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Google updates its Speech Services engine to provide more natural voices

Google has announced a major upgrade to its Speech Services by Google Engine, which is what is used for Text to Speech services.  All of its 421 voices across 67 languages have been updated to a new voice model and synthesizer. This includes the default en-US voice being changed to one that is drastically improved, … continue reading

Google introduces new features to identity services library to make authentication easier for developers

Google is trying to make authentication easier and safer for developers by introducing new features to the Google Identity Services (GIS) library.   “For developers, our focus has always been to offer a frictionless experience that makes it easier for users to onboard and return to partner platforms, while also helping developers create a trusted relationship … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Gerrit

Gerrit, an open-source project from Google, is a highly extensible and configurable tool for web-based code review and repository management for all projects that utilize the Git version control system. It works to enable teams to discuss code, serve Git as an integrated experience within the larger code review flow, and manage workflows with integrated … continue reading

Flutter 3 released with multiplatform capabilities

Google has announced that the open-source UI software development kit, Flutter, has been updated and Flutter 3 is now generally available. This announcement came as part of the Google I/O keynote and completes Flutter’s roadmap from a mobile-centric to a multiplatform framework. With Flutter 3, users are enabled to build experiences for six platforms from … continue reading

Google’s new AlloyDB for PostgreSQL helps companies transition from legacy databases

At its Google I/O conference, Google announced a new database service that it hopes will free customers of their legacy database systems. AlloyDB for PostgreSQL is a fully-managed database service compatible with PostgreSQL.  “Databases are increasingly shifting into the cloud and we expect this trend to continue as more companies digitally transform their businesses. With … continue reading

Apple, Google, and Microsoft commit to expanding their support for FIDO Alliance

Apple, Google, and Microsoft today announced plans to expand support for a common passwordless sign-in standard created by the FIDO Alliance and the World Wide Web Consortium.  Whereas previous implementations of passwordless verification required users to sign in to each website or app with each device before they can use passwordless functionality, now users will … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Kubeflow

Kubeflow is an MLOps toolkit originally created by Google that has integrated components for model development, model training, multi-step pipelines, AutoML, serving, monitoring, artifact management, and experiment tracking.  The project aims to reduce costs associated with Running production machine learning workflows at scale with new capabilities. The PyTorch training operator can now be scaled up … continue reading

Google to bring Privacy Sandbox to Android

Google announced that it will be bringing Privacy Sandbox to Android with the goal of introducing new, more private advertising solutions. Privacy Sandbox is an existing initiative by Google to better protect users’ private data.  These solutions will limit sharing of user data with third parties and operate without cross-app identifiers, including advertising ID. Google … continue reading

Google Identity Services update makes it easier to implement authentication

Last year, Google announced Google Identity Services (GIS), which is a set of APIs that consolidated several identity offerings from the company. Included in the GIS development kit are the Sign in with Google button and the authentication prompt One Tap.  Now, Google is adding an authorization feature to GIS to bolster the offerings of … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Windows Terminal Preview 1.13 available; Google Workspace Essentials now available as a no-cost solution; Skuid acquires InFlight

Microsoft recently announced that the first preview release of Windows Terminal of 2022 is here. Interested users can install Windows Terminal and Windows Terminal Preview from the Microsoft Store or from the GitHub repository. With this release, the minimum supported version of Windows 10 for Windows Terminal 1.13+ is now 19041 (20H1). The new features … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Google updates differential privacy library; Foldable SDK updates with Jetpack Window Manager; ChaosNative announces enterprise chaos engineering tool

In honor of Data Privacy Day, today Google shared updates on its effort to create free tools geared towards helping the developer community build and launch new applications for differential privacy.  In partnership with OpenMinded, an organization of open-source developers, Google achieved a new milestone with its differential privacy framework. This product enables any Python … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Google adds Firebase extension for Google Pay; Facebook develops self-supervised algorithm; AppFire acquires Numbered Headings

The team at Google recently announced the availability of the Firebase extension for Google Pay. Firebase extensions are open-source pre-packaged bundles of code that developers can build into their applications. The extension is intended to increase productivity as well as provide extended functionality to apps. With this extension installed, users can pass a payment token … continue reading

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