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Jun 29, 2019
Google's new 'Equiano' subsea international cable will connect Africa with EuropeSubsea cables form the backbone of the internet by carrying 99 percent of the world's data traffic
Jun 03, 2019
Google Cloud service outage which stopped YouTube, Gmail, Snapchat is now resolvedApart from just Google services, Snapchat, Discord, Nest and more products were also affected.
Apr 11, 2019
Google unveils new enterprise AI tools to scan documents, take phone calls and moreGoogle is releasing a product which classifies, extracts and also structures data automatically.
Apr 02, 2019
Growing adoption of big Data, analytics and artificial intelligence to push India's cloud market to $7 bn by 2022: NasscomThe report titled 'Cloud – Next Wave of Growth in India', said cloud spending in 2018 was estimated to be about six percent of the total IT spending
Mar 21, 2019
Google Stadia game creators can use competing cloud providers to host their gamesHosting the data elsewhere, however, could lead to slower loading times or less crisp streaming quality
Dec 14, 2018
Google Cloud refrains from selling its facial recognition technology as of nowGoogle to primarily work "through important technology and policy questions".
Dec 11, 2018
Google Cloud expands partnership with cybersecurity company Palo Alto NetworksPalo Alto Networks will also run their "GlobalProtect" service on Google Cloud Platform.
Nov 29, 2018
Amazon launches its own machine learning chip to challenge Intel and NvidiaAmazon's chip is not a direct threat to Intel, Nvidia’s business because it won't be selling the chips.
Nov 13, 2018
Google services were down due to reportedly misdirected traffic to China, RussiaGoogle has confirmed the root cause behind the services being down was 'external'.
Sep 21, 2018
Google is still allowing third-party apps to access data from Gmail accountsThis is despite assuring users to be "confident that Google will keep privacy, security paramount."