That sounds like a Tongue Twister right? http://www.google.com/mobile/goggles/ Google Goggles is a visual search app for Android phones, which allows you to search the web by taking a picture. To find information about nearby businesses, just point your phone at a store. Goggles will show you the name of the business, using the camera’s GPS [...]
Google Chrome OS is an open source operating system for people who spend most of their time on the web built around the core tenets of speed, simplicity and security.
Kevin Rose interviews Google’s Marissa Mayer in this Digg Dialogg, posing the top questions from the Digg Community.
Today Chris Anderson (wired magazine, the long tail concept) spoke about the themes of his new book “Free” at the Google DC office. I was very interested in this topic because a lot of our clients (if not all) deal with these issues everyday. Chris is saying that social media is creating a culture of [...]
NYTimes.com, the nation’s largest newspaper website, uses the Google Maps API to create interactive maps for its travel section and to help readers visualize local trends like crane incidents and homicides in New York City.
Could very well be the future of communication…pretty amazing.
google was nice enough to send me a copy of their infamous comic book about their browser Chrome*
introducing No latitude on iPhone google.com/latitude/sign up now – at least now we know why they’re phasing out dodgeballhttp://www.dodgeball.com/ techcrunch
it looks like gchat has integrated a youtube video preview player into their chat application.
Nick, Zvi and I went to this talk last month