While Amazon Web Services reported another record quarter with $4,53B in October 2017, and Microsoft reporting 93% growth of their cloud business, Google is the third major player in the market for cloud services. At the same time, Google is not (yet) explicitly reporting numbers on their cloud offering. However, “all other” businesses, including Play […]
Peter Bourgon has some experience with go, and he shares this on his website. Go is a language developed at Google 2007 and released to the public in 2009. In first place, this is fairly unrelated, but we’re currently evaluating go as a language for an IoT project, which makes it fit the topic of this […]
Googles approach to the smart home gateway on their OnHub Router. This router wants to be more than a router—but Echo is still more robust for talking to your home. http://fortune.com/2016/05/01/googles-onhub-smarthome/
Remember the Revolv home automation hub? Probably not. The device was released in late 2013, and while fantastic, it largely flew under the radar before Google’s Nest division bought the company,… Well, neither do I remember the Revolv devices, and they’re apparently out of sale since they were acquired by Nest/Google. Now that their cloud […]
After Amazon Web Services launched their Lambda offering in 2014, they apparently had some success. Just a few weeks after Google announced their serverless offering, today Microsoft also announced they’d be offering a technology to execute code event-driven, on demand. Microsoft announced it was previewing a new service today at its annual Build Developer conference that […]
Google reported profit and sales that topped estimates, lifted by robust sales of online ads and tighter cost controls, putting parent Alphabet Inc. on track to overtake Apple Inc. as the world’s most valuable company. via: Alphabet Passes Apple as World’s Most Valuable Company With Google’s Help
Google’s “Project Zero” took a look at Kaspersky’s products. The result is unpleasant, if not to say devastating. The closing statement is a constructive mention towards Antivirus products. In future, we would like to see antivirus unpackers, emulators and parsers sandboxed, not run with SYSTEM privileges.
Google’s approach to the market for the Internet of things will be called “Brillo”, says Fortune.
Meanwhile on Google Maps, the Android expresses himself. The coordinates are somewhere in Pakistan. There’s something weird going on over on Google Maps today. A user on Hacker News spotted what appears to be the Android logo peeing on Apple in satellite view. At these… Source: There’s An Android Peeing On Apple On Google Maps (I […]
Google and Google Developer Groups arrange the Women Techmakers Munich Conference. The event takes place 28th of March 2015 in the HVB Forum in Munich. Details and background on Women Techmakers. Registration via Eventbrite.