Posts tagged with: Sundar Pichai
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    Google knows that machine learning and artificial intelligence needs to be more human. After all, 20 percent of the search engine's queries come from users talking to Google Now. So, why not debut something that not only knows how conversations work, but to deliver results based on that conversation? Well, Google chief Sundar Pichai gave an answer to lead off the Google I/O keynote and that's Google Assistant, a voice service to rival against Amazon's existing open-source Alexa service. It builds off of the search engine's Google Now interactions that takes advantage of its trained machine ...

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    Technology is such an integral part of everyone’s life nowadays that many people believe it’s the CEOs of companies like Apple, Google or Facebook who run the world as opposed to major political leaders. According to Time magazine however, there’s plenty of room on a roster of the 100 most influential individuals around the globe for nation presidents, businessmen, actors, musicians, athletes, doctors, scientists, and even fashion icons. As always, the Time 100 list is as diverse as it is bizarre and controversial this year, including names like Caitlyn Jenner, Pope Francis, Angela ...

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    The tech hivemind works in mysterious ways. On providing free internet, it's confused. On invalid patents, it's against Apple. But most everyone agrees that impenetrable encryption, where offered, should be kept impenetrable. Apple CEO Tim Cook has stood the company's ground on this matter, pitting it against the FBI and the court in investigating the shooting in San Bernardino. Google CEO Sundar Pichai has just voiced his support with Tim Cook in a series of tweets. 1/5 Important post by @tim_cook. Forcing companies to enable hacking could compromise users’ privacy — sundarpichai ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about Pebble's launch of its App Store for its smartwatch line-up. We then talk about the HTC M8, and more confirmation that that phone is losing its hardware buttons. Sony is next as we get some leaks of an Xperia smartphone with very little bezels. Sundar Pichai takes the stage next as reports have him as a strong candidate for CEO at Microsoft. We end today's show talking about the predictions for hardware specifications for the Galaxy S 5 and iPhone 6. All this and more after the break. Stories: - Pebble app store launches for iOS; Android ...

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    Everyone, the time has come. Those of you that were disappointed at Google not announcing a new version of Android, or their update to the Nexus 7 at Google I/O a couple of months ago, may find the solution to your worries tomorrow. After Apple announced iOS 7 at WWDC, it’s clear that there are a lot of things at stake that the dudes at Mountain View need to address with this event, and we do expect to be impressed. Google’s Breakfast with Sundar Pichai happens tomorrow, July 24th at Noon EST, 9:00AM Pacific and we’d love for you to join us in our usual Round Table as we discuss ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the announcement of the Motorola Droid Ultra line-up for Verizon, and what this means for competing devices. Nokia follows the lead as they've also launched their "big new thing" with the Lumia 625, even though the specs are anything but big. HTC is next as we've got some more rumors on the carriers that will receive the codename Zara and T6 (One Max). LG takes the spotlight next with some new trademarks that include a smart watch and a tablet. We end today's show talking about Google's event tomorrow and how we plan to give you the best live ...

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    Google I/O is a developer's conference; Yes, we know that. Still, Google has used its press event to showcase some of their hottest Nexus products for the last couple of years. The logical thing to do is to expect more hardware releases to happen this year, but let's not forget there's a new boss in-charge of Android this year. As we all know Sundar Pichai is Andy Rubin's replacement in leading Android, and according to some recent interviews he's had with Wired, Google I/O will be a different ball game this year. Instead of focusing on getting us new hardware to play with, the developer's ...

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