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

Relevance: 100%      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: 100%      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…

Google Camel: Google Maps Street View for the Desert

Relevance: 98%      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…

Google.by isn’t owned by Google

Relevance: 97%      Posted on: January 5, 2006

If you've recently heard of the news that Google.by has ads on its homepage, then it's true. But why so when Google says no ads on its homepage? It's because Google.by isn't owned by Google. John Battelle breaks the story of a pending case by Google here. Those Adsense-looking ads aren't real either.

Google launches Google Keep note-taking service

Relevance: 95%      Posted on: March 21, 2013

Google has just launched a new note-taking service called Google Keep that lets you write notes, create checklists, enter voice notes or snap photos and annotate it. Google Keep is basically like Evernote but with Google spread out across it, so a Google account is required so Keep can sync your notes on your desktop and mobile devices. Below is a list of features: Keep track of your thoughts via notes, lists and photos Have voice notes transcribed automatically Use homescreen widgets to capture thoughts quickly Color-code your notes to help find them later Swipe…

Google Play redesign might come soon, Google I/O?

Relevance: 94%      Posted on: March 21, 2013

Folks over at Droid-Life has gotten an alleged version of the Google Play Store, version 4.0, which brings a major UI overhaul. Gone is the boxy-UI from the old version, and here comes all the bright colors and a massive dedication for Android's Holo UI. Overall, it looks lighter and cleaner with similar feels to other Google apps like Google Now, YouTube and even things all the way down to Android's messaging app. The new Play interface fits perfectly with the other services of the company, so it seems very logical for the update to arrive. If you're asking about…

Google unifies Drive, Gmail Google+ Photos storage

Relevance: 91%      Posted on: May 14, 2013

Instead of having 10GB for Gmail and another 5 GB for Drive and Google+ Photos, youll now get 15GB of unified storage for free to use as you like between Drive, Gmail, and Google+ Photos. This new combined storage space makes it easier for Google users to manage their files online. So whether you're heavy on emails, documents, or photos, you don't have to worry about how much youre storing and where. Google will also make updates on their Google Drive storage page to give you stats on how you're managing your storage space. If you need more space you…

A playable Pac-Man on Google

Relevance: 90%      Posted on: May 22, 2010

It's been a tradition in Google to re-decorate the Google logo on the homepage of the search engine. The designs usually commemorate an anniversary or celebration of historical significance. Most of the time, it's just a play on the letters of the word Google but this time, the entire logo is practically playable. Just check out this Pac-Man game over at the homepage of Google. Might take several seconds for it to load but once it does, you'll be surprised. This is probably the most interesting of all the Google Doodle I've seen.

How much for Google Services?

Relevance: 89%      Posted on: January 15, 2007

Over at Google Blogoscope, Philipp Lenssen points to a forum discussion how much would one pay for a Google Service. Here's the top Google list: Google Search - Php200/month GMail - Php150/month Google WebMaster Tools - Php100/month Google Toolbar - Php50/month Of the 4 I listed, I'm only really serious with Google Search (as I do a lot of research). GMail is next in line only because I'm able to consolidate all my accounts into one and use Mobile GMail. I'm actually willing to spend something around sub-1k for these services. So, can you name your price for any of…

GWEI: Google Will Eat Itself

Relevance: 89%      Posted on: December 11, 2005

Google Will Eat Itself - GWEI is a subversive web project, which aims to buy Google with funds generated via Adsense - Google's own advertising program. GWEI.com is designed to look like a serious website about web marketing and business but like so many other websites, the real objective is to hijack hits from people searching for information and subsequently lure them into clicking the ads. Each time someone clicks one of the Google text-ads, GWEI receives a micropayment, which will be invested in Google shares. In other words: Google will slowly be bought via its own advertisement-system! The project…