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Digital skills for Indonesia’s internet economy

Since joining Google just over a year ago, I’ve heard so many inspirational stories about the ways Indonesians are using the internet to improve...

Tools to help healthcare providers deliver better care

There has been a lot of interest around our collaboration with Ascension. As a physician, I understand. Health is incredibly personal, and your health...

Hey Google, play me the news

Podcasting and digital audio are booming, but in many ways the audio web is like the text web of the 1990s. When newspapers first...

AI is bringing back balance to Japanese workers

The “Japanese economic miracle” is a term used to describe the fast-paced growth that Japan saw in the second half of the 20th century....

Stadia launches today

There is a moment in every gamer’s life when they experience something unforgettable.  Whether it’s the time they first beat the final boss in...

A new home for Japan’s startups

Japan has always been a nation of forward thinkers. From the bullet train and the walkman to the lithium ion battery, Japanese ideas have...

Stadia launches with 22 titles on day one

Alongside our publisher and developer partners, we’ve been getting ready for Stadia, and are adding more titles to our day one launch line-up. Gamers...

Finalists from our Design Challenge are Changing the Game

Research shows that while half of all mobile game players are women, only 23 percent of them think there’s equal treatment and opportunity in...

Why newsrooms should pay attention to AI

Artificial intelligence is helping transform many businesses, and journalism is no exception. Newsrooms are already using AI to help organize and find videos and...

Discover new places with help from top Local Guides

Every month, more than a billion people use Google Maps, and they’re not just looking for directions. Worldwide, people are searching for things to...

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A Hong Kong protester on why he won’t surrender to police

Pale and thin, a teenager wandered the nearly deserted campus of Hong Kong Polytechnic University at about 1 a.m. Wednesday. Only a handful...