Tag Archives: Google
You can tell a lot about a state based on the top Google autocomplete suggestions. Or maybe you can't because they're wildly arbitrary and don't
Everything you ask Google sounds a lot dumber when you actually ask Google.
Each year, Google releases the Top Ten "How To" searches of the year, results from when human people turn to the search engine to find
Twitter recently tweaked its website, allowing pictures to automatically pop in your stream.
The handle @GoogleStreets immediately became a favorite follow. It's a simple premise—just longitude
Being an intern for Google is undisputably great. The pay is—actually, anyone currently working an unpaid internship might want to go ahead and exit this
People bitch all the time about how we don’t have flying cars. Well, shut up. We have cars that drive themselves. I’d argue that’s more
Everyone’s all jazzed up about Google Glass. But what if it sucks? What then? This video explores that very real possibility.
Google just "introduced" a new search engine product called "Google Nose," which reportedly allows Google's billions and billions of search users to experience a specific
Google continues to never be satisfied and at SXSW they unveiled a new talking shoe that connects to your Android smartphone and gives you it's
I love the convenience of the modern world because anything is possible and everything is accessible. All you need is a web connection and to
Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt just got back from a two-week trip to that closed-off place very, very few of us will ever see—North Korea—to
Google as in, Google Puffs cereal.
Yesterday the technological overlords at Google dropped this video about "Project Glass" a.k.a. "The Google Glasses." Google being Google, it became the most
We're on the cusp of revolutionary technology. According to the New York Times, a pair of Google-made glasses that stream information to the
Not sure how to go about killing your wealthy relative to get the inheritance money? Why not do as this insightful family did and utilize
Back in January we momentarily "oohed" and "aahed" over a Mercedes-Benz SLS that was allegedly controlled
There's something ironic about "PlayBook," the name of RIM's first ever BlackBerry tablet, which was just announced this