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Google Glass: If You Want One, You Better Get It Now Google Glass: If You Want One, You Better Get It Now

As has been widely reported, Google Glass, at least in its current form, is going away. Google says it will continue to develop the technology, and we might see a different version somewhere down the line, but the Glass Explorer …

Google Glass: Looking Back On 3 Years Of Ridicule Google Glass: Looking Back On 3 Years Of Ridicule

It was nearly three years ago that Google first unveiled its “crazy future glasses,” under the label Project Glass, which would go on to become known as simply “Google Glass”. Now, as you may have heard, Google is halting general …

Google Gives Webmasters New Structured Data Tool Google Gives Webmasters New Structured Data Tool

Google announced that it is giving webmasters a new structured data tool to help them author and publish markup on their websites. The new tool, it says, will better reflect Google’s interpretation of your content. The tool provides validation for …

Your Brand’s Social Profiles Can Now Appear In Google’s Knowledge Graph Your Brand’s Social Profiles Can Now Appear In Google’s Knowledge Graph

As some have noticed, Google has started displaying social media profiles in the Knowledge Graph area of search results pages for many brand searches. If you search for Wendy’s, for example, you can very clearly see links to their profiles …

Google Glass Is Going Off the Market, but It’s Not Dead Yet Google Glass Is Going Off the Market, but It’s Not Dead Yet

As of January 19, the average Joe will no longer be able to purchase Google Glass. Google is shutting down its Glass Explorer program, which first opened up in 2013. It wasn’t until May of 2014 that Google began selling …

Google Wants Some Ideas For Webmaster Tools Again. Got Any? Google Wants Some Ideas For Webmaster Tools Again. Got Any?

Google is once again calling on webmasters for ideas on how to improve Google Search and Webmaster Tools. The company put out a brief Google+ update early this morning: What would you like to see from Google Websearch & Webmaster …

What You Get With Google Domains (Now Open To All In The U.S.) What You Get With Google Domains (Now Open To All In The U.S.)

Back in June, Google launched Google Domains on an invitation-only basis, effectively making the search giant a domain registrar. Noting that 55% of small businesses still didn’t have a website, Google set out to make it easier for them to …

Google Translate Just Became More Magical Google Translate Just Became More Magical

Google just launched a major update for Google Translate, which enables users to point their smartphone cameras at words (such as on signs), and have them instantly translated. Before, you could snap a picture, and Google would translate the words …

Another Publisher Goes After Google For Unpaid AdSense Earnings Another Publisher Goes After Google For Unpaid AdSense Earnings

There’s been a lot of this going around lately. Publishers are getting banned from Google AdSense after Google tells them they’re in violation of their rules. This happens after the publisher accrues a sizable amount of earnings and readies for …

Charlie Hebdo Gets Help from Google for Massive Print Run Charlie Hebdo Gets Help from Google for Massive Print Run

Though French weekly Charlie Hebdo was knocked down, the satirical magazine is looking to bounce back in a big way – and Google has stepped up to help the cause. The paper is planning a massive print run next week …

Yahoo Up, Google Down After Firefox Switch Yahoo Up, Google Down After Firefox Switch

Well, it looks like that deal Yahoo struck with Mozilla is making a pretty significant difference in the U.S. search market. Obviously Google is still dominating by a very wide margin, but since the deal went into effect, Yahoo has …

CES: Google Is Making Video Ad Reporting Better CES: Google Is Making Video Ad Reporting Better

At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Google made a couple of big advertiser-related announcements. For one, they’ve added over 30 broadcasters, premium publishers, and major brands to Google Partner Select, the premium video service they launched last year. …

Google Cuts Google TV Dev Support, Focuses On Android TV, Cast Google Cuts Google TV Dev Support, Focuses On Android TV, Cast

It’s hard to believe, but it’s been just shy of five years since Google first unveiled Google TV at Google I/O in 2010. There were a lot of hopes for the platform that launched with partnerships with Sony, Logitech, and …

CES: Google Announces ‘Cast For Audio’ CES: Google Announces ‘Cast For Audio’

With the Consumer Electronics Show happening in Las Vegas, Google just announced Google Cast for audio, enabling users of compatible apps to cast audio content to cast-ready speakers. Google says in the announcement: In 2014, many of you—millions, in fact—helped …

CES: Acer Announces Chromebook 15 With 15.6-Inch Display CES: Acer Announces Chromebook 15 With 15.6-Inch Display

At the Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas, Acer announced a new Chromebook, which is the first of its type to offer a 15.6-inch display. It’s called the Chromebook 15. The device uses 5th Generation Intel Core i3 and next generation …

CES: Google’s Nest Gets A Bunch Of New Integrations CES: Google’s Nest Gets A Bunch Of New Integrations

Last summer, Google’s Nest Labs unveiled its first “Works with Nest” integrations. These are experiences created by third-party developers that enable Nest to work with different types of products. The first integrations included: one from Jawbone to adjust your home …

2014 Trending Topics Highlighted With Google Doodle 2014 Trending Topics Highlighted With Google Doodle

With New Year’s Eve here, Google is celebrating the end of the year with a doodle on its homepage pointing users to 2014 trending topics. It’s an animated doodle that shows the word Google turning into “2014,” with each number …

Google Talk Deals With Deep Value Investing Google Talk Deals With Deep Value Investing

“Deep Value: Why Activist Investors and Other Contrarians Battle for Control of Losing Corporations” is a book by Tobias Carlisle, but also the topic of an hour-long discussion hosted by Google last month. This is part of the “Talks at …

Run Linux In A Window On Your Chromebook Run Linux In A Window On Your Chromebook

Google “Happiness Evangelist” François Beaufort announced on Google+ that a Google intern added support to run Crouton (Chromium OS Universal Chroot Environment) in a Chrome OS Window. This means people can run the Linux distributions of their choice on Chrome …

Googles.com Is Looking For Equity Partners Googles.com Is Looking For Equity Partners

Yes, you read that right. I can’t say I’ve ever heard of this one, but apparently Google reached a settlement with Googles.com at one point. This was, according to Googles.com, a registered domain name before the days of Google.com. A …

Google Talk Discusses Living On A Dollar A Day Google Talk Discusses Living On A Dollar A Day

Google recently hosted The Forgotten International founder and president Thomas Nazario for a talk, in which he talks “Living on a Dollar a Day,” which is the title of his book about that very subject. “Slightly over one billion people …