February, 2023: I have released the album Before Bossa, alongside two fantastic jazz musicians, Zeca Assumpção and Sergio Reze. It features a selection of Brazilian and American Jazz tunes that inspired the creators of the Bossa Nova musical style.
February 2023: A Nature paper sheds light on the effectiveness of the bluetooth-based Exposure Notification (EN) technology that Google and Apple deveoped to help health agencies manage the COVID-19 pandemic. The study estimates that over one year the EN system prevented 1M cases and saved just under 10k lives in England and Wales.
March 2022: I've been inducted into the American Academy of Arts & Sciences
September 2021: I was interviewed by Rashmi Mohan for the ACM podcast series ByteCast
June 2021: I'm joined by Amin Vahdat to talk about the history of Google's datacenter innovations in the Moore's Lobby Podcast.
February 2021: I have been elected to the National Academy of Engineering
December 2020: Get alerted to COVID-19 exposure. Google and Apple have partnered with public health authorities worldwide to provide privacy-preserving exposure notification technology. Popular Science's Innovation of the Year in 2020.
December 2020: Where the Internet lives is a 6-part podcast exporing the unseen world of Datacenters through through the voices of the people who design and operate them.
January 2019: A short video on Google's quest to build useful maps.
November 2018: The 3rd edition of our book, The Datacenter as a Computer: Designing Warehouse-Scale Machines, is finally out. As with the previous editions you can download the pdf version for free.
September 2018: Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi have announced they will adopt Android (including Google Maps and Assistant) in their cars.
September 2018: Our team has announced a tool to help local governments measure their environmental impact, including carbon emissions from transportation and buildings (more at the Environmental Insights Explorer). See the Google blog post and a video describing the initiative.
April, 2017: Have you tried the new Google Earth?