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AutoML Vision, AutoML Natural Language, and AutoML Translation are part of a Google effort to help developers more easily integrate AI capabilities in apps.
Universal Acceptance (UA) is the concept of removing all technical barriers that might hinder a user from accessing any name in any top-level domain (TLD) from any web browser, email client or other internet application on a connected device.
TradeIt’s home-developed APIs (application programming interface) for app developers are setting the table for highly secure functionality that covers any type of international trade format.
Java developers can now use Spring to more easily build distributed applications that take advantage of Google's cloud services, company says.
Google’s new Cloud Firestore NoSQL database technology now supports two modes, a native mode and a Datastore mode, the company says.
Seven more applications can now be provisioned automatically, making it easier for IT administrators to add more SaaS apps for users.
The company provides a customer-engagement platform using chatbots that deploys two-way persistent connection via private messaging with AI-backed conversational experiences, or “pypes.”
Disqus adopted Looker in 2015 as its primary BI tool. It immediately became an instrumental tool that allowed the company to operate the business more efficiently.
Claiming a number of exclusive capabilities, and slamming competitor Amazon as more expensive, Oracle founder and CTO Larry Ellison announced that new transaction processing features are now available for the Oracle Autonomous Database Cloud.
The goal of the Shielded VMs technology is to help enterprises protect their workloads from hardware and firmware level cyber-threats, Google executives say.
Negative user feedback in a Microsoft community forum has caused the company, for now at least, to continue supporting Skype Classic.
By using a fully-managed Confluent streaming data service on Google Cloud, users can offload the operating burden of Apache Kafka and stream data at scale in real time to Google Cloud’s big data services, which including BigQuery, Cloud Machine Learning Engine and TensorFlow.