Tag Archive | "Google"

Google: The Exquisite Forest Experiment

Sunday, July 22, 2012

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How many of us have had this idea before? I’ll claim to, but never could quite wrangle the resources to create it, then along came Google (with a few partners and a tonne of resource) to create The Exquisite Forest, a Chrome Experiment no doubt, where a HTML 5 drawing application meets animation engine to [...]

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Google Chrome Web Lab Experiments

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

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As Google continues it’s Chrome Experiments, we’ll now be lucky enough to see them in the flesh with a year-long public exhibition at the Science Museum in London. The Chrome Web Lab Installations can be interacted with by anyone, anywhere at at the Chrome Web Lab Site. The Lab is made up of 5 Chrome [...]

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LEGO: Build with Google Chrome

Wednesday, June 27, 2012

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It was only a matter of time before Lego released something like this and it’s pretty cool! LEGO and Google Chrome have joined forces to create Build, the largest LEGO set the world has ever seen, online on a Google map. The video above is one of the ads for Build and shows the Sydney [...]

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Video: YouTube’s 7th Birthday Celebration

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

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May 21st 2012 marks the 7th Birthday of YouTube, and to celebrate they’ve compiled a video showcasing everything that has made them great to this very day, including a host of great statistics about what happens on YouTube. Thanks Alicia. Here’s just a few YouTube stats for 2012: There are over 4 Billion Videos viewed [...]

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The Google Art Project Update

Friday, April 6, 2012

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The Google Art Project has just been updated and now comes complete with 30,000 high-res pieces from 151 museums covering 40 countries. The entire experience is viewable via a street-view style interface and now tied directly into Google+, including the new addition of “Hangouts” to let you browse the museums with friends in real time. [...]

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Google April Fools: 8-Bit Google Maps

Monday, April 2, 2012

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Simply awesome. For the last few years Google has thrown out great little April Fools, and this might just be the coolest (or at least the most old-skool) yet, launching this video promoting 8-Bit Google Maps for Nintendo! And while it’s obvious it’s an April Fools prank, they actually built it into Google Maps and [...]

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Introducing Google Play: iTunes for Android!

Monday, March 19, 2012

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Welcome to Google Play, you can be forgiven for thinking this is just iTunes for Android, because you’d be right, it is. But Google does take it a little further I guess, as the Google Play platform is ready to connect with their smart TV platform, which will give them a slight edge, if you [...]

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Infographic: 24 Hours on the Internet

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

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Here’s a great infographic showing what happens on the internet every 24 hours, and as you’d have guessed, it’s a lot. The volume of blog posts, time spent on Facebook and video content being uploaded to YouTube has exploded yet again! A few facts that really stand out – each day: 294 billion e mails are [...]

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Video: Introducing Google Chrome for Android

Monday, February 13, 2012

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Well it looks like Google Chrome’s browser share is set to sky-rocket, with the introduction of Chrome for Android. It’s introduction for the new 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS, means users can now experience synced tabs, favourites and the like, across desktop, notebook, mobile and tablet devices, so you can pretty much access your browsing [...]

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Google Maps: Explore Your World Ad

Sunday, January 15, 2012

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It seems like Google has been pumping out a tonne of new ads recently… and this one, launched just a few days ago at CES 2012, again honours their famous analogue story telling style. The ad takes the form of the classic labyrinth game that you might have on your iPhone, but is re-imagined as [...]

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