Tag: Google

New Student Google Apps Channel in MyFIT

New Student Google Apps Channel in MyFIT

The announcement tab inside of the MyFIT portal now has a new channel just for students called “FIT Google Apps for Education.” Here you will find important reference links to: The FIT Google help site Your new Google account Your archive mail (only available until January 22nd, 2014) Instructions on how to move your imail […]

October 10, 2013 | By | Reply More

Why Google Is Investing in Deep Learning | MIT Technology Review

Go to Website: Why Google Is Investing in Deep Learning | MIT Technology Review.

April 23, 2013 | By | Reply More
Google via Text Message

Google via Text Message

You are staring at the one bar of cell service you have in the subway just praying that  the web browser will return an answer before you leave the station……. and it starts to load just as you leave. Rats. Did you know that you can text Google (466453) a question and get an answer […]

April 8, 2013 | By | 1 Reply More
Google Reader to Retire July 1

Google Reader to Retire July 1

I have been out on maternity leave for a while and a bit out of touch, I have to admit, but I somehow missed the announcement that Google was retiring its aggregator, Reader on July 1st.  Maybe I am now dating myself…. but I have used reader for years in conjunction with NetNewsWire and sad to see it […]

April 5, 2013 | By | Reply More
Google Cloud Connect with MS Office

Google Cloud Connect with MS Office

An announcement was made last week that an invitation-only beta test is starting to try a new Google Cloud Connect with Microsoft Office.  So what does that mean? This would allow you to synchronize spreadsheet, documents, and presentation files using the MS Office interface, but add the value of the easy to use collaboration component […]

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Google’s Image Swirl: new beta image search

Google’s Image Swirl: new beta image search

Google has recently released a beta version of an image experiment called “Image Swirl.” According to Google, “The service “organizes image search results based on their visual and semantic similarities and presents them in an intuitive exploratory interface.” The search capability is pretty limited right now, but the idea behind it is quite interesting.  It […]

November 24, 2009 | By | Reply More