Comprender la atribución en Firebase Analytics

¡Prueba sorpresa, cerebrito! Supongamos que gastaste dinero en dos campañas de anuncios diferentes para atraer usuarios a tu app. Después de unas semanas, obtuviste estos resultados: La campaña de anuncios n.º 1 generó 500 clics. La campaña de anuncios n.º 2 generó 300 clics. ¿Qué campaña de anuncios tuvo el mejor rendimiento? La respuesta parece […]

Comprender la atribución en Firebase Analytics

¡Prueba sorpresa, cerebrito! Supongamos que gastaste dinero en dos campañas de anuncios diferentes para atraer usuarios a tu app. Después de unas semanas, obtuviste estos resultados: La campaña de anuncios n.º 1 generó 500 clics. La campaña de anuncios n.º 2 generó 300 clics. ¿Qué campaña de anuncios tuvo el mejor rendimiento? La respuesta parece […]

Google at ACL 2017

Posted by Christian Howard, Editor-in-Chief, Research Communications This week, Vancouver, Canada hosts the 2017 Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL 2017), the premier conference in the field of natural language understanding, covering a broad spectrum of diverse research areas that are concerned with computational approaches to natural language. As a leader in […]

Prueba amp-bind en tu sitio con una prueba de origen

Todas las funciones de AMP deben probarse (por eso, realizamos compilaciones recurriendo a experimentos). Sin embargo, las funciones particularmente importantes, complejas y flexibles requieren un poco más de atención. En especial, deben implementarse de manera descentralizada en aplicaciones reales y para usuarios reales. De esta manera, es posible asegurarse de que estas funciones tengan un […]

My Path to Google: Anastasiya Bortnyk, Global Customer Experience team

Welcome to the fifth installment of our blog series “My Path to Google.” These are real stories from Googlers highlighting how they got to Google, what their roles are like, and even some tips on how to prepare for interviews. Today’s post is all about Anastasiya Bortnyk . Read on! Can you tell us a […]

Expressions in Virtual Reality

Posted by Avneesh Sud, Software Engineer, Machine Perception Recently Google Machine Perception researchers, in collaboration with Daydream Labs and YouTube Spaces, presented a solution for virtual headset ‘removal’ for mixed reality in order to create a more rich and engaging VR experience. While that work could infer eye-gaze directions and blinks, enabled by a headset […]

What’s new for shortcuts and widgets in Android O

Posted by Gloria Liou, Associate Product Manager Intern Why use shortcuts and widgets? One of our favorite features in Android O is the ability to pin shortcuts and widgets for your app onto the launcher through deep linking. Shortcuts let users quickly start a specific task, while widgets give users instant access to specific actions […]

Guest post: How Seenit uses Google Cloud Platform and Couchbase to power our video collaboration platform

By Dave Starling, CTO, Seenit Editor’s Note: In this guest post, Seenit CTO Dave Starling walks us through how they use Google Cloud Platform (GCP) and Couchbase to build their innovative crowdsourced video platform. Since we started Seenit in 2014, our goal has been to give businesses the tools to tell interesting stories through crowdsourced video. […]

Your Cheesy Assistant

This is nacho average weekend: both National Lasagna Day and National Cheesecake Day are here to fill the Swiss cheese-sized holes in your weekend plans. If you don’t know how to celebrate these aged-old traditions, don’t be bleu. Your Assistant can serve up some cheesy tips: In queso you forget: “Ok Google, order lasagna noodles.” […]