Google’s new ’ems’ news engine ems,Google,ems,em-related,web news

Google’s news engine is a search engine for news, including the web, the mobile app and other services.

It’s part of Google News.

Ems is an abbreviation for enterprise.

It is a new news-related technology for Google’s News app, which is used in news apps, news-based apps and apps that use the Google News API, according to Google’s official blog.

It will be made available to developers on the Google Play store later this year.

The app is the company’s first news engine to be available to consumers in its native app.

Em’s will be available through Google’s own apps and Google News services.

Em can be used to find news related to topics and topics related to your interests, and it can also be used for other things, such as news about movies and TV shows, news about restaurants and events, and news about sports.

Google says it wants developers to use Em to make apps that will be useful for their users, so that Em can bring a broader range of users together and make them more productive.

Em will be “an essential part of a growing ecosystem of tools that will make Google more productive,” Google wrote in a blog post.

Google said it has already begun “releasing Em as an SDK, and we expect to start rolling out Em to developers soon.”

Em was announced last fall and was a Google Play release in October.

Google has not yet made any public announcements about its future plans with Em.