Google’s new “electron shield” aims to keep out the sun’s rays

Google is building a “light shield” to protect its internet services from the sun, a move that could help reduce the harmful effects of the solar flares that occasionally strike the U.S.A. and other parts of the world.

The company is developing an “electronic shield” that is designed to block solar radiation from reaching the earth and preventing harmful particles from escaping.

Google says it has “committed to the goal of keeping the Internet safe for all” by 2020.

While Google is making an announcement today, there has been a lot of activity around the tech giant’s plans to develop a light shield.

The announcement came on Thursday, when Google revealed a solar shield that it hopes will block incoming solar radiation.

Google, which was founded in 2002, has spent years researching solar shielding technologies that it says will reduce solar radiation’s damaging effects.

Google has already announced that it is working on developing a solar radiation-blocking device that could be used by companies such as Google, Microsoft, Facebook, and others.

The company said it is also working with “other partners” to build “a solar shield” for its cloud services, which are a common feature of Google’s cloud computing platform.

Google also announced that the company will start developing a new “light-emitting diode” to help protect its cloud servers.

The new diode, which is still in early development, would allow users to connect to the internet through a fiber optic cable, rather than relying on WiFi.

The new light-emitter diode would be able to detect and block incoming light, so users could see the solar flare from afar, Google said in a statement.

“Our goal is to help provide a more secure experience for users and partners by incorporating the latest technologies to protect their data.”

The solar shield announcement came just a week after Google announced that Google will begin deploying its new cloud services in areas of the U:S.

that have been hit by severe solar storms this summer.

Google has been working to install the cloud services on a large scale in the U., including in parts of Florida and Nevada.

In August, Google’s chief information officer David Marcus tweeted that Google was “working on a solar-shielded Google” to provide “data protection to the people of the USA.”

Marcus later said he would be “taking the time to talk with Google and other companies about their efforts to protect the people and planet.”