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All YouTube videos now support VR, Google open sourced its AI Engine, Google for Entrepreneurs Tech Hub in Stockholm and much more!
This is part 13 in the Latest from Google series.
All YouTube videos now support VR!
YouTube presses play on virtual reality and now all videos support VR! If you have a Google Cardboard, for instance, you can dive right in!
Here’s a recommended playlist with VR videos to start out with!
Google open sourced its AI Engine
Happy to announce that Google Just Open Sourced TensorFlow, Its Artificial Intelligence Engine. It’s a highly scalable machine learning system used in speech recognition, smart Inbox replies, Google Photos and many other places.
More information on TensorFlow is available in the TensorFlow: smarter machine learning, for everyone post and in the video below:
The Current State of VR presentation
Video included below, and you can follow along in the slides.
Google for Entrepreneurs launches Tech Hub in Stockholm
Google for Entrepreneurs, in collaboration with Epicenter, launches a Tech Hub in Stockholm. The idea is to help and strengthen the local ecosystem around innovation and entrepreneurship, and offering local seminars, meetups, discussions and more.
— Google4Entrepreneurs (@GoogleForEntrep) November 5, 2015
TAG Heuer announced AndroidWear watch
TAG Heuer Connected was announced yesterday, a watch with a titanium case and straps in seven colors, together with a hi-res sapphire glass display.
Comparing Nexus phone sizes
A small practical tip: usually when new phones come out, it’s hard to estiamte the size, especially in comparison to other phones. Therefore I’d recommend phoneArena for seeing different devic e sizes next to each other.
In this comparison, Google Nexus 5 vs Google Nexus 5X vs Google Nexus 6P.