In the final installment of this series – I am going to answer, without any browsing activity bias, the top 5 googled queries beginning with, “Should I –,
“When will I—”
I have done the research and saved you the keystrokes on what – according to Google algorithms and statistics – you’ve always wondered, wonder presently, or might wonder sometime in the future.
Today I am going to answer, without any browsing activity bias, the top 5 googled queries beginning with, “how do I –.”
The idea of a modular phone is really amazing, but there is something conspicuously absent from Google ATAP’s Project Ara press.
More of our lives are lived digitally by the day, and it’s time to start thinking about what happens to all this when we die: do we want it to go to someone else, to be erased, or to remain indefinitely in the ether(net)?
Nothing is better at making you feel accomplished like sweating until you melt. And nothing is better at making that even more satisfying than a few good running apps.
Google, guys. There was a lot doing at Google this week. Flipping through all my tech websites, I felt like Google was covered even more than normal.
Google has quietly changed their Glassware (software for Glass) policy – no nudity, graphic sex acts or sexually explicit material.
A true, first-hand account of a real-life ladydate with a real-life Glasshole. Let’s just say that the phrase “breakup-inducing cyborg face device” got tossed around.
Didja hear? Google reader is being deactivated on July 1st. Here are a few replacements.
I just want to read my daily news with someone that’s as flabbergasted as I am.
These 17 things will make you well more than 17% saner if you download them. I’d venture to say 170%!
Google’s got this unannounced “gaydar” feature and someone else has got this “is your son gay?” app and unfortunately, none of them work as well as your gut, ladies.
How Facebook’s approach to online identity is inherently flawed, especially if you like to queer things up.
Google+ is taking the interweb by storm! Read up on what you need to know and snag an invite while you’re at it!
They call their gay employees “Gayglers.” Really, Papi.
Because getting-shit-doneliness is next to Godliness.
Boy does Google have a treat in store for you word nerds, bookworms and history buffs! Meet the Google Ngram Viewer, a way to search hundreds of years of the written word, or at least 4% of published books from 1500-2008. Not only that, but you can chart words and trends against each other instantly. Be right back, I’ve gotta play with this for 100+ hours.
Meet Padmapper, an absolutely essential (free!) apartment hunting tool. Not apartment hunting right now? Bookmark this shit. It will change your life. You’ll never look at Craigslist (the same way) again.