Google is a California-based company that has utilized technology to make a comprehensive search engine and other products and services. Its stated mission is to organize the world‘s information and make it universally accessible and useful.
The search engine uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to produce results after a user has entered a topic, phrase, or question. Users can filter results according to image, maps, news, videos, shopping, scholarly content, and more. The results that the users see are based on PageRank, which establishes an order to the websites relevant to the topic or question entered into the search engine. The order is based off of how many pages and the history of those pages which can be linked back to the original site.
Google launches AI secretary that waits on hold for phone users.
Google launches a few updates to its Contact Center AI product.
Google says it is not in race to acquire China's TikTok.
Google collaborates with BBVA USA to offer digital bank accounts.
Google announces the launch of an updated version of SmartReply built for YouTube to allow creators more easily and quickly interact with their fans in the comments.
Google releases new ad features to help small businesses.
Google Stadia is free for everyone, with two-month trial for Pro Tier.
Google announces that it was extending its employee paid leave policy to 14 weeks from eight weeks for caretakers, including parents looking after children whose schools are closed.
Google launches coronavirus website in the United States
Google acquires Typhoon Studios, a Canadian video game developer.
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Google broadband network in various locations in the united states with 1 gbit/s bandwidth
ML Kit beta brings Google's machine learning expertise to mobile developers in a powerful and easy-to-use package.
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