July 20th | Homeless in Seattle

As part of its Project Homeless series the Seattle Times has mapped out the results of the 2018 Point in Time count of homelessness in King County. The map shows […]

July 20th | Building the cloud together: Diversity and inclusion at Next ‘18

Building a cloud for everyone takes inspiration and ideas from all corners of our community. This year at Next ‘18 in San Francisco, we’re celebrating our diverse community of builders […]

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The Map of Languages

The Europa Polyglotta is an eighteenth century map of the world’s languages and alphabets. The map was published in 1741 as part of Gottfried Hensel’s early work on comparative linguistics, […]

Mapping the History of Liverpool

Historic Liverpool allows you to explore and learn more about the history of Liverpool through historic vintage maps of the city and an interactive map highlighting the city’s most historic […]

12 must-see G Suite sessions at Google Cloud Next ‘18

Next week, IT and business leaders from across the globe will gather alongside Google experts in San Francisco to see what’s new in cloud at our annual conference, Google Cloud […]

Managing and securing cloud workers with new updates to Chrome Enterprise

The new era of the cloud worker is here, bringing with it the inevitable shift to cloud-based technologies that facilitate the flexible and collaborative ways we now work. For IT […]

Making healthcare better for everyone—including providers

In healthcare circles, there’s been a lot of talk over the years about the Institute for Healthcare Improvement’s Triple Aim, a framework with three broad goals: improving the patient experience […]

Move Mirror: You move and 80,000 images move with you

There are a lot of impressive uses for machine learning these days, like detecting objects in images, helping to detect diseases, and even enabling cars to drive themselves. But AI can […]

Make paying the easiest part of your summer trip

Stressful moments on vacation are inevitable—but paying doesn’t have to be one of them. Google Pay makes checkout easier and more secure whether you’re in the planning phase or returning […]

Mapping America’s Education Deserts

11.2 million Americans live in education deserts – in areas which are more than 60 minutes from the nearest public college. For many students (for example older students, students with […]