The Google Santa Tracker has already launched, and Bing is not far behind with their high tech NORAD radar tracker.
Don't they know he's at Lufkin Mall already? But here's how we can officially track him.
Maybe you've Googled your own name, or a few hard-to-find Pokemon characters more often than you've looked up a celebrity online. That might be a good thing.
But if curiosity about Gary Busey or Vanna White's birthday gets the best of you and then next thing you know you're Googling, you're not alone. There's one name that comes up more than any other in Texas, and I bet you'll never guess what
It's a common word, but there is one tricky letter combination that trips us up regularly enough that we have to ask Google for help.
Oh, and what's with Oklahoma? Along with South Dakota and Wisconsin, they have trouble spelling the word "gray." They must have seen 50 Shades of Grey too many times.
Very interesting video to watch. It will blow your mind how amazing it is to see all these results. Never before have you been able to view what people have searched for in such a manner. Captured digitally. Every search displayed numerically. Such vivid colors. Unbelievable shots. X-Rays! Check it out! Google presents the year in review search results.
Google has been working on the self-driving car for several years now, and they've finally gotten to the point of producing a concept vehicle. Next step was to allow the public to try out the technology for themselves. Here's the video of that first test drive, and it's pretty cool. I love technology! Watch it.
Google has revamped it Santa Tracker this year to compete with Microsoft's NORAD Santa Tracker, and it's pretty darned adorable! When Santa embarks on his flight around the globe on Dec. 25, Google Maps will track it, while teaching you a bit about his various destinations. Google reportedly is also releasing a Santa tracking app for Android later in the month. Click "
After several prior failed attempts to challenge social media behemoth Facebook, Google introduced a new service on Tuesday that it hopes will finally do the trick.
Called the Google+ project, it’s currently only available to a select group of Google users — they’ll soon be able to invite others — and it will let people share and discuss status updates, photos and links, just like they do on Faceb