By Sreeraman Thiagarajan We are just a day away from Google’s annual developer festival named Google I/O that happens at Mountain View, California; a literal backyard of Google’s global headquarters. Google I/O, for the uninitiated, is an annual developer conference that began in 2008, and is organized by the executive team. "I/O" stands for input/output, as well as the slogan "Innovation in the Open".So here are some expectations from the big Google gig that are likely to make headlines: From Android to Assistant: Some avatar of Android used to dominate I/O year after year. We saw it grow from a smartphone OS in 2008 competing with iOS to evolve into Wear (watch), Auto, Things (IOT), TV, Pay and so on. But starting 2016 since the announcement of Google Assistant, the smart assistant which aims to get things done in real life to people, it has been getting the lion’s share of attention and action. So, a lot more can be expected from the Assistant stable: … [Read more...] about New Android, Assistant, and hardware: What to expect from Google I/O 2019
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Seminyak’s Aussie-owned Mrs Sippy pool club – which has a sister venue in Sydney’s Double Bay – also has an Australia Day party where 50 per cent of ticket sales will go to bush fire relief charities and buckets will go around on the day. … [Read more...] about Bali businesses throw weight behind charities supporting Aussie bushfire victims
At a meeting of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) held in Beijing, Islamabad submitted its compliance report and got support from the FATF current chair and its "all-weather friend" China and a few Western powers. "The next plenary of the FATF will be held in February in Paris and Pakistan needs just 12 votes out of 39 to exit the 'Grey List' and move to 'White List'. … [Read more...] about Pakistan may be out of FATF ‘Grey List’ next month due to active support of China
MUMBAI: The Maharashtra police asserted before the state government that a fresh probe should not be ordered into the Elgaar Parishad-CPI (Maoist) case, by insisting that the evidence they have collected was credible, and denying allegations of ‘planting of evidence’ to window dress their findings, sources in the know told ET. Letters, travel details, a secure communication tool for people working on “liberatory social change”, log sheets which enlisted funds received from the “party” and call detail records (CDRs) were among the evidence the police presented before deputy chief minister Ajit Pawar and state home minister Anil Deshmukh. A review meeting was held at the state secretariat after NCP chief Sharad Pawar demanded the setting up of a Special Investigation Team (SIT), led by a retired judge, to probe the action taken by the Pune police. Pawar had said that the evidence against those arrested like activists and lawyers was not enough for … [Read more...] about No need for fresh Elgaar case probe: Cops to Maharashtra government
"Like a house, if you're turning your taps on and off and you've got three kids who are having showers and you've got a washing machine and you've got all of those things a normal house uses, you're very hard pressed to use more than 200,000 to 300,000 litres per annum. … [Read more...] about Why can’t the Top End pipe some of its abundant water south to assist drought-stricken states?