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Mobile usability report - Search Console Help
Global web traffic from mobile devices is on the rise, and recent studies show that mobile visitors are more likely to revisit mobile-friendly sites. The mobile usability report identifies pages on your site with usability problems for visitors on mobile devices.
google  performance  help 
58 minutes ago by siggiarni
Flutter - Beautiful native apps in record time
Flutter is Google’s mobile app SDK for crafting high-quality native interfaces on iOS and Android in record time. Flutter works with existing code, is used by developers and organizations around the world, and is free and open source.
development  mobile  android  framework  ios  mac  google  dart  flutter  programming 
1 hour ago by jamescarlos
Flutter Apps | It's All Widgets!
An open list of apps built with Google Flutter
flutter  google 
yesterday by nezz
NYPL/google-analytics-proxy: Google Analytics Proxy
Google Analytics Proxy (GAP) provides a Proxy Service to Google's Measurement Protocol and a replacement for Google Analytic's client-side JavaScript (analytics.js) to increase privacy and help prevent possible data leakage.

To minimize implementation changes, GAP attempts to mirror syntax from analytics.js.

The proxy service is intended to be run as an AWS Lambda.

AWS Lambda - The service will serve as an AWS Lambda instance.
aws-serverless-express - The server is built with ExpressJS with the npm module specifically for AWS Lambda.
google  privacy  analytics 
yesterday by cothrun
Nest’s digital health ambitions revealed in records from secretive purchase of Seattle startup Senosis • GeekWire
Nat Levy and Todd Bishop:
<p>Nest’s ambitions are revealed in internal communications and financial documents released by the University of Washington in response to a public records request related to the sale of Senosis Health, a UW spinout focused on smartphone-based health monitoring systems. GeekWire made the records request last year, shortly <a href="">after breaking news of Google’s acquisition of Senosis</a>, but received the documents only recently, after the university worked with Google officials and others to determine what could be released.

The documents show that Nest acquired Senosis to bolster its digital health capabilities, shedding new light on a deal that to this day hasn’t been acknowledged publicly. If it follows through on the plans, Nest would join a growing number of major tech brands moving into health technology.

RELATED: Google buys Seattle health monitoring startup Senosis, bolstering digital health push
The majority of the communication is between UW, Senosis and Google officials, and the search giant appears on many of the documents related to the acquisition. Financial information such as the purchase price and other sensitive details were redacted. However, the documents clearly show that Nest — which Google acquired in 2014 for $3.2 billion — was in fact the buyer of Senosis, which went by the legal name Bilicam LLC.

Nest has gone to great lengths to keep its involvement secret, records show, telling personnel not to utter the company’s name and barring UW from immediately publicizing the sale.</p>

Oops! Also: the health space is starting to get crowded. Notable: Senosis is a smartphone-based product. Does that mean Nest rolling into Android? Or what?
google  nest  health  senosis 
yesterday by charlesarthur
Pictures leak of the “Google Home Hub,” Google’s version of a smart display • Ars Technica
Ron Amadeo:
<p>Google's big hardware event is coming October 9, and we're getting a clearer picture of what to expect from the show as the days go by. The event is promoted as the "Pixel 3 launch event," but the company's previous two hardware events featured five or more product announcements. Besides the Pixel 3, a Pixelbook 2 is a good option, and with the launch of Google's Smart Display software on third-party hardware earlier this year, it seems inevitable that we'll soon see a first-party Google Smart Display.

As luck would have it, today MySmartPrice has scored pictures of the "Google Home Hub," a product that is clearly Google's flagship hardware for its Smart Display software. The device has a 7-inch touchscreen and basically looks like a 16:9 tablet mounted to Google Home Max. Some of the pictures, which look like a leaked store listing, show a few more specs: 802.11ac Wi-Fi at 2.4 and 5GHz, Bluetooth, an "Ambient light and color sensor," a "full-range speaker for crystal clear sound," and "far-field voice recognition." The listing shows the display available in two colors ("chalk" and "charcoal"), with Google's traditional mute switch on the back and what looks to be a video chat camera on the front.</p>

How is a device like this any different from a mounted tablet with a good speaker?
google  tablet 
yesterday by charlesarthur

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