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.
The big G has finally launched their phone app to anyone in the U.S. who wants it. Google Voice gives you a free roaming phone number, voicemail, text messages and cheap global calls.
A monster has kidnapped the princess and threatens to destroy the galaxy. The hero can still save the day, if only he can cross the vast chasm that separates them. But wait – there’s still hope!
This clever website mashes up Google Maps street view locations with old photographs taken at precisely the same spot years ago. So far, they’ve got over 2000 pics, and you can submit your own.
Get a glimpse into some of the strangest, dumbest, and downright funniest search queries, all from real people, through the magic of search engine sample data. Our favorite: “Get Rid of Friendly Ghost.”
This just-announced software and hardware combo will lets you search content from the web, cable, satellite or media library from your TV and control it all with an Android phone or Harmony remote.
Watching this time-lapse video of London’s Google employees creating their company’s logo out of 884 photos makes us wonder how long it would take to do this in black and white for ourselves.
Google has released a new beta for Chrome and has brought the browserâ€™s speed to life with a series of unconventional speed tests; specifically, comparisons to lightning, sound and a potato.
Artist Christoph Niemann apes the style of Google Maps in his clever cartographic illustrations in his Abstract City column in The New York Times. We’ve been down all these roads at some point.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably seen a few of those sentimental Google search ads on TV. College Humor’s parody is all about looking for love in the Star Wars universe.
Android users won’t be left out in the cold if Neofonie has its way: its WePad tablet sports an 11.6″ display, Atom N450 CPU, GMA 3150 graphics, webcam, and UMTS modem.
Not to be outdone by Topeka, the city of Duluth takes pandering to new heights with an announcement from the mayor himself: all firstborn children will be known as Google/ette Fiber.
The Boneyard near Tucson, Arizona is where old military aircraft permanently bail out, and is viewable on Google Maps; there are over 4,000 planes spread out across 2,600 acres.
First social networks, then ISPs, and now entire mountains: the Google Snowmobile brings Street View to the slopes of Vancouver’s Whistler Mountain, just in time for the winter Olympics.
Apple’s not the only company that can do cool product videos: Google, HTC, and Audience engineers talk about the History of the Nexus One and also reveal two new docks.
Uploaded two days before Apple’s iPad unveiling, this Chrome OS Tablet UI may be a warning shot across Cupertino’s bow; it’s purely conceptual, but it’s also made by a Google employee.
The Google Street View Guys are back, this time mapping the entire world from every angle in Google Earth Guys; hilarious yet also a bit sad, at least their odyssey ends with rebirth.
Google Voice arrives on the iPhone and Palm Pre courtesy HTML5; you’ll need to access it via your browser, but outgoing calls will display on Caller ID with your Google Voice number.
Mixing assassins with Google’s Nexus One thankfully only results in a lot of shredded cardboard: Ninja’s Unboxing is a sharp warning to blister packs and shrink wrapping everywhere.
Like many of you we’ve been watching the grim news coming out of Haiti; learn how you can help by visiting Google’s aid roundup, or stop by Boing Boing for the latest news.
Google’s Nexus One is official: it’s available unlocked or via T-Mo/VZW and features a 3.7″ AMOLED touchscreen, 5 MP camera, video recording, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and Android 2.1.
NORAD and Santa go social for 2009, adding Facebook, Twitter, Picasa, and mobile phones to their sleigh; need visual tracking? Watch him on Google Maps or Santa Cam.
Set to music by The Temper Trap, Whirled bids a collaborative adieu to this year using Google Wave with Waving Goodbye to 2009; it’s surprisingly concise, albeit fast-paced. Thanks, Kevin!
Audi’s new creme-de-la-creme A8 also gets Mountain View’s best of breed: drivers will be able to navigate in 3D using Google Earth on an 8″ LCD screen thanks to a built-in UMTS modem.
We’re not sure if this SkyNet t-shirt is an exercise in cognitive dissonance or cyborg destruction; with Los Angeles the latest city to join the Cloud/Cyberdyne, it may be time to call on Connor.
If you liked the quirky Google Japan ad, this Chrome Features video by Google UK is a not only a rundown of the browser’s abilities, but an exercise in Rube Goldbergian creativity.
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