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Behind the scenes: popular times and live busyness information

If you’ve ever been in a rush to grab a quick bite, you may know the pain that comes along with finding out that the…

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Stay informed and get around safely with Google Maps

People turn to Google Maps for accurate, fresh information about what’s going on in the world—especially so during the pandemic. Activities like picking up something…

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Search On 2020

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How AI is powering a more helpful Google

When I first came across the web as a computer scientist in the mid-90s, I was struck by the sheer volume of information online, in…

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Song stuck in your head? Just hum to search

Do you know that song that goes, “da daaaa da da daaaa na naa naa ooohh yeah”? Or the one that starts with the guitar…

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Duplex is getting smarter and making life a little easier

In 2018, we introduced Duplex, our AI technology that uses natural conversation to get things done. Since then, we’ve been exploring how conversational technology can…

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Maxeme Tuchman drew from her “past lives” to create Caribu

One of Maxeme Tuchman’s first sentences was “Daddy, that’s a good worker.” As the child of small business owners, she had spent so much time…

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Building technology with and for people with disabilities

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The latest on Google Hangouts and the upgrade to Google Chat

Over the past few years, we’ve invested in building helpful and secure products you can use to communicate and stay connected with the people in…

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Project Euphonia’s new step: 1,000 hours of speech recordings

Muratcan Cicek, a PhD candidate at UC Santa Cruz, worked as a summer intern on Google’s Project Euphonia, which aims to improve computers’ abilities to…

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9 Chromebook and Google Workspace features to make learning more accessible

Around the world, students with disabilities and diverse learning needs have been learning remotely, and teachers are finding new ways to practice inclusive teaching. In…

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From smart clocks to TVs, new ways to get help from Google

One of the things I love most about Google Assistant is how it can automate mundane tasks like setting up an alarm or playing relaxing…

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An inside look at Hispanic Heritage Month at Google

I‘ve worked at Google for the past eight years, across three countries and two different continents, since leaving my home country, Mexico, 12 years ago….

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Consumers are already holiday shopping online. Are you ready?

According to research we began with Ipsos over the summer, consumer behavior is showing a surprising trend: 1 in 4 US holiday shoppers said they…

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Asia’s women founders look to the future

Helping small businesses, especially other women entrepreneurs, is what drives Sonja Johar, co-founder of the chatbot service Halosis. As she explains, “In Indonesia, there are…

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Bringing new digital skills trainings to HBCUs

Status quo doesn’t survive, especially in education. I’ve seen this firsthand in my role as the President and CEO of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund…

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Introducing the new Google Analytics

Millions of businesses, large and small, rely on Google Analytics to understand customer preferences and create better experiences for them. With more commerce moving online…

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Journalist Studio premieres with two new tools for reporters

From long-term investigative projects that expose wrongdoing to breaking news analysis of important court decisions, quality journalism often relies on giant collections of documents, images…

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Making Chromebooks work for people with disabilities

As a visually impaired woman, I use assistive technology everyday to make my working environment accessible and productive. I feel grateful to work on the…

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Serving Veterans with a new resource hub

As a soldier who had the honor of serving his country, I know that some war wounds are not as visible as others. The mental…

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