With its latest project called Timelapse, search giant Google has found an interesting and visual way to show us how different parts of the earth have changed during the past 28 years. On their official website, Google explains more about how NASA and the U.S. Geological Society have been gathering high-res images of the earth for ..read more..
The Internet tribute to 2012 delivers flashes from the year’s most iconic events and people, the ones we’ll still be talking about or reminding ourselves of in later days. Psy, Honey Boo Boo, Higgs Boson, Felix Baumbgartner, Kony 2012, Pussy Riot, SpaceX, Hurricane Sandy, Mars Rover, Gabby Douglas, Michael Phelps, Malala Yousufzai, they are all ..read more..
Google Chrome’s recently launched project called “One Hundred Thousand Stars” will definitely make allot of astronomers and star-watchers happy. Basically the OHTS interactive application is a huge space map including the locations of more than 100,000 stars. The app has a large variety of cool features that allow you too zoom in from the Sun all ..read more..
The Consumer Barometer is a global effort by IAB Europe in partnership with TNS Infratest and Google to quantify the role of online in the consumer journey from research to purchase. To better understand this journey, the Consumer Barometer provides insight into past purchase behaviors and, as well as a perspective on how consumers interact ..read more..
Usually data centers at top technology companies are closely guarded secrets, but this week Google announced a virtual open house with their newly launched website WHERE THE INTERNET LIVES. The site contains a tour in their data center’s infrastructure, which features never before seen images from 8 of Google’s 9 data centers. Also they’ve got a Street View look ..read more..
Ok, when i first saw Google’s new Project Glass, I didn’t speak about it much because it seems to like an illogical step in technology. A heads up display, often times called a HUD, are totally common in every day life… if you play video games. Getting information displayed to you on a screen, especially in first player ..read more..
Chrome launched in September 2008, and its journey has been filled with inspiring & beautiful achievements of developers using the modern web. Google is just getting started though, and we can’t wait to see where you take things next!
Google X, one of Google’s research teams, announced the start of new augmented reality project that will give your vision a new reality: Project Glass. The AR glasses are expected to give you information related to the environment you are in, such as the weather report when you look at the sky. Google’s AR glasses feature an ..read more..