When Google acquired Waze back in 2013, a lot of users thought it meant lights out for the Israel-based mapping service.
This week-end we share 5 new tech reading tips all available for free download. We’re sure you’ll find these useful in your work.
There are some startling similarities between the US and China: a rising middle class is looking for the same lifestyle as their western counterparts, and that means demand for some of the same goods.
Take an outside-in tour of VR, Google Cardboard, and its Android SDK to see how they all fit together.
This from Google today… “Today we’re introducing an easy way to measure your site’s performance across devices—from mobile to desktop—and give you a list of specific fixes that can help your business connect more quickly with people online.”
There’s plenty of events and event related activity going on in the tech and geotech scene this month, I’m off to GeoInt myself this week as are many of you I’m sure.
TECTONIC IS PROVIDING SERVICE FOR GOOGLE CLOUD DATAPROC – Based on Open Source Big Data Software Services Hadoop and Spark, Cloud Dataproc Will Be Added to Tectonic’s Service Offerings
Companies whose businesses make their homes online want everyone in the world to have access to the internet. That’s how they make money. In some ways, everyone stands to benefit from this ambition, perhaps most of all GIS and mapping specialists. Because in order to achieve this goal of world wide web colonization, these companies […]
Lenovo is developing the first OEM Project Tango-enabled smartphone in collaboration with Google
Inuitive, a developer of cutting edge 3D computer vision and image processing devices, today announced a reference design dedicated for Google’s Project Tango.