The Blu-ray release of The Beatles “Help!” debuted in the US, and promotion of the 1965 movie will continue with a daily game supported by Google maps.
Ever notice how measured and diplomatic doctors can be when you go in for a check-up or a specific problem? A lot of them would like to be perfectly honest, but they don’t want to embarrass you or overwhelm you.
Maybe Google isn’t the best place to go when you have question about The Beatles.
Are you an app addict? Carnegie Mellon University looked at data from the most popular apps in Google’s Android store to see which collect private information. The results will surprise many!
Have you seen those crazy Googles glasses everyone was wearing at fashion week? You can use them to find where the nearest subway is, get the weather report and even send and receive messages!
Some will love this, many will not. New York City subways are getting free WI-FI this summer courtesy of Google!
Many prominent webpages on the internet are taking the day off today. In a very unified protest against the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and PROTECT IP Act (PIPA) that Congress is thinking about passing, […]
Les Paul would have turned 96 years old today, and the best way you can honor anyone these days is by having Google design and devote their homepage (a “Google Doodle”) to you for the […]
When documentary filmmaker D.A. Pennebaker followed [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Bob Dylan[/lastfm] around England during the young folk singer’s three week concert tour in 1965, it’s doubtful that the pair knew what an iconic film they would be […]
April fool’s day usually means some harmless and predictable pranks like telling people you’re pregnant or moving, but big companies also get in on the fun! In 2000, Google told everyone to sit in front […]