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What’s new in Scratch 3.0, a programming language designed for kidsWhat’s new in Scratch 3.0, a programming language designed for kids

In 2013, the MIT Media Lab started creating a new version of Scratch, a graphical, block-based programming language used by tens of millions of kids to create and share interactive stories, games and animations. We partnered with the Media Lab on this new version of the language—Scratch 3.0—and the Google Blockly team developed the programming…

How an IT support certificate transforms careersHow an IT support certificate transforms careers

Yvonne, from Vallejo, CA, has never been one to shy away from a challenge. She’s been through 23 surgeries and a permanent tracheostomy, home-schooled two sons with learning disabilities, and put five children through college. But after her kids all graduated, she faced another challenge: what to do next.  She had always valued the importance…

We’d have more quantum computers if it weren’t so hard to find the damn cables

Blake Johnson spends a lot of time thinking about things like superconducting cables and supercooled refrigerators. As the vice president of quantum engineering at Rigetti Computing, a startup that makes quantum computers, Johnson is responsible for finding and acquiring the components needed to put the machines together. Recommended for You It’s challenging, because what was once an…

Cloud Covered: 6 things you might have missed from Google Cloud last yearCloud Covered: 6 things you might have missed from Google Cloud last year

What was new with Google Cloud in 2018? Well, it depends on what particular cloud technology you’re interested in. There was plenty of news on the AI and machine learning front, along with developments on a variety of enterprise cloud components. The open cloud community continued to be a thriving place to collaborate, and Google…

Helping teens root out misinformation and get media savvyHelping teens root out misinformation and get media savvy

Editor’s Note: Katy Byron is the Editor and Program Manager of MediaWise at The Poynter Institute for Media Studies. MediaWise is part of the Google News Initiative and is a Google.org funded partnership between The Poynter Institute, the Stanford History Education Group (SHEG), the Local Media Association (LMA) and the National Association for Media Literacy Education…

Google AI Impact Challenge: a week to apply, plus research on why you shouldGoogle AI Impact Challenge: a week to apply, plus research on why you should

In my twelve years at Google, I’ve seen that big things happen when you don’t shy away from big ideas—especially when you pair those ideas with emerging technology. We’re trying to encourage more of that kind of thinking with the Google AI Impact Challenge, a call for organizations to use AI to help address social,…

Why we’re putting 1.6 million solar panels in Tennessee and AlabamaWhy we’re putting 1.6 million solar panels in Tennessee and Alabama

Located in Hollywood, Alabama and Yum Yum, Tennessee, the two biggest solar farms will be able to produce around 150 megawatts each. These solar sites will be among the largest renewable energy projects in the Tennessee Valley region, and the largest solar farms ever to be built for Google. Thanks to the abundant solar power…

Android Enterprise Recommended validates top management solutionsAndroid Enterprise Recommended validates top management solutions

Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) providers play a vital role in enabling and managing the business features and services in Android — helping customers deploy devices and applications consistently at scale. Today, we’re launching the Android Enterprise Recommended program for Enterprise Mobility Management to help customers find the best equipped EMMs to successfully deploy Android. Since we’ve…

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