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Motorola unveils its tablet Xoom January 6, 2011

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Motorola unveiled its Xoom tablet device at CES 2011. The Xoom is the first tablet to run Android “Honeycomb”, a version of Google’s mobile operating system designed specifically for tablets.

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Google Goggles: The new way to search December 7, 2010

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Google Googles:

Google Goggles lets you use pictures taken with your mobile phone to search the web. It’s ideal for things that aren’t easy to describe in words. There’s no need to type or speak your query – all you have to do is open the app, snap a picture, and wait for your search results.

Google Goggles works better with certain types of queries. Try taking pictures of books & DVDs, landmarks, barcodes & QR codes, logos, contact info, artwork, businesses, products, or text; it can recognize up to three items at a time. Currently, it’s not so good when taking pictures of animals, plants, cars, furniture, or apparel.

For the best results when taking pictures, hold your phone in “left landscape” mode, as shown below, and press the on-screen shutter button with your right thumb.

Video: How it works?

John Lennon Imagine Google Doodle on his 70th anniversary October 8, 2010

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With its latest tribute “doodle,” Google pays tribute to the late rock legend John Lennon, who would have turned 70 tomorrow.

Like the search-page artwork, Google’s 32-second animation (set to his song “Imagine”) features the former Beatle’s own illustrations. Lennon’s artwork and cartoons have been exhibited in galleries for years, thanks largely to the guiding hand of his widow, Yoko Ono, who herself won acclaim as a Fluxus movement artist before meeting Lennon.

In the doodle, the “o’s” in “Google” are represented by Lennon’s own cartooned self-portrait.

You can watch the video here.