I'm usually annoyed by the autocomplete feature on Google, but it turns out that the autocomplete can actually be used to write a form of poetry. Visit Google Poetics to find out how this all works, and to write your own Google poem!
'Google Nose Beta' has integrated the stuff of sci-fi into the modern search engine. The process is called "photo-auditory-olfactory sensory convergence," a smell sharing function, and it's available today at Google.com, for when you "don't have time to smell the roses...
ScreenCrush wraps up the latest in movies and TV you might have missed. Today, fans unearth a Google Earth image of the new arena featured in the upcoming 'Hunger Games: Catching Fire,' Collider visits the set of 'Oz: The Great and Powerful' and reveals 30 facts about the film, new pics for 'Jack the Giant Slayer' have hit, and more!
Good news, bad news. The bad news is that Google has been monitoring all your online activity and is using it for their own personal gain. The good news is at least it's fun to see if they guessed your age, gender and interests correctly. That's pretty good news ... right?
Google Maps offers street maps, street views, a route planner and some fun stuff, like the 8 bit viewer. Y'know, like the old Super Mario! This picture is our offices at 1749 Betrand Dr. in Lafayette, Louisiana. Do you see the flags? Plug in your address, select 'Start Your Quest' at the bottom left, and see what it looks like in 8 bit! See more of Lafayette in 8 bit...
Not as in "The Fall of Woman" (which is the title of a yet-to-be written book about the demise of the 'woman' as we know it from the inability to decide what shoes to wear, making us repetitively late for functions/dinners), but as in "a woman actually fell when the Google camera vehicle drove by".
In what may be the perfect summation of the crazy year that was, Rebecca Black, the internet sensation who sang the notorious song ‘Friday,’ was the top Google search term for 2011. Granted, Google doesn’t take into account searches that were made ironically and/or while inebriated.
Google turned 13 Tuesday, and the search engine celebrated its big day the same way it has every year since 2002 — with a special anniversary doodle.
This year’s effort, a staid, retro birthday party scene, doesn’t quite seem befitting of a newly-minted teenager...
The brains at web development and design company Go-Globe created a stunning infographic that breaks down the internet activity happening every minute of the day on sites like Twitter, Google, Facebook, and Skype. And it’s kind of amazing.
The name Les Paul evokes reverence among musicians, producers, music store owners, radio Djs and anyone passionate about music. Today (June 9th) would be his 96th. birthday. If you've ever listened to a music recording or enjoyed a live concert, your life has been brightened by his genius.
The Associated Press Reports Google has been fined in France for improper gathering of private information.
The euro100,000 ($141,300) penalty — the largest ever by French body CNIL — sanctions Google for collecting personal data from Wi-Fi networks — including e-mails, web browsing histories and online banking details — from 2007 to 2010 through its roaming camera-mounted cars and bicycles.