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Google Flagging

YouTube allows people anywhere to share their stories with the world. They share their sense of humor, their talents, their opinions, what’s happening around them and within them. YouTube is also a community, and over the years, people have used the flagging feature located beneath every video and comment to help report content they believe violates their Community Guidelines.
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Parents: YouTube Kids and YouTube Red now work together

Back in October Google launched YouTube Red, a paid membership that makes everything you love about YouTube even better, with benefits like videos free of paid ads, offline videos, and background play. Since then Google has heard from families that they’d love the option of these features in the YouTube Kids app. So they’re excited to say it’s here - the YouTube Kids app now works with YouTube Red in the U.S., Australia, and New Zealand!
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Verne: The Himalayas from Google

For years, Google Maps has been adding 3D imagery from all over the world – New York City, the Grand Canyon, Mont Blanc, and more. A few Google employees started wondering if this 3D imagery could make learning about the world a bit more fun for kids. They started playing with quick prototypes, and even brainstormed with their own kids to get inspired by their sense of curiosity.
Google is promoting gender equality through emoji

Google is promoting gender equality through emoji

More than 90 percent of the world's online population use emoji. But while there's a huge range of emoji, there aren't a lot that highlight the diversity of women's careers, or empower young girls.
How to Move to Android

How to Move to Android

Google is a great way to have your pics, contacts, music–in one place, with unlimited storage and accessible from any connected device.
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Google helping teachers through technology

Great teachers inspire us, listen to us and learn from us; they bring the most mundane subjects to life. Technology can help great teachers do what they do best—stimulating minds and fostering skills in the next generation—and make learning even more rewarding for students. Google is excited by the updates and improvements to their tools for the classroom that they’re announcing this week at the ISTE conference, one of the largest education technology gatherings in the world.
Facebook and Google blocking extremist propaganda

Facebook and Google blocking extremist propaganda

Some of the web’s biggest destinations for watching videos have quietly started using automation to remove extremist content from their sites, according to two people familiar with the process. The move is a major step forward for internet companies that are eager to eradicate violent propaganda from their sites and are under pressure to do so from governments around the world as attacks by extremists proliferate, from Syria to Belgium and the United States.
Google: Searching for health symptoms

Google: Searching for health symptoms

Picture this: you woke up today with a headache. It’s been getting worse all day, and you aren’t sure if you should be worried or not. So you open the Google app and start searching for your symptoms. After 20 minutes digging through health forums, chances are you're overwhelmed by all the complicated medical terms and breaking out in a sweat—whether that’s related to the headache or the overdose of info is unclear!
Chicago man was shot and killed while Facebook live streaming

Chicago man was shot and killed while Facebook live streaming

A Chicago man was shot and killed while live streaming a video on Facebook, police said on Friday, just days after a double homicide in France in which the killer later took to Facebook Live to encourage more violence. Antonio Perkins, 28, was found face down on Wednesday night in a vacant lot with gunshot wounds to the neck and head on the city’s west side, Chicago police officer Laura Amezaga said.
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Google Tango allows you to see more with your smartphone

Your phone can help you navigate from one side of the country to the other, help you share memories with friends, or even identify the song that's playing right now. But it can’t answer basic (and important) questions like, “Where’s the nearest building exit?” or “Will this couch actually fit in my apartment?” That’s because while your phone may know where you are in the world, it doesn’t know where you are in the room.
Google Motion Stills stabilization app for iOS

Google Motion Stills stabilization app for iOS

Google Today released Motion Stills, an iOS app from Google Research that acts as a virtual camera operator for your Apple Live Photos. Google Motion Stills stabilization app for iOSGoogle is using video stabilization technology, which freezes the background into a still photo; this results in looping GIFs and movies that come alive.

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