2011 Weekly Babes
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Category Archives: Google
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.
A video slide show of life around the world via the roaming, mapping Google cars.
Project Wing is a Google-X project that is developing a delivery system that uses self-flying vehicles. As part of our research, we built a vehicle and traveled to Queensland, Australia for some test flights. There, we successfully delivered a first … Continue reading
Join one of our safety drivers for a ride in our second generation vehicle to understand how Google’s self-driving technology works on the road. Seems that some old folks like it. Google butters the bread with this one. A first … Continue reading
A different side of the Google Glass issue.
Android Wear extends the Android platform to wearables, starting with a familiar form factor — watches. Just announced yesterday, Google is jumping ahead of all the rumors about wearable technology.
High speed home internet access that the company claims leaves competitors in the dust. But all that fiber comes at quite a cost.
With the Platform 46 Coffee Table, Android developers can now create large-format, multi-user Android applications that utilize 3M’s multi-touch technology (up to 60 simultaneous touches) incorporated into Ideum’s line of table and kiosk products.
The Don’t Be Evil guys out in Mountain View, Santa Clara County, California, United States, near San Jose has just purchased Boston Dynamics, the maker of military robots. It’s the 7th robotics company purchased in the last 6 momths. You … Continue reading
Apple’s answer to Google’s driverless car.
Google Fiber will be coming to Provo, UT October 2013. We should all be so lucky.
The next version of the Google’s Android operating system – Android 4.4 – won’t be named Key Lime Pie, as rumored, it will be called or codenamed Kit Kat. And don’t worry, that’s a fully licensed name and partnership too. … Continue reading
Introducing Chromecast. The easiest way to enjoy online video and music on your TV. For $35. Find out more here.