gone to the kids
Google Street View’s car stops for no one — even if you’re cute and cuddly.
The Internet is perking up its collective ears at a series of pictures on Maps showing the search company’s car possibly mowing down a dog and leaving it to die. It happened on a highway in Chile, and if you view it frame-by-frame, it looks like the little dog was minding its own business, then boom, it’s seen lying motionless on the road.
that's new jersey
Google is about to be as annoying as a Limited Too on a Saturday afternoon. The company is reportedly mulling offering accounts to kids under 13 years old, a move that needs to be intricately done so it doesn’t violate U.S. laws.
YouTube Killed the Video Star
Attention Cory Booker, you’re going to want to see this. Redditors are alleging that Google Street View’s snooping camera caught two people entangled in a drug deal on the streets of Camden, New Jersey.
Reddit user wowurdumb (obviously) posted on r/funny three days ago a picture of two guys acting very suspicious. “So I’ve Read More
live every week like it's shark week
The Internet’s largest players are slowly figuring out that nobody wants to pay for music or movies, no matter how low the cost. So to figure out what’s next, they’re looking a the rising subscription giants like Netflix and Spotify and just, well, copying them.
YouTube is planning to launch a massive music subscription service called YouTube Music Key, Android Police reports. The service has no planned release date, but Google has already bought the domain youtubemusickey.com, and a series of phone screenshots show off the service’s basic features.
The end of Shark Week can’t come fast enough for Google. The company’s fiber optic cable lines that sit in the Pacific Ocean are being chomped at by hungry sharks so much that it has to undergo a massive repair project.
Space the Final Frontier
It doesn’t take a star UX designer to see that United States’ government and state websites are atrocious. No, it really only takes a quick visit to Florida’s official webpage to see that our national web presence is in serious need of an overhaul.
To that end, the White House announced yesterday that they’ve established the United States Digital Service to rehabilitate the government’s websites, the New York Times reports. The team lead is Mikey Dickerson, the man who was brought in to save Healthcare.gov after its complete release-date meltdown and subsequent troubles.
For the first time in history, an independent crew is taking control of a NASA satellite and running a crowdfunded mission. They’re doing it all from a makeshift mission control center in an abandoned McDonald’s in Mountain View, California, using old radio parts from eBay and a salvaged flat screen TV.
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The one rule of using Gmail is that Google is always watching you — and might use whatever they find against you. The search giant allegedly found child pornography in a Houston man’s email and sent a tip to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, which later led to his arrest.
The Future is Here
Remember those mysterious Google barges that are floating in the waters of San Francisco and Portland? Honestly, neither did we until we saw a report today that one of them is being scrapped.
Starting next January, driverless cars will be allowed to freely roam on public roads in the United Kingdom. The Department for Transport’s grand announcement is a shift from the current rules that only let driverless cars operate on private roads.