Google is getting their April Fools Day festivities off to an early start by turning Google Map locations into Pac-Man levels. Just click on the Pac-Man icon in the bottom left corner and say goodbye to the rest of your afternoon ... Discuss
While some tech industry experts are using their talents to push Silicon Valley innovation and Wall Street excitement, many have turned their attention to a new arena, as well: solving the problems of the developing world.
From simple, easy to use creations such as water filtration systems and low-cost health care, to advanced technologies spreading Internet access, these inventions have the potential to save lives around the world. Read More
This week, the Google Cultural Institute (which is apparently a thing) has launched the Street Art Project. Google’s Amit Sood explained the new initiative to Time, saying, “These works of art that decorate our streets do not always hang about for long, which is why we’re delighted to work with partners around the globe to help them tell a story of street art around the globe.” Users can now use a series of interactive features to browse the works of street art, find out where local pieces are located and even tour the insides of buildings that have been covered in murals and graffiti ... Discuss
If you’ve visited the homepage of Google this morning, you may have noticed this awesome, animated Google Doodle, illustrating an imaginary “transformative water purifier” that would help those without access to clean water. Google was so inspired by 11-year-old Audrey Zhang, who won their 7th annual doodle competition, that they are donating $20,000 in her name to charity:water, awarding her a $30,000 scholarship and giving her school $50,000 in Google for Education technology grants ... Discuss