It’s truly amazing how the world has changed in just the past ten years. It wasn’t that long ago that users had to go to Yahoo, AOL, or even Altavista to search the Web. Now, there is only one dominant player in the search world. We’re obviously talking about Google. It’s so commonplace, it’s become a verb for searching the Web.
To close the year right, Google created this artistic masterpiece featuring all of the most popular searches of 2015. Everything is covered, from the gold and blue dress, Catlyn Jenner, protests in the USA and around the world, political uprisings, triumphs, and defeats.
When something works in Hollywood they keep launching sequels, so why should the Internet be any different? After already publishing three hilarious episodes, College Humor is back with a fourth serving of what Google would look like if it was just a guy in an office.
For years now, technology companies have been struggling with the difficult task of translation. But it seems our friends at Google have finally cracked the surface of this problem. To show off their new live translation smartphone app, they made this very entertaining music video of the Spanish song La Bamba in which the lyrics are translated live.
Google loves April Fools Day. For this year, Google’s Internet department known as Google Fiber has debuted this commercial for dial up service. You know, that archaically slow Internet connection that goes through the phone line.
Because sometimes it’s nice to wait five minutes for YouTube to load up…