Google Home Max arrived in Canada today, and I’ve been testing it for nearly a week now, and it’s hard to find many complaints with a speaker that absolutely hits all the right notes (pun intended), and delivers bass that is awe-inspiring, especially if you’re used to audio from most small speakers, computers, laptops, or televisions.
We may not have flying cars (yet), or robots that serve our every needs, but Google is championing at least one technology that could change the world as we know it, and bring the hopes of so much science fiction to reality.
Google has released their 2011 retrospective video, looking back on the year that was with searches, video and images from some of the year’s biggest events.
Google is celebrating and remembering the year that’s almost come and gone with Zeitgeist 2010: a retrospective on all of the news and memorable events that left their mark on the web and throughout Google’s pages.
Hey, Picasa, I love you – you know that? We’ve had a great relationship and aside from your tendency to totally hog my resources, I appreciate what you do. But you know what would be nice? If you didn’t pick up on every out of focus, blurry face from my entire 200 Gb collection of photos.