Google cuts out the middleman and the mid-range smartphone tier with the new Nexus 5. It has a 5″ 1080p screen, LTE, a quad-core 2.26GHz Snapdragon 800 CPU, 2GB RAM, 8mp camera and runs on the new Android 4.4 KitKat.
Lamborghini allowed Google Street View into its museum in Sant’Agata Bolognese, Italy. The 360º tour lets you check out Lambo’s supercars, one-off models, race cars and more. You can even zoom in to the interior of some of the cars.
An amazing interactive music video for Arcade Fire’s latest single, directed by Vincent Morisset. Uses Google Chrome and your webcam to turn your smartphone into a virtual mirror that controls portions of the video. More info here.
Visit one of the world’s most biodiverse locales thanks to Google Street View’s newly-released 360-degree POV maps and footage of the Galapagos Islands. View the amazing animals and vistas captured during their journey here.
Motorola promotes the Moto X’s exclusive voice-activated Touchless Control feature by portraying other smartphones as lazy and sleazy bros. We can’t see how the Moto X could’ve helped with the Sharon problem though.
The Nexus 7 gets updated with a 1920 x 1200 1080p IPS display, dual stereo speakers, a 1.5Ghz Snapdragon CPU and 2GB RAM. The tablet also now has a 5mp rear camera and runs Android 4.3. LTE variants coming soon.
The Chromecast is an HDMI dongle that lets you send online content from your mobile device or computer to your HDTV or monitor. It works with Netflix, YouTube, Google Play and the Chrome browser, with more compatible apps on the way.
Google Glass doesn’t have a lot of interactive features yet, but it may already have a killer app. Its voice search is so good it’s terrifying. It’s basically outsourced thinking. Memorization may soon be obsolete.
Playground Inc. presents its ideas for Google Glass apps. The company says that all of these can be made today, but they can’t be implemented with the current battery technology and the API for Glass. More here.
Google thanks the number one ladies in our lives. The videos and images were uploaded by YouTube and Google+ members. The all-knowing company forgot to include the most important data, but we’ve got your back.
Google revolutionizes its industry-leading e-mail application Gmail, by redesigning and recreating something while at the same time keeping it exactly the same. Ironically, “Blue” is the codename for the next version of Windows.
All good things must come to an end. Or so says Google, who claims that YouTube is shutting down, but not before they announce the best YouTube video ever. While you’re waiting for that, check out Google’s other new projects.
This fun Google Chrome experiment transforms any website into a playing field for an online game of Super Monkey Ball. Coolest part is that you can use your smartphone as the controller for your computer’s browser.