Is Google X going to win in the self-driving car space? Are Waze and Google Maps their secret weapons? How does Google X's Waymo project leverage the power of data and analytics?
Over the years Google Maps have collected Billion of bytes of data to map the entire world. Increasing penetration of GPS-enabled smartphone has fueled Google’s appetite for data even further and it is putting all that data to good use.
Google applies its data and analytical rigor to a new domain: workforce management.
The mission statement of Waze, founded in Israel in 2009, is to “help people create local driving communities that work together to improve the quality of everyone's daily driving”. By updating maps in real time with crowdsourced information from drivers, Waze provides its users with “the best route, every day, with real-time help from other drivers”.
How Quora become the #140 most visited website in the world by leveraging human instincts around helping others and getting recognized.
How the Chromecast captured an estimated 22% market share of OTT streaming devices in under three years.
Google Maps has evolved into a platform boasting powerful direct and indirect network effects.
rise and fall of a mobile application market in South Korea
TripAdvisor and Google Trips are battling to help you plan and book your entire travel experience – who will win in this battle between the small-sized incumbent TripAdvisor and the mega-sized disruptor Google.
Nest, thought of as being on the forefront of the Smart Home, has been struggling to cross the chasm and gain mass consumer adoption. Can the company rethink its strategy to deliver consumer value?