Google – Year in Search 2014


In 2014 we searched trillions of times. What do these searches say about us? Explore the Year in Search and follow the conversation on #YearInSearch
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Gmail Motion Beta – Google April Fools Prank for 2011


It’s April Fools day.. and if you wondering what Google Prank for April Fool for 2011 , here’s comes Gmail Motion Beta.

Gmail Motion Beta : A new way to communicate

Introducing Gmail Motion Beta : now you can control Gmail with your body.
The mouse and keyboard were invented before the Internet even existed. Since then, countless technological advancements have allowed for much more efficient human computer interaction. Why then do we continue to use outdated technology?
Check out the introduction video of Gmail Motion Beta below

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James Gosling, Java programming language founder joins Google

Java-Founder-James-Gosling-join-Google-Start-Day James A. Gosling, OC (born May 19, 1955 near Calgary, Alberta, Canada) is a software developer, best known as the father of the Java programming language. James Gosling, the notable programmer who founded Java at Sun Microsystems, has joined Google, a company locked in a lawsuit over how the technology is used in Android.

Gosling announced his new Google employment today on his blog. “I don’t know what I’ll be working on. I expect it’ll be a bit of everything, seasoned with a large dose of grumpy curmudgeon,” he said.

When Oracle acquired Sun Microsystems last year, Gosling decided not to join.

Oracle’s ways evidently didn’t agree with Gosling. He called Oracle Chief Executive Larry Ellison “Larry, Prince of Darkness.” And, he said, “During the integration meetings between Sun and Oracle, where we were being grilled about the patent situation between Sun and Google, we could see the Oracle lawyer’s eyes sparkle.” Continue reading James Gosling, Java programming language founder joins Google

Google Science Fair Experiment Video

Introducing the world’s first online global science competition, the Google Science Fair! Google has partnered with CERN, LEGO, National Geographic and Scientific American to create a new kind of online science competition that is more global, open and inclusive than ever before. Students aged 13 – 18 from around the world are invited to enter and compete for awesome once-in-a-lifetime experiences, scholarships and real-life work opportunities. Check out the cool video 🙂

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