Capture more of your favorite moments with Google Clips


Many of our favorite photos are very hard to get: they’re the candid, natural moments that happen in between the posed photos, like the fleeting yet adorable looks our pets or kids give us. Last October we shared that we’ve been working on Google Clips, a lightweight, hands-free camera that uses on-device machine learning to…

New research: How to evolve your security for the cloud


This week, McKinsey released a report titled “Making a secure transition to the public cloud,â€� the result of interviews with IT security experts at nearly 100 enterprises around the world. Leveraging the expertise of Google Cloud and McKinsey security experts, the research presents a strategic framework for IT security in cloud and hybrid environments, and…

Updating our “right to be forgotten� Transparency Report


In May 2014, in a landmark ruling, the European Court of Justice established the “right to be forgotten,â€� or more accurately, the “right to delist,â€� allowing Europeans to ask search engines to delist information about themselves from search results. In deciding what to delist, search engines like Google must consider if the information in question…

Bringing online safety education programs to UK schools


At Google, we believe in technology’s ability to unlock creativity and create opportunity, but it’s our duty to equip our users with the tools and resources to make safe choices online.  Last year, we surveyed more than 200 teachers in the UK to learn about their experience with online safety in the classroom. We found…

Congress should close the loophole allowing warrantless digital car searches


Daniel Castro Contributor Daniel Castro is vice president at the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation and director of ITIF’s Center for Data Innovation. Alan McQuinn Contributor Alan McQuinn is a research assistant at the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, a think tank focused on the intersection of technological innovation and public policy. More posts by…

Google’s Getting Students Into US History With VR â€â€� And Free “Hamilton” Tickets


Tech Google’s Getting Students Into US History With VR — And Free “Hamilton” Tickets The six-week #EduHam course brings American Revolution–themed studies to life as a part of students’ regular history classes. Posted on May 02, 2017, 21:40 GMT Blake Montgomery BuzzFeed News Reporter Reporting FromSan Francisco, California Share On facebook Share On facebook Share…