Google is celebrating John Lennon’s 70th birthday with a commemorative Doodle — complete with animation and music.
Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google, has a history of saying frightening things about his company’s power.
Inhabitants of the Antarctic will be glad to hear that their desire to access cutting edge technology is finally being recognized. (via Techland)
If you go to Google something today, you may notice yourself staring at Fred Flintstone. Why?
Apparently, in France you can’t algorithmically link a convicted sex offender with the term rape, until all of his appeals have been exhausted.
Google hits the tween years today, and celebrated with a new homepage “doodle.”
It’s not a set of keys, or a pair of glasses, but a city with a population of 90,000. However, for at least a month this summer, Google’s computers managed to “lose” the city of Sunrise, Florida
Could Google Wave do this?
It’s official: Americans like browsing photos of old friends more than searching for actually relevant information.
The powerhouse search company will reportedly be launching a music service in time for the holidays this year. So, what does this mean for iTunes?