We’re not sure what’s taken so long, but here it is. The Android Market finally gets a web store. It has a neat feature that will have iOS users green with envy: apps are automagically installed wirelessly.
We’ve been able to explore the Earth, our streets and even our bodies all for free, thanks to Google. Their most recent project lets us visit museums and view works of art with just a few clicks.
We’ve thrown all our Sudoku puzzles out of sheer frustration. Too bad we didn’t have this Google tech in our hands. It can grab an image of a puzzle and solve it faster than a human Sudoku champ.
Honeycomb features lots of apps and widgets. An ever present status bar with virtual buttons helps with navigation. Apps include Google eBooks, a tablet-optimized GMail app and Google Maps 5.0.
Google’s world domination has made its way into space. They recently launched Android figurines, Nexus S phones, and GoPro HD cameras to 100,000 feet to capture data (and this cool video).
After enabling us to explore the Earth, the sea and the streets, Google is thinking smaller. From the company’s Labs comes the Body Browser, which is basically Google Earth for the human body.
Three animators show off the power of Google Docs by creating a short animation using nothing but Google’s online office software and three days of their lives. View the slideshow itself here.
Need help helping your loved ones with their computer problems? Teach Parents Tech lets you email links for 12 instructional videos. We hope your relatives already know how to check email.
Now that Google has revealed its Chrome notebook PC, what better way to prove the value of storing all your stuff “in the cloud”, but to destroy a few computers, and get back to work instantly.
While it’s not the speediest way to get around, you have to hand it to these guys who spent 5 days clicking their way across America using Google Streetview for their Demo Slam entry.
Aside from the curvy Nexus S, Google seems to be close to launching the cloud-based Chrome OS as well, along with a specially designed notebook. US residents can apply to be pilot testers here.
Google Earth plus Wayback Machine equals Earth Engine. The new technology stores historical and daily satellite imagery and data to allow scientists to observe planetary changes over time.
So how good is Google Goggles at recognizing locations? These guys decided to dress up as Mount Rushmore and see what the app did. The results are surprising. It’s all part of Google’s Demo Slam.
Ok, Radiohead’s video for House of Cards isn’t new, but did you know that you can manipulate the 3D plotting technologies they used to create it on Google code? Inspired, mindbending, cool stuff.
Sony’s first to market Google TV integrated HDTVs. LCD models range from 24-inch to 46-inch, all capable of watching tons of internet content, and running Android apps starting in early 2011.
We knew that Google Street View was a cool way to explore big cities and country backroads, but we had no idea they had POV shots of Antarctica. No cars. Just snow, rocks, and lots of penguins.
If you struggle to keep your email box tidy, Google’s new tech might help. Gmail Priority Inbox uses fancy algorithms to automagically put your most important messages at the top of the list.
The Wilderness Downtown by Chris Milk uses Chrome to create an interactive and hyperactive music video for Arcade Fire’s “We Used To Wait”, and showcase the power of HTML5. Try it here.
Google’s new plugin lets you call phones right from within Gmail’s chat window. Calls to the US & Canada are free for at least this year; check out Google’s blog for more info.
Taiwan’s NMA World Edition has been rockin’ the interwebs with their brilliant animated recreations of news events. This time, Sergey and Larry take the wraps off their plans for global domination.
Google’s Voice Actions app for Android 2.2 phones gives voice commands a major boost. It lets users create text messages, write notes, play music, search for websites and more, all via voice.
The BuzzFeed editors used Google Maps’ Get Directions feature to insert song lyrics with geographical references. We’ve also got a shot of the Journey mash-up that started the meme.
If you had any doubts that Google was watching your every move, just install this Firefox plug-in which fires off an annoying airhorn alarm every time data is sent to Google as you browse the web.
This clever one-take video from hip hop artist Legrand and students at Temple University Tokyo features Windows XP, OS X Snow Leopard, Ableton Live, Twitter, Second-Life, Skype and more.
Featuring a vastly-improved touchscreen user interface, YouTube’s new mobile website looks awesome on iPhones, Evos, Droids, and any mobile web browser with full HTML5 support.
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