Google's Noah Fiedel details new programming model for TensorFlow Serving in a stable 1.0 release. Subject matter addresses common challenges with portability, servablility , and reproducibility improvements.
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. — Authorities say three people were injured after a fire broke out during Google's I/O developer conference in California.
During its Google I/O 2017 conference earlier this year Google announced it was partnering with HTC to create a new stand-alone virtual reality headset which would require no smartphone or PC to function and would provide a completely wireless stand-alone virtual reality experience. The unofficially named HTC Vive Focus was then unveiled in China and
HTC has submitted a new trademark application in both Europe and the US, specifically requesting the use of a new name: Vive Focus. First revealed at Google I/O 2017 developer conference, both HTC and Lenovo announced they were building standalone VR headsets for the Daydream platform. Neither headset revealed its perspective name, only showing concept art
One of the more exciting announcements from Google I/O 2017 was Google Lens, an upcoming feature for Assistant. The general idea is that Assistant would look at your phone's camera feed, and try to pull context information from it. Imagine Google Goggles, but using the company's incredible machine learning prowess.
Is the U.S. a developing market, or has Google expanded its distribution plans for its Android One line? You might recall that when Google initially announced Android One at Google I/O in June 2014, the phones were entry level models designed for smartphone hungry markets where consumers could not afford mid-range or high-end phones. The idea was to widen the reach of Google's open source Android OS. But it would appear that not only is Android One moving to mid-range models, it is moving on up to countries where there are buyer who can afford spending a little more cash on higher-spec'd ...
GDD (Google Developer Days) events don't generate that much hype when compared to the Google I/O keynote, but they usually give us an insight of what to expect from the company in the near future. The latest GDD was held in Krakow, Poland on September 5-6, and although it already ended, the search engine giant did share a lot of content from the exhibition on YouTube.
GDD Europe (Google Developer Days) might have flown under your radar, which is understandable. GDD isn't Google I/O, and it often doesn't get as much attention. But, at the recent event in Kraków, Poland, Google showed off some cool new features for the Google Assistant and Google Lens, and they're worth checking out.
Google has expanded its Daydream Elements program, and has distilled all of its development thus far into a blog post and accompanying video. Daydream Elements, a fundamental set of best practices for Daydream which all come with open-source examples and editor code, was first introduced at this year’s Google I/O. Since then, it has been
Back in September 2014, Sundar Pichai who was back the Google’s Senior Vice President for products came to India and launched the Android One program to great fanfare. Only months before at the Google I/O developer conference he had unveiled the program and showcased a Micromax “turn-key” phone which would be later called the A1. At this event, Google and Pichai’s team religiously talked about the advantages of stock Android and regular updates
We've already covered a lot of ground in our Android Architecture Components series. We started out talking about the idea behind the new architecture and looking at the key components presented at Google I/O. In the second post, we began our deep exploration of the main components of the package, taking a close look at the Lifecycle and LiveModel components. In this post, we'll continue to explore the Architecture Components, this time analyzing the awesome LiveData component.
Last week in San Francisco, Google showed me an app called Oz. Oz is a kind of augmented reality picture book: it places animated characters from The Wizard of Oz into the physical world, as viewed through a smartphone camera. I’d tried it a few months earlier at Google I/O, running on the Tango AR platform, and the content hadn’t changed. But the experience was far more interesting — because for the first time, it could run on a phone that I use every day.