Google’s first big change from the Google I/O conference The new responsive design of Google+ has been rolled out to a limited set of users is image focused, multi-column, and loads more quickly than before. Here’s a screenshot of what the feed looks like: It seems to be a limited release. After checking with some… Continue reading The Google+ redesign is Pinterestesque (with a little Facebook sprinkled on top)
It’s not a coincidence that Google is the target of numerous attacks from journalists, politicians, and even bar owners. The technology is a true game-changer. It has the potential to push us further into the world of wearable tech. Soon, we may all be accepting of our Borg overlords. One of the effects that this… Continue reading The Google Glass effect
Students, teachers, and researchers around the globe have used Wikipedia to extend their understanding on just about every subject of general interest known to humans. It isn’t just the academic types. Most people refer to Wikipedia on a regular basis to answer questions, in large part due to the fact that Google loves the site… Continue reading Amazing facts about Wikipedia
The world of dating is going to get easier – and more complicated – thanks to Google glass. It’s already so easy to find out about various topics or to learn about a person in particular just by using our smartphones, but when Google Glass arrives, it will make it easier to go covert with… Continue reading Google Glass will make dating easier. Or maybe not.
If there’s one thing that can be said about Boston Dynamics, it’s that they never cease to amaze us with the capabilities of their robotic creations. “BigDog” has been the topic of past posts here and this one may be the most awesome capability yet. Maintaining balance is one of the biggest challenges facing legged-robot… Continue reading BigDog tosses cinder blocks across the room like a robotic boss
When Google first announced the Glass Project nearly a year ago, it looked like a nice enhancement to life that puts many of the powers of smartphones into the handsfree realm of wearable tech. Using voice commands and visual displays in the top right corner of view, the dream was to connect the world through… Continue reading Google Glass may be the ultimate distraction that could kill any of us