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    Google rolls out TPU 3.0, with up to 100 petaflops per pod

    Google I/O kicked off yesterday and there was news about Android P, Maps, Assistant, & more.
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    Re: Google rolls out TPU 3.0, with up to 100 petaflops per pod

    This summer Google Assistant will be coming to Google Maps. Maps is a very popular application and Google wants it to provide better recommendations for customers, be more personalised based upon your likes and dislikes, and be relevant to your environment.
    Don't need any of that, just need Google Maps to work properly. It would be nice if when I send a route from PC to phone, the route displayed on the phone was the same one that I had selected on the PC.

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    Re: Google rolls out TPU 3.0, with up to 100 petaflops per pod

    Quote Originally Posted by Friesiansam View Post
    This summer Google Assistant will be coming to Google Maps. Maps is a very popular application and Google wants it to provide better recommendations for customers, be more personalised based upon your likes and dislikes, and be relevant to your environment.
    Don't need any of that, just need Google Maps to work properly. It would be nice if when I send a route from PC to phone, the route displayed on the phone was the same one that I had selected on the PC.
    That's because Maps on your phone quite often has more up to date information on traffic etc. than on pc... annoying but ultimately probably better
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