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Google to Launch Subscription Music Service

TechComments ⋅ May 15, 2013
It seems as if Google will seek to add a music subscription service to their repertoire, having ostensibly secured licensing deals with Universal Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment and Warner Music Group. Public speculation began to intensify afte...

Google Landsat Time-Lapse

CultureComments ⋅ May 10, 2013
A profound testament to both human progression and the effects of industrialism, Landsat is a project involving data from eight separate satellites that have orbited the Earth since 1972. Google partnered with the project to sift through the millions...

You Most Likely Don’t Own a Pair of Google Glass, But Here’s a First-Person Rundown

TechComments ⋅ May 1, 2013
The general public has largely been shutout of the whole Google Glass phenomenon for now with only select users afforded the opportunity to put the gadget through its paces. But that hasn’t stopped Google from giving those lucky users of the la...

Google Now Releases an iPhone and iPad App

TechComments ⋅ Apr 29, 2013
First announced back in June of 2012, Google has made its personal assistant-meets-updated search engine Google Now available for iOS users via the latest evolution of its Google Search app. Nearly identical to its Android counterpart, the app stream...

John Mayer Announces Born & Raised Tour, Performs via Google+ Hangout

MusicComments ⋅ Mar 24, 2013
After a vocal cord injury and other complications, American singer/songwriter John Mayer took a three-year hiatus from performing. While the pop/country musician was sorely missed, Mayer has recently announced the launch of his Born & Raised worl...

Google Keep Launches To Keep Track of Your Notes and Tasks

TechComments ⋅ Mar 21, 2013
Just as Google announced the impending demise of Google Reader, it has announced a new application for those looking to organize all their notes and lists in one place. Called Google Keep, the new application lets you quickly jot down notes and add c...

Google+ x adidas Talking Shoe by Art, Copy & Code, Zach Lieberman and YesYesNo

TechComments ⋅ Mar 12, 2013
First, Siri captured the hearts of a myriad bored middle class 20-somethings with a helpful, unwaveringly polite expansion on phone interaction. On a similar note, Google’s Art, Copy & Code follows this idea with their latest experiment: th...

Chrome Super Sync Sports

TechComments ⋅ Mar 7, 2013
In what comes as a bit of a surprise, tech giant Google has released Chrome Super Sync Sports – an interactive browser- and smartphone/tablet-based suite of game. Falling under what the company calls Chrome Experiment, the new game turns users&...

A Look into the Future with Google Glass

TechComments ⋅ Feb 24, 2013
Much like any piece of technology reminiscent of something seen in a retro edition of Star Trek, the Google Glass raises an eyebrow of apprehension — a gimmicky looking device that instantly abolishes any notion of style before seeking out its...

Google Glass

TechComments ⋅ Feb 20, 2013
Today marks news from Google that they’re moving out of the “project” phase and into a whole new testing cycle with a recently announced contest for Google Glass aimed at people who aren’t entrenched in the tech field. To kick...

A look Inside Google’s Tel Aviv Office

DesignComments ⋅ Feb 5, 2013
It is tough to imagine that any real work actually goes on in any Google offices all around the world and Google’s latest office in Tel Aviv definitely tops the list. Occupying a massive eight floors with spectacular views of the city, each spa...

Google Street Scene Highlights Street Views of Cinema Classics

ArtsComments ⋅ Jan 26, 2013
Recently making its debut on tumblr’s increasingly accessible blogging platform is Google Street Scene. Creatively making use of Street View from Google Maps, the site has highlighted scenes from the likes of The Godfather, No Country for Old M...

Ben West’s Google Image Dictionary

ArtsComments ⋅ Jan 16, 2013
For anyone who has ever been found guilty of looking up random words in Google Images just to see what would come up (haven’t we all), you can now experience it offline and literally at your fingertips. London artist Ben West has created a 1,20...

Google Maps Returns to the iPhone

TechComments ⋅ Dec 13, 2012
For those recently befuddled by their Apple Maps, iPhone users can breathe a sigh of relief with the news that Google Maps are returning to the popular smartphone. The release comes nearly three months after Apple Inc. replaced Google Maps as the dev...

Google Launches Real Life Mobile Game

LifestyleComments ⋅ Nov 16, 2012
Google’s smartphone app team Niantic Labs has released a new multiplayer gaming platform for mobile users that turns your real-world location into a virtual world. For example, if you are in Times Square in New York, the app’s built-in scatter map t...