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Google makes the world a playboard for Legos

Google on Tuesday began letting Lego lovers build with virtual color blocks in its Chrome web browser and then give creations homes in online maps of the real world. "There's something pretty amazing about being able to piece together your ideas with just a collection of colorful bricks," Google product marketing manager Adrian Soghoian said in a blog post. "Well, we think the creative freedom of Lego bricks shouldn't be limited to plastic bins -- which is the idea behind Build with Chrome."

Google's mystery barges revealed as luxury showrooms with party deck: report

By Alexei Oreskovic SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Google Inc's mysterious barges, which prompted fevered speculation about everything from offshore data centers to floating research labs, may serve a more prosaic role as upscale party venues and showrooms.

Google's 'Chrome Racer' brings slot car fun to multiple mobiles

With race tracks split across a number of devices, and announced during the Google I/O conference, slot car game "Chrome Racer" is a showcase for the Chrome web browser on mobiles and tablets. Once the Chrome browser is up and running, and each Android or iOS device has navigated its way to chrome.com/racer (or via the shortcode g.co/racer), Google does the rest and plots a track across the assembled screens.

Google's 'Chrome Racer' brings slot car fun to multiple mobiles

With race tracks split across a number of devices, and announced during the Google I/O conference, slot car game "Chrome Racer" is a showcase for the Chrome web browser on mobiles and tablets. Once the Chrome browser is up and running, and each Android or iOS device has navigated its way to chrome.com/racer (or via the shortcode g.co/racer), Google does the rest and plots a track across the assembled screens.

Google's 'Chrome Racer' brings slot car fun to multiple mobiles

With race tracks split across a number of devices, and announced during the Google I/O conference, slot car game "Chrome Racer" is a showcase for the Chrome web browser on mobiles and tablets. Once the Chrome browser is up and running, and each Android or iOS device has navigated its way to chrome.com/racer (or via the shortcode g.co/racer), Google does the rest and plots a track across the assembled screens.

Google's 'Chrome Racer' brings slot car fun to multiple mobiles

With race tracks split across a number of devices, and announced during the Google I/O conference, slot car game "Chrome Racer" is a showcase for the Chrome web browser on mobiles and tablets. Once the Chrome browser is up and running, and each Android or iOS device has navigated its way to chrome.com/racer (or via the shortcode g.co/racer), Google does the rest and plots a track across the assembled screens.

Don't type, just talk: Google search is listening

The next generation of Google's search engine is looking for a little conversation. If further proof were needed that the keyboard's days are numbered as a means of inputting information into a computer, Google has just provided it with the latest updates to its search engine, which will be rolling out as part of an update to its Chrome web browser later this year.

Don't type, just talk: Google search is listening

The next generation of Google's search engine is looking for a little conversation. If further proof were needed that the keyboard's days are numbered as a means of inputting information into a computer, Google has just provided it with the latest updates to its search engine, which will be rolling out as part of an update to its Chrome web browser later this year.

Don't type, just talk: Google search is listening

The next generation of Google's search engine is looking for a little conversation. If further proof were needed that the keyboard's days are numbered as a means of inputting information into a computer, Google has just provided it with the latest updates to its search engine, which will be rolling out as part of an update to its Chrome web browser later this year.

Google's Android chief Andy Rubin steps down

By Gerry Shih and Edwin Chan SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Andy Rubin, the architect of Android, the world's top-selling mobile operating system, has decided to step down as Google Inc combines mobile software divisions under one roof, the company said on Wednesday.
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