I heard about this last week and just tried it out. Google is working with New York Times and Washington Post on a new revolutionary way to read the news. Timeline based news called Google Living Stories. Take a look. Just amazing isn’t it? It’s a lot easier to get in late and know exactly […]
This is damn smart!
These are the only words I can think of to describe wolframalpha, the computational knowledge engine. Give it the time, see how effective it can be. See the samples they show, and ook at examples from LifeHacker as well. Alas, the engine still does not know the secret of Monkey Island :`( Each query gives […]
This is actually pretty neat feature, and works fine once you identify a specific pretty popular object like the London bridge in the video, or Cars in my case. But not for places like Kuwait Towers for example. Maybe they’re still building up their full database. It seems to be taking the clouds heavily into […]
The number of times a day I find my self going to Google Translate or Googling for define: <word> is really amazing, and opening the page over and over is tedious as well. Leaving the tab open is a good way, but hey it will get lost soon in the middle of all the other […]
Google Images it seems is adding a new feature which is a color selection, available by adding the URL parameter &imgcolor=. While the feature may work quite well for some close up on animals like cats with black color, Another example for black cars however would show a much lower success rate, probably due to […]