry insiders, to provide a window into one of Alphabet's most ambitious and risky bets.
The basic game plan for all cloud-computing vendors is to make these cloudsto both independent software developers and big companies.Hlzlerecently told Business Insider that "if App Engine was its own startup, it would be one of the glowing lights of the Valley," it paled in comparison to the growth of Amazon Web Services from early days.
Google recently released its financial report for the 2nd quarter of the year. Highlights include an 11% revenue growth year over year, $17.7 billion revenue, and cash flow of $7.0 billion during the past quarter. The search giant saw a constant currency revenue growth of 18% year over year, thanks to the strong performance of programmatic advertising and Youtube.
So, as Amazon pushes more heavily into database services, cutting costs along the way, enterprises may be delighted to give its new database a try.Amazon is hosting its annual AWS re:Invent tech conference next week in Las Vegas, where it talks to customers aboutitspopular Amazon Web Services cloud computing service.
If you're like me, you employ multiple Bluetooth devices on a daily basis. From headphones to speakers and household gadgets, the wireless connectivity drives many of our tech habits. Thanks to the Bluetooth SIG , the company that oversees the wireless technology, the connectivity that we use on the regular will be a lot better in 2016.
Steve Jobs once called Apple design chief Jony Ive his " spiritual partner " and the two execs had an incredibly close professional and personal relationship. When Ive remembers his friend and coworker four years after Jobs' death, what stands out is the Apple cofounder's ability to stay completely and utterly focused on whatever he was working on.
An unusual combination of big and small tech companies are working on ways to accelerate the development of cloud computing technologies.On Tuesday, an organization called Docker announced that its commercial software, used to create and maintain other software applications easily for millions of computers and mobile phones, would become generally available.
In an unfortunate turn of events, those who receive affordable Internet access through OmniLynx, a Huntsville, Alabama school system effort to provide low-cost WiFi in partnership Verizon, will have their service cut off on November 30. Why? Despite the program having only operated since this past January, Verizon has cancelled the partnership, citing some violation of the terms of agreement.
We’ve all got them — those acquaintances you know well enough that you shouldn't ignore their birthdays, but that you don't know well enough to make a phone call or send a card. Facebook presents the perfect medium for well wishes in that case, allowing you to peck out a quick happy message and then go on with your day.
There isn’t any word from either Google or FourSquare but some users have reported seeing their Google Now showing place recommendations from the former check-in and now recommendation app. The kicker is that even if you don’t have the FourSquare installed in your smartphone, the tips still show up in the Google Now cards.
One of the great mysteries of the tech industry in recent years has been the seeming disinterest of Google, which is now called Alphabet, in competing with Amazon Web Services for corporate customers.Google, after all, is perhaps the preeminent cloud-computing company. Its data centers and data scientists are considered among the best — if not the best — in the world.
The search giant might finally be ready to once again try its luck in the dragon's territory. Insider sources claim that Google will be launching a version of the Google Play Store customized specifically for China and its censorship requirements.
Google said on Monday that it would start testing a carpooling service in Tel Aviv through Waze, the Israeli social mapping start-up that the company bought in 2013 for $1 billion.As part of the test, drivers will be able to use a smartphone app called RideWith to pick up passengers during rush hours, allowing them to split the cost of their rides to work.
Although Oracle whiffed on its fourth quarter , missing expectations on both revenue and profits in the quarter that is traditionally its strongest, Oracle's management was upbeat, almost deliriously so. "We are delighted with this quarter," one of Oracle's CEOs, Safra Catz said on a quarterly conference call with analysts.
You don’t have to be an automotive expert to know that tech is coming to the automotive market in a huge way. Technology in cars is so pervasive these days that many tech firms like Google, Apple, and Microsoft are fighting to get their foot in the door first.
No contest. Android as a mobile platform is ever-expanding. And what with the introduction of Brillo and the expansion of Android Auto and Android TV , the Android community will continue to get bigger. The demand for Android developers will rapidly increase so more people should take advantage by shifting to this industry and by studying Android app development.