Keeping a safe distance from the cars in front of you and behind you is one of the challenges of driving. Tracking the cars that might be in lanes adjacent to yours is important as well. The following describes a process to track the speed of vehicles in the driving environment around you, provide warnings, and possibly change the speed of your car. … [Read more...] about Google Self Driving Cars Get Jumpstart from IBM Patents
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This approach allows the most valuable part of the test, namely the wafer to remain stationary and safe, and the least costly part of the test, namely the probe to take most of the wear and tear. We further use the embedded PMTL to develop a modular, scaleable and fully automated Universal Test Fixture for testing chips in various stages of development mainly for digital IC chips that can be utilized in production lines with pick and place of chips on tape to test every chip before insertion into circuits. One embodiment includes a low profile wideband Signal Launcher and an alligator type RF Clip that can be used at the edge of PCB’s directly for validation broads. The Signal Launcher is used to develop a new versatile Flush Top Test Fixtures for individual device testing in various stages of development from die, to packaged, to Module, to Circuit Boards. … [Read more...] about Is Google Aiming at Building Faster Networks and Data Transmissions?
Danny Sullivan is a Founding Editor of Marketing Land. He’s a widely cited authority on search engines and search marketing issues who has covered the space since 1996. Danny also serves as Chief Content Officer for Third Door Media, which publishes Marketing Land and produces the SMX: Search Marketing Expo conference series. He has a personal blog called Daggle (and keeps his disclosures page there). He can be found on Facebook, Google + and microblogs on Twitter as @dannysullivan. … [Read more...] about California Governor Brown To Sign Autonomous Vehicle Law At Google Today
Jordan: Use your expandable menus and include more categories or subcategories that Google can access your content and crawl your content through your mobile experience; it makes a big difference. In fact, I think it makes a bigger difference in mobile than it doesn’t desktop, because Google is recognizing that you’re trying to use its real estate in a much more valuable way. … [Read more...] about Mobile SEO: The latest usage trends and content strategies for maximum impact
Google AMP does more than make mobile sites load faster — Google AMP also keeps users on an experience controlled by Google, which makes it easier for Google to track and report on them. Google App Streaming, similar to Google AMP, provides a “faster” way for third-party app creators to have their content delivered to consumers, again with the caveat that are you are willing to have the app experience hosted and served by Google. Google’s Physical Web is designed to keep web pages relevant by serving up search results (including Google content) based on feedback it receives from a user’s location and smart objects around them. Google Destinations and other “immersive search experiences” allow Google to use entities to provide an end-to-end shopping experience for travelers on Google. Google is also experimenting with providing a similar experience for consumers looking for service professionals, like plumbers or cleaning services. … [Read more...] about As search changes, Google changes