How to make Google a video game.
How to make Google a video game.
Pinterest’s search potential could definitely use the boost from VisualGraph.
Google basically knows all. So what has it done for you lately?
A JP Morgan analyst thinks Google’s stock is worth more than $1,000 per share, which would make it one of the most expensive stocks on the market.He’s not alone, as nearly a dozen other analysts have a similar price target on the search giant’s shares.
How many emails, tweets, likes, searches, video views, photo uploads, and porn streams happen in a minute?
How a copied-and-pasted excerpt of a story can still outrank an 8,000-word original. And why publishers aren’t the ones to blame.
Google’s new transparency report is out, this time with information about subpoenas, search warrants, and court orders.
Google is becoming less useful, and Facebook search isn’t ready yet. Welcome to the search desert.
The quiet terror of Dark Search.
And everyone’s searching for “binders full of women.”
So far, “social search” for Google and Microsoft has mostly meant pulling in results from Google+ and Facebook that are often less than useful. But now Google’s scouring your Gmail for results.
Terrified of being left behind, Google has trapped its users in the present.
The comedian is impersonating a famous golfer for the world’s most ambitious Google Images prank. (Think Santorum, but funnier.)
All I want is for Google to show me some pizza. All Google wants is to show me some Google.
Million Short is a search engine with a clever trick: it skips the top million results and takes you straight to the garbage. Remember when all we had was Altavista and Yahoo? This is like that, and I love it.
The White House’s search function, which is powered by Bing, uses word-association data from the broader Internet to steer searches on the site. It’s a feature, not a bug, that produces some entertaining results, including the question of whether George Washington was the first black president.
Google or Bing? Bing or Google? Which search engine has the biggest problem with, you know, them? Let’s have a good old-fashioned race (search) war!
But that doesn’t mean he’ll do well at the polls. The Google Politics and Elections team sends over this chart of which candidate people are searching for in Alabama and Mississippi, and Rick Santorum is leading. That was also true on Super Tuesday — when he lost a majority of states.
I find both adding fractions and navigating Tumblr pretty basic, I must be a genius. Also, apparently people still write letters - probably mostly to people in jail. View Image ›
Interesting. I was looking for a reason why my DVD-R stored music won’t upload to iTunes. View Image ›
A group a Scottish artists have created a robot band-in-a-box called Cybraphon. The mood of the music being played changes based on real-time searches on how well received the Cybraphon is by people online. Watch Video ›
holy cow … this is huge!
Ask a stupid question, get a stupid answer. Conversely, ask a pompous question, get a pompous answer. Google knows all. View Image ›
Google Zeitgeist releases Google’s fastest rising search terms of 2008, meaning the ones that rose the most in frequency as compared to 2007. All the expected terms are there (Obama, Facebook, etc.) but, David Cook? Really, world?
The new social networking website, Ziggs.com, apparently allows users to get instant emails every time someone Googles them and checks out their profile. Sign up and you’ll find out where the searcher is located, what time the search occurred and what key words were used in the search to find you on Google. Damn, there goes anonymously stalking someone on the internet. Read More ›
A new search engine hopes to rival Google. Launched by former Google engineers, Cuil (pronounced ‘cool’) claims to be larger and more relevant than Google, and it’s got a pretty slick look. Read More ›
A popular search engine for video that uses speech-recognition software to enhance results. Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation and Google are both rumored to be looking into buying the company before it goes public. Read More ›