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Google answers more of your sort-of questions. Part 1 Part 5
This video was posted back in 2010 and forgotten. It’s not really a favorite, but it’s still interesting even today.
The whole world is now in your browser. Fly through landmarks and cities like London, Tokyo and Rome in stunning 3D, then dive in to experience them first hand with Street View. See the world from a new point of … Continue reading
Animation from ’09 which remains relevant today.
Everything you ask Google sounds a lot more stupid when you actually ask Google.
The world’s first organic server farm. In taxless Ireland.
Photos from the past, meet scanner from the future. Get the new PhotoScan app by Google Photos, available now on Android and soon on iOS. New ad from Google. Trust your photos, trust your life to the Don’t Be Evil … Continue reading
Google’s Project Ara is a new modular computing platform, allowing devices to be customized for style and function. Choose your high-res camera, add a louder speaker, swap in a better battery. Looks to be a companion to, but not a … Continue reading
SCHAFT co-founder and CEO Yuto Nakanishi climbed onstage to introduce his company’s new bipedal robot. He explains that the robot can climb stairs, carry a 60-kg payload, and step on a pipe and keep its balance. Schaft was acquired by … Continue reading
Two young men take a turn down the wrong street view.
These searches may be dumb, but don’t forget who wrote them. You did…
Google changed the font in their title page and for some reason it’s a big deal. More info. Break the Internet
New smart phone app from Google translates print into your language of choice on the fly. A step closer to Star Trek tech.
Project Soli is developing a new interaction sensor using radar technology. The sensor can track sub-millimeter motions at high speed and accuracy. It fits onto a chip, can be produced at scale and built into small devices and everyday objects.
Introducing Project Fi, a new way to say hello. A behind the scenes look. They are expecting a call from the NS… you know who.
A little information on that new connector. Nice that it’s reversible. But we’ll still need a hub or an adpter to connect more than one device.