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  • How live streaming helps this creator connect with fans
    6. Januar, von Raunak Mahesh — Google for Creators,
    Tokes Ojo-Ade is a marketing professional, wife, mother — and successful web creator. Her blog,Tokes’ Take On Style, offers fashion, styling and shopping tips for busy working women. “As a working mom, I know we all juggle a lot,” says Tokes, who lives in the Washington, D.C. area and works full (...)
  • A new kind of “resolution” for the New Year
    6. Januar, von Molly — Search, Google Nest,
    I love New Year’s resolutions, and because of the pandemic, in 2020 and 2021, I had plenty of time to focus on them. In 2020, I decided I might as well finally train for and run a marathon…and then because, well, I still had the extra hours in 2021, I decided to try to do it again, only faster. I (...)
  • A Googler’s story of overcoming obstacles and doubts
    6. Januar, von Jason Rowland — My Path to Google, Life at Google, Googlers,
    Welcome to the latest edition of “My Path to Google,” where we talk to Googlers, interns and alumni about 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 Ernesto Gutierrez — a Partner Development Manager in our Mexico (...)
  • How Abigail Annkah is using AI to improve maps in Africa
    6. Januar, von Letitiah Obiri — Google in Africa, Googlers, AI,
    As a university student, Abigail Annkah fell in love with mathematics, which soon led to her interest in artificial intelligence. After graduating from the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Abigail made it through the competitive process to become an AI resident at Google Research, (...)
  • CES 2022: Better together with Android and beyond
    5. Januar, von Erik Kay — Chromebooks, Android, Google TV, Wear OS,
    Editors note: Google planned to attend CES 2022 but pulled out due to concerns over COVID-19. The average U.S. household had 25 connected devices in 2021, up from 11 in 2019. If you’re like me, you want to pick and choose the devices that work best for you regardless of brand. You also want to (...)

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