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Google Video Ads coming up

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: May 24, 2006

Apart from the usual contextual text ads that we're familiar with, we've also seen some images ads once and a while as well as trhe rare animated ads. Now, Google is introducing "video ads" as well and we might see some of them later this week. The video expansion, announced late Monday, will affect thousands of Web sites that rely on Google to post ads related to the surrounding material on a page. For instance, a news story about housing might prompt Google to display an ad for real estate agents. Google isn't allowing the video ads to appear on…

Google intros 360 degree video ads on YouTube

Relevance: 91%      Posted on: July 23, 2015

Google has just introduced 360 degree video ads on YouTube to help advertisers engage its customers in a more immersive way. The 360 degree video ads work in Chrome and YouTube app on Android and iOS. You just need to click and play like any other YouTube video but you now have the ability to explore every angle by dragging your mouse or moving your phone to shift your point of view. These videos were created using 360 degree cameras like the Ricoh Theta, Kodak SP360, Giroptic 360cam, or IC Real Tech Allie. Below are some examples: https://youtu.be/K_J8k43gUhY https://youtu.be/bBZhuqPRx9c https://youtu.be/79uA-gHvw18…

Take photos while recording video with Google Camera

Relevance: 90%      Posted on: May 9, 2014

Good news for Android users! A new update thats rolling out right now is the 2.1 version of Google Camera which lets you capture photos in the middle of video recording just by simply tapping the screen. Apart from other reported bug fixes, there's also a download link directing to the APK for those who couldnt wait. Google Camera made its official debut back in April that came with the Lens Blur feature among other things. This time around, downloading the version 2.1.042 adds the screenshot feature in case something picture-worthy comes up while on video capture mode. Apart from…

YouTube Releases #GoogleMissKoNa 360-degree Video for OFWs

Relevance: 70%      Posted on: September 2, 2015

Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) go through a lot of hardships in order to support their loved ones here in the Philippines, but none may be harder than feeling homesick. So in line with the celebration of the National Heroes Day, Google Philippines released a heart-warming music video called #GoogleMissKoNa 360 Video for OFWs for these modern day heroes. According to the search giants local arm, #GoogleMissKoNa is the first locally-produced 360-degree video. Users who watches the video on Google Chrome or on Android devices with YouTube app can change the angle of the camera by dragging the screen or using…

Instagram Video now available

Relevance: 65%      Posted on: June 21, 2013

Instagram brings video recording capabilities to their recently updated app, allowing users to upload short clips to the popular photo-sharing social networking service. Now on version 4.0, the newly updated Instagram app lets users record up to 15 seconds of clips through the Instagram Camera and choose from 13 filters made specially for video. Instagram even added a "world-class" image stabilization to help users create decent videos even when walking or moving fast. Check out the video below to see these features in action. Instagram for iOS version 4.0 is currently available for download in Apples App Store and Instagram…

Google Knows: All the places you’ve been on Google Maps

Relevance: 63%      Posted on: July 24, 2015

Here's another little bit of personal information about you that Google knows -- all the places you've been on Google Maps. And you can actually review all of those locations on Google Maps, including the date where you visited those places. Just go to www.google.com/maps/timeline. The interactive maps will put red dots on places you have been to ever since you've used Google Maps. Of course, it will not be able to detect you if you did not use Maps when you happen to visit places. So the ones shown here are my location record and some of them are…

Google Latitude: Find Friends on Google Maps

Relevance: 63%      Posted on: February 4, 2009

Google has just introduced Google Latitude on top of its mapping service. The new feature enables you to track friends on Google Maps via their GPS-capable mobile phone. Latitude is available on most phones -- the Blackberry, S60, and Windows Mobile, and will be available on Android in the next few days. It's highly likely it will be coming to the iPhone, through Google Mobile App, very soon -- according to the official Google blog. I tried installing it on my Nokia 5800 and it replaced my existing Google Maps to version 3. Here are some of the screenshots I…

Why YouTube is a good buy for Google?

Relevance: 62%      Posted on: October 10, 2006

So, after days of speculations Google finally announced its acquisition of YouTube today (Oct. 9 in the US). I have only 3 points to consider why this buy-out is a good one for Google: Google has the resources to relieve YouTube of its major operating costs - servers, storage and bandwidth. Google has tons and tons of it and by taking over YouTube, expect video streaming to be faster. YouTube's current monetization scheme primarily includes Google Adsense, so Google definitely knows how much YouTube is earning from it and its potential to draw more revenue and eyeballs. This gave Google…

Google Chromebook Pixel leaks, MacBook competitor?

Relevance: 62%      Posted on: February 7, 2013

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A video just made the rounds on the internet claiming to be Googles very own laptop, named the Chromebook Pixel. The video comes from a company named Slinky. The leaked video was taken down after a while, but was uploaded on YouTube soon enough. The companys CEO, Victor Koch, claimed on Google Plus that they have been hacked and some of their projects have been leaked. More interesting is that Sergey Brin is tagged on the apology note. The Chromebook Pixel, named Google Link by the source, features a super high-res screen with a resolution of 2560 x 1700. To…

Google Camel: Google Maps Street View for the Desert

Relevance: 62%      Posted on: October 10, 2014

Will Google's very high tech way to map cities, streets and space, it chose the most conventional solution to map vast amounts of desert land. It's called Google Camel. We've normally see the multi-camera setup on top cars along EDSA (spotted one last year here) in January this year when Google formally introduced Street View in the Philippines. We've also seen the Trekker which can be mounted at the back of a person like a backpack (Google used this to map a walking tour of Intramuros). For other regions like the desert, Google picked a camel. It's the first animal…