How to use internet without internet? A dedicated phone line that allows people from remote places in Colombia to search for things using the natural language capabilities of Google Assistant. Deceptively simple. Google’s logo made up of the line’s number to call pushes it to the Gold and Grand PrixRead More →


If you’ve experienced a recent ranking drop, no need panicking. Firstly, you need to investigate the cause of ranking drop, so that you can avoid similar problem in future. A ranking drop can occur any time and depends upon the following factors. Source: 5 Ways to Resolve Your Ranking DropRead More →

Google has been hyping up augmented reality on the web , and it’s easy to understand why — it promises an immersive experience without requiring a special app. But what does that look like in practice? The company now has an easy way to find out. Source: Google demo showsRead More →

Google is testing new variations of how it shows Google Posts from local businesses in the search results. In the past week, we’ve seen three different variations of layouts and functionality around how these Google Posts are displayed when a Google local knowledge panel is returned in the Google searchRead More →

A few years back I visited Washington DC’s Newseum , which honors the history of journalism. If you have never visited this amazing museum I would put it on your bucket list. The displays include examples of some of the most important news stories recorded since newspapers, radio, and televisionRead More →

Google is working on a Material Design Refresh of its Chrome web browser. The search giant has started testing the Chrome design in the latest Canary developer builds of the web browser, allowing anyone to get an early look at what Google is experimenting with. The most obvious addition isRead More →

    Click image to see larger version In a recent post on reddit, a group of students at UCSD published a series of fascinating charts comparing the actual causes of death in the United States versus what people searched on Google and what was discussed most in mainstream media.Read More →

Envisioned by Ivy Ross, VP of Hardware Design at Google, “Softwear” marks Google‘s debut installation at Milan Design Week. The underlying concept is the brainchild of trend forecaster Lidewij Edelkoort (also the curator of the show) who, in 1998, predicted that technology and nesting would combine for a lifestyle thatRead More →

Kashin / Google is officially testing a “more results” button in the mobile search results interface. Instead of having to click to the next page of the Google search results, a searcher can click the “more results” button, and additional search results will load below the current results. WeRead More →

Apr 6, 2018 6:40 pm AIGA has recognized Google with the 2018 Corporate Leadership Award as an exemplary company modeling design’s potential to delight users, inspire visionary products and services, fuel innovation, and improve our world. The AIGA Corporate Leadership Award honors perceptive and forward-thinking organizations instrumental in the advancementRead More →

Google is making its Salone del Mobile debut, intertwining hardware with soft intuition in an immersive multi-room installation curated by Dutch trend forecaster Lidewij Edelkoort inside the multiple rooms of Rossana Orlandi’s gallery. Two years ago, Google launched its first range of hardware products, Made by Google. The second suiteRead More →

At Google, curiosity is pervasive. Googlers at all levels are always looking for new ideas, more streamlined processes, or ways to optimize their workflow and messaging. That curiosity drives the experiments and resulting changes that help Google align their products with their users’ needs. It’s one thing to learn aboutRead More →

  Google Search results go through design iterations faster than you go through underwear… or maybe pajamas. Every few days, there’s a new layout, some new colors, different shaped buttons or cards, or other changes happening to search results, but this latest one is more about the function than theRead More →

Big changes happen slowly at first, then all at once.

And there’s a BIG change coming to the way people will interact with your content.

I took a deep dive into this big, new trend in SEO. Here’s everything you need to know…

So what’s the big trend?Read More →

The first time I drew in midair, back in 2016, I felt like like I was Picasso painting in pure light. I was trying Tiltbrush, an app for sketching in 3D, which required me to strap into an unwieldy HTC Vive virtual reality system and the $1000 computer that powered it.Read More →

Unlike most premium phones released over the past year, Google’s Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL don’t come with a dual rear camera – but they still manage to pull off impressive depth-of-field effects that separate the background from the foreground with natural-looking blur. It actually uses AI to pullRead More →

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Google I recently got a private tour of a NASA space shuttle’s cockpit, a quirky mosaic-covered LA home, and a peaceful chapel with light streaming through ornate stained-glass windows-all without leaving my chair. That chair was in an office at Google’s Silicon Valley headquarters, Read More →

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The impact Google Fonts has had on the web is undeniable. Since its somewhat humble beginnings in 2010, the 800+ fonts now hosted by the library have been viewed well over 19 trillion times. Of course, the likes of Adobe and others have followed suit with font repositories of their own.Read More →