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Fatal versus non-fatal errors in the IMA SDKs

September 29, 2016 9:19 pm
Fatal versus non-fatal errors in the IMA SDKs

We’ve seen an increase in support questions recently on fatal and non-fatal errors in the IMA SDKs, so we’re here to explain when and why each is fired, and how you should handle one versus the other. When are fatal and non-fatal errors fired? Simply put, a fatal error is […]

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View deleted files with the latest Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides Android apps

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View deleted files with the latest Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides Android apps

The newest versions of the Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides apps for Android make it possible to retrieve trashed files you unexpectedly need or accidentally delete. Simply select Trash from the navigation menu in your Docs, Sheets, or Slides app, and you’ll be given the option to restore or permanently […]

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Setting up your DFP integration for success

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Setting up your DFP integration for success

It’s common to have multiple applications access your DFP network(s) when integrating with DFP. How you keep track of these applications and their authentication credentials can be just as important as writing code, particularly if you work with many other developers, or on more than one application. You want to […]

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Save time with Quick Access in Drive

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Save time with Quick Access in Drive

Today, we’re launching Quick Access, which shaves 50 percent off the average time it takes to get to the right file by eliminating the need to search for it. It uses machine learning to intelligently predict the files you need before you’ve even typed anything. Quick Access predictions are based […]

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Save time with smart scheduling in Google Calendar

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Save time with smart scheduling in Google Calendar

Posted by Federico Asara, Software Engineer Some topics are best discussed in face-to-face meetings, but setting them up takes too much time. Whether you’re coordinating across time zones, hunting for a room, or just trying to find a time that works for more than a couple of people — it really […]

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Stable Channel Update for Desktop

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Stable Channel Update for Desktop

The stable channel has been updated to 53.0.2785.143 for Windows, Mac, and Linux. This will roll out over the coming days/weeks. Security Fixes and Rewards Many of our security bugs are detected using AddressSanitizer, MemorySanitizer, Control Flow Integrity or LibFuzzer. Note: Access to bug details and links may be kept […]

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New Early Adopter Programs: Team Drives and a new Hangouts video meetings experience

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New Early Adopter Programs: Team Drives and a new Hangouts video meetings experience

Along with our new name, today we’re announcing a number of new features to help employees work together as teams on strategic and creative projects to better serve their customers. Two of these features are coming soon as Early Adopter Programs: Drive for teams When Google Drive launched in 2012, […]

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Explore in Docs, Sheets and Slides makes work a breeze — and makes you look good, too

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Explore in Docs, Sheets and Slides makes work a breeze — and makes you look good, too

(Cross-posted from the Google Docs Blog) We built Google Docs to help you create your best work — from work, school or home, and everywhere in between. We know crafting presentations, projects and reports takes time and energy. That’s why today we’re introducing Explore in Docs, Sheets and Slides to […]

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Save time with smart scheduling in Google Calendar

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Save time with smart scheduling in Google Calendar

(Cross posted from the Official Gmail Blog) Posted by Federico Asara, Software Engineer Some topics are best discussed in face-to-face meetings, but setting them up takes too much time. Whether you’re coordinating across time zones, hunting for a room, or just trying to find a time that works for more […]

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All Together Now. Introducing G Suite.

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All Together Now. Introducing G Suite.

(Cross posted from the Google Cloud blog)  Posted by Kelly Campbell, Senior Director of G Suite Marketing, Google Cloud  All around the world, business is filling up with busyness. Employees today are more plugged-in than ever before, but technology too often gets in the way of turning ideas into game […]

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Save time with Quick Access in Drive

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Save time with Quick Access in Drive

(Cross posted from the Google Drive Blog) Posted by Cayden Meyer, Product Manager Today, we’re launching Quick Access, which shaves 50 percent off the average time it takes to get to the right file by eliminating the need to search for it. It uses machine learning to intelligently predict the files […]

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Explore in Docs, Sheets and Slides makes work a breeze — and makes you look good, too

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Explore in Docs, Sheets and Slides makes work a breeze — and makes you look good, too

We built Google Docs to help you create your best work — from work, school or home, and everywhere in between. We know crafting presentations, projects and reports takes time and energy. That’s why today we’re introducing Explore in Docs, Sheets and Slides to bring you insights, design tools and […]

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.NET and PowerShell tooling for the Google Cloud Platform

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.NET and PowerShell tooling for the Google Cloud Platform

Last month Google made an announcement unveiling support for Visual Studio, C#, PowerShell, Microsoft SQL Server and more on the Google Cloud Platform. With so many  new features, it is easy to gloss over some of the technical aspects of the announcement, especially the fact that all of the developer […]

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Google Cloud Platform sets a course for new horizons

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Google Cloud Platform sets a course for new horizons

Posted by Brian Stevens, Vice President, Google Cloud As we officially move into the Google Cloud era, Google Cloud Platform (GCP) continues to bring new capabilities to more regions, environments, applications and users than ever before. Our goal remains the same: we want to build the most open cloud for […]

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Bringing Pokémon GO to life on Google Cloud

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Bringing Pokémon GO to life on Google Cloud

Posted by Luke Stone, Director of Customer Reliability Engineering Throughout my career as an engineer, I’ve had a hand in numerous product launches that grew to millions of users. User adoption typically happens gradually over several months, with new features and architectural changes scheduled over relatively long periods of time. […]

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Android Wear 2.0 Developer Preview 3: Play Store and More

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Android Wear 2.0 Developer Preview 3: Play Store and More

Posted by Hoi Lam, Developer Advocate Today we’re launching the third developer preview of Android Wear 2.0 with a big new addition: Google Play on Android Wear. The Play Store app makes it easy for users to find and install apps directly on the watch, helping developers like you reach […]

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Another year of Haskell Hacking in the Google Zurich Office

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Another year of Haskell Hacking in the Google Zurich Office

For the fourth time, the Google Open Source Programs Office have co-sponsored a three-day hackathon for Haskell, an open source functional programming language. Gleb Peregud from Google’s Zurich office talks more about the event below. On the weekend of July 22nd, 126 Haskell enthusiasts got together for another installment of ZuriHac, […]

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Introducing Google Cloud

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Introducing Google Cloud

Posted by Diane Greene, Senior Vice President, Google Cloud Today we’re announcing Google Cloud, Google’s unique and broad portfolio of products, technologies and services that let our customers operate in a digital world easily and at peak performance. Google Cloud spans every layer, it includes all of Google Cloud Platform; […]

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All together now. Introducing G Suite.

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G Suite: intelligent tools designed for teams

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G Suite: intelligent tools designed for teams

Posted by Prabhakar Raghavan, Vice President Apps, Google Cloud Research shows that each week we spend the equivalent of three work days on common tasks like emailing, scheduling and attending meetings and gathering information, and only two work days on the role we were hired for. Repetitive, mechanical tasks that […]

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