Google Suggest Out of Beta, Now On Google.com

Have you been to Google today? If you do a search, you might notice that once you begin typing, Google automatically starts providing real-time suggestions, as well as how many results each of those keywords have. This option, Google Suggest, was previously available as a Google Labs opt-in but it’s now gonna be default for… Continue reading Google Suggest Out of Beta, Now On Google.com

Been to YouTube? Get Ready for a Lawsuit

It seems that the judge presiding over the federal court for the Southern District of New York, Judge Louis L. Stanton has made one of the most idiotic decisions in the history of the internet. And guess who’s gonna take the flak? That’s right, it’s you. Judge Stanton has ordered Google to give Viacom all… Continue reading Been to YouTube? Get Ready for a Lawsuit

VH1 Must Have Had an Impact On YouTube

If you’ve ever watched VH1, you’ve likely seen those shows where there are pop-ups that show while a music video is being played. They usually contain funny or interesting facts about the artist or band. Well, it looks like YouTube would like you to have the opportunity to create your own videos like that, by… Continue reading VH1 Must Have Had an Impact On YouTube

Google Maps Gets Even Better

Google has been making so many great updates to their services, it’s hard to keep up, but of course, they’ve done it again. The service of interest this time is Google Maps. Google has now added some new functionality to their already awesome app, Google Maps. If you do a search, you may find the… Continue reading Google Maps Gets Even Better

Google Adding New Feature to Adwords

When you are searching the natural listings in Google, have you ever noticed a PlusBox under the listing? These are normally used for either a Google Map or a YouTube video. It’s a pretty cool function actually. Google has decided to include this feature in their Adwords system. If you choose to have this PlusBox… Continue reading Google Adding New Feature to Adwords

Google Making Street View Anonymous

In an attempt to protect the privacy of those who have been captured on Google Street View doing something embarrassing, Google has announced that they will be blurring out all faces in the service, along with license plate numbers. This will start when the Street View service launches in Europe and they have stated that… Continue reading Google Making Street View Anonymous