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Volvo reveals new Android-powered infotainment system
Volvo is the first company to team up with Google on integrating an infotainment system powered by Android, with the Google Assistant, Google Maps and the Google Play Store built-in.
Google's Federated Learning tech gets privacy enhancements
We look at the new differential privacy library that Google has open-sourced
VR boom shows no sign of slowing
The virtual reality market will exhibit a 42.2% CAGR, as big brands move to offer an advanced user experience says Fortune Business Insights.
Google rolls out new Anthos capabilities for cloud
Anthos now features Service Mesh that connects, manages, and secures microservices; as well as Cloud Run for Anthos, which enables organisations to run stateless workloads on a fully-managed Anthos environment.
Google report unlocks AI's power for social good
"As more social sector organisations recognise AI’s potential, we all have a role to play in supporting their work for a better world."
Spark launches version 2.0 of Maori language app
“The enhancements mean more teachers will be able to use Kupu as an educational tool and readily incorporate Te Reo Maori learning into their lessons with the use of smart technology something we know our tamariki have embraced.”
Google Cloud gains OSPAR attestation for 75 cloud products
"It provides a much-needed boost to competition in Singapore’s public cloud market, giving FIs a greater range of choices in technology mix and cloud providers than ever before.”
Android 10 is coming: Here's what's new
Android 10 is rolling out on Google Pixel phones this week, with a wider rollout expected to follow suit for other manufacturers and devices in the near future.
Wipro and Google Cloud expand partnership to drive cloud adoption
Wipro’s industry-focused solutions, with Google Cloud technologies embedded at their core, will enable enterprises to future-proof their IT investments.
Android’s zero-touch enrollment gains new A/NZ partners
New opportunities for resellers as eligible devices need to be purchased directly from an enterprise reseller or Google partner.
AR 'Live View' navigation is coming to Google Maps
Live View will allow those travelling on foot around cities to navigate streets a little easier with turn-by-turn navigation.
Google & Dell launch Chromebooks for the enterprise
Google is releasing a new series of Chromebooks tailored to the enterprise, thanks to a partnership with Dell.
Google slips further down the ranks in smart speaker market
"For Baidu to replace Google to become the world's second largest smart speaker vendor, is no small feat."
Google's new approach to machine learning without the privacy worries
We look at a fascinating new approach to machine learning that Google is taking.
Five ways to use Google Earth to explore the world
Google Earth has a few new nifty features to take users on an exploration of culture, language, nature, weather, and remote locations.
AMD launches new generation of EPYC processors for data centers
Twitter and Google both announced that they are deploying the AMD processors in their own systems.
Edge cloud platform provider Fastly expands in Australia
With points-of-presence on both Australian coasts, Fastly’s edge cloud platform gears up to better serve content on a global scale.
IBM, VMware, F5 lead GlobalData's hybrid cloud theme
All three companies gained 5 out of 5 for the hybrid cloud theme in GlobalData’s Thematic Scorecard for the cloud services sector.
Top four consolidate leadership in cloud services market
AWS, Microsoft, Google and Alibaba continue their dominance in worldwide cloud infrastructure services market.
Google Cloud drives Alphabet's soaring revenue
"Our ongoing investments in compute capabilities and engineering talent reflect the compelling opportunities we see across the company.”
Gartner outlines top five public cloud IaaS providers worldwide
The total market, which swelled with 31.3% growth in 2018 to a total of $32.4 billion, is displaying strong signs of consolidation as the dominant players swoop in.
Big Tech firms in the spotlight over data privacy
“Once deemed consumer champions, Big Tech now appears to be the new dark side of capitalism, arguably presenting a bigger risk to society than bankers were."
Young Kiwi scientist competes at Google Science Fair
At this time of year there are plenty of foggy patches around the country – but what if it was possible to turn that fog into drinkable water?
Tech Data adds solutions, vendor-focuses to cloud practice builder
Tech Data’s new interactive paths simplify complexity to provide customers with an understanding of where and how they can drive greater cloud growth.