Google Blog – 6.21.18
One of the most important things we learn as children is how to communicate with each other. We start with “goo goos and gaa gaas,” then on to baby sign language, a few simple words like “momma,” and our conversations get more complex from there.
Read more: Chatting up your Google Assistant just got easier
Google Blog – 6.19.18 (6.18.18)
Introducing Messages for web and other improvements to the Android Messages app.
Read more: Five new features to try in Messages
Google Blog – 6.18.18 (6.15.18)
John has Down syndrome. When he graduated high school, he wanted to go into business with his dad. That’s how John’s Crazy Socks was born.
Read more: A father-son business is creating jobs, and spreading happiness, through socks
Google Blog – 6.14.18
The new Ad Settings makes it easier for you to understand and control how your ads are tailored to you. We’re also expanding Why this ad?
Read more: Greater transparency and control over your Google ad experience
Google Blog – 6.12.18 (6.11.18)
While half of mobile game players are women, they make up only 23 percent of the game industry workforce. Google Play’s Change the Game program is on a mission to close this gap and empower the next generation of game makers. Thousands of these future game makers showcased their creativity and imagination by submitting ideas for Google Play’s first ever Change The Game Design Challenge—a call for teens to design a game they’d like to play—in partnership with Girls Make Games and ESA Foundation.
Read more: Teen girls are Changing the Game with Google Play