Zesty is expanding its office catering service beyond San Francisco. Food delivery startup Zesty is rolling out its office catering service beyond San Francisco to locations throughout the Silicon Valley peninsula, and has brought on two food and hospitality executives to support its expansion. Joining Zesty as Director of Food is Nate Keller, formerly Executive Chef at Google who oversaw its growth from 400 to 400,000 employees, and was the founding executive… Read More


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Play Store comes to Chrome OS, but not the way we expected

May 24, 2016

It’s really happening. Android apps are coming to Chrome OS. And it’s not just a small subset of apps; the entire Google Play Store is coming to Chrome OS. More than 1.5 million apps will come to a platform that before today was “just a browser,” and Android and Chrome OS take yet another step […]

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The Google Play store, coming to a Chromebook near you

May 24, 2016

We launched Chromebooks for people who wanted a fast, simple and secure computing experience. Chromebooks just work — open the lid, and within seconds, you’re on your favorite sites and apps, getting stuff done. Virus protection and automatic updates are built-in, so you don’t have to manage your computer. And that’s worked great for our […]

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Remote Control Enterprise 5.6 Released

May 23, 2016

Today we are releasing the next version of our Enterprise Remote Control What is it? Enterprise remote control allows you to remotely control computers that are anywhere on the internet. The server will automatically proxy connections behind a firewall, or NAT device. You can easily connect from the office to a computer at a coffee […]

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New ways to add Reminders in Inbox by Gmail

May 23, 2016

Posted by Dave Orr, Google Research Product Manager (Cross-posted from the Google Research Blog) Last week, Inbox by Gmail opened up and improved many of your favorite features, including two new ways to add Reminders. First up, when someone emails you a to-do, Inbox can now suggest adding a Reminder so you don’t forget. Here’s […]

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Reshaping human health and changing lives through gene editing

May 21, 2016

 Gene editing is going to fundamentally change our lives and how we traditionally think about health throughout the first half of the 21st century. The question isn’t “When will gene editing become a significant reality for the majority of the world?” The truth is, this is neither science fiction nor a prediction — gene editing […]

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Chrome removes backspace to go back

May 21, 2016

The reason we’re making this change is that users regularly lose data because they hit the backspace button thinking that a form field is focused. After years of this issue, we realize we’re not going to have a better way to solve that problem. I absolutely hate this change. I deeply, deeply, deeply hate this […]

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Google Calendar for iPhone: more ways to stay on top of your schedule

May 19, 2016

Posted by Stella Schieffer, Product Manager Since the new Google Calendar app arrived, you’ve given us lots of great feedback that has guided our updates. Starting today, you’ll see improvements to Google Calendar on iPhone that follow the recent improvements to the Android app. To start, you can now see more events at a glance […]

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Faster, smoother and safer videos on Chrome

May 19, 2016

Chrome is one of the world’s most popular ways to watch video, with around 3,000 hours of video watched every second. Whether you’re singing along with Taylor Swift, binge-watching Breaking Bad or learning about NASA’s Pluto mission—no matter what you watch, we make sure that your videos look great and load fast when you’re using […]

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ReactOS 0.4.1 released

May 17, 2016

The ReactOS team is proud to announce the release of version 0.4.1 a mere three months after the release of 0.4.0. The team has long desired an increased release tempo and the hope is that this will be the first of many of faster iterations. Due to the brief period of time between the two […]

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