Mashable released few days ago a Google Glass prank: The comedian Mark Malkoff wears a bulky R-Zone set, “a crappy, head-mounted gaming platform from the 1990’s”, and start acting as if it was the famous Google Glass. Check out people’s reactions!
After Gmail Motion and Google Autocompleter in 2011 and Gmail Tap and Google Fiber Bar in 2012, it’s time to take a look at the Google April Fools for the year 2013. This year, the famous search engine released 15 fake news and features that you will find below. YouTube Shutting Down For A Decade […]
For those of you who didn’t read the post I wrote last year entitled Google on April Fool’s Day: Just for Fun or Marketing Strategy ? you must do so 🙂 Here are the two pranks Google prepared for April Fool’s Day 2012: . .
I know I’m a bit late posting this article about the report posted by Google around mid-December but I wanted to share this anyway specially for those who haven’t taken a look at the Google Zeitgeist 2011. In a quick summary: Google Zeitgeist is an overview of all what happened during the year using Google […]
YouTube is actually testing a completely new design for the website and there is a way to get the new version if you are using Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox as web browsers. Here is how to do it: Go to YouTube.com Open Developer Tools in Chrome (CTRL-SHIFT-J for Windows or CMD-OPTION-J for Mac) or […]
Blogging According to Google dictionary a blog is “a personal website on which an individual records opinions, links to other sites, etc. on a regular basis”. Some of the top reasons motivating people to blog are: to express their opinions and thoughts, to market or promote something, to help people, to establish theirself as expert, […]