Google and Abbey Road Studios have teamed up to produce "Inside Abbey Road" a virtual tour of the infamous recording studios in London. Visit the main control room, Studios 1, 2 and 3, also the mastering suite of building. The trip will take you through 150 different 360-degree panoramic images.
It’s a familiar scenario for most people: You haven’t watched the latest episode of Game of Thrones or Mad Men, or you’ve yet to make it to the theater to check out the latest movie your friends have all been gushing over. But social media is an irresistible force, so you hop on Twitter or Facebook anyway, and soon find yourself navigating a minefield. At any given moment, you might read a spoiler. Lucky for you, there may soon be an app for that.
Getting on the field is the dream of all football fans.
Oakland Raiders punter Chris Kluwe is doing his part to make that happen.
Kluwe donned Google Glass and then headed out onto the field during Raiders training camp, enabling others to experience just what is happening on the field, while he holds snaps for kicker Sebastian Janikowski...
It's nice to know that Google isn't just harvesting information about us and selling it to advertisers. Look! They also used our searches to make this video! The video, 'Zeitgeist 2012: Year In Review,' shows the top (non-porn) search terms for the last year and includes video as much as possible...
Thanks to Google StreetView, if you want to take a trip to Abbey Road all you have to do is type in the famous address and click “zoom.” That’s what the folks at the German website Whudat did, and they found that the street crossing which John, Paul, George and Ringo made famous looks fairly similar today as it did in 1969.
Several Google employees recently swapped their laptops for carving knives and spent the day whittling six enormous pumpkins with the letters of the search engine’s name.
The result? The Halloween Google Doodle, of course.
In an effort to highlight global censorship campaigns, Google’s biannual transparency report revealed a 70 percent increase in takedown requests by the US government and law enforcement agencies.