Menu

Year in Search: The most fantastic fads of 2017

December 29th, 2017

Here today, gone tomorrow. Our annual Year in Search is always a fun look back at the fads that captured our fancy and then fizzled out fast. See what this year’s biggest crazes were, through the lens of Google Search:Unicorn everything The unofficial mascot of 2017 was the unicorn—the magical creature that had the internet…

Extending domain opt-out and AdWords API tools

December 26th, 2017

In 2012, Google made voluntary commitments to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) that are set to expire on December 27th, 2017. At that time, we agreed to remove certain clauses from our AdWords API Terms and Conditions. We also agreed to provide a mechanism for websites to opt out of the display of their crawled…

WordPress User Survey Data for 2015-2017

December 22nd, 2017

For many years, we’ve invited folks to tell us how they use WordPress by filling out an annual survey. In the past, interesting results from this survey have been shared in the annual State of the Word address. This year, for the first time, the results of the 2017 survey are being published on WordPress…

#teampixel lights up the holidays

December 22nd, 2017

Season’s greetings! With the holidays around the corner, we’re highlighting #teampixel pics that remind us why this time of year is so magical. Join us in kicking off the celebrations with photos ranging from a frosty day in Austria to enjoying sweet treats in Pike Place, Seattle.We also can’t wait to see what Team Pixel…

Year in Search: To infinity and beyond

December 22nd, 2017

The solar system had its shining moment this year, according to our annual Year in Search. From questions about the solar eclipse to the end of the Cassini spacecraft’s exploration of Saturn, the galaxy turned to Google Search for answers to out-of-this-world questions. Here’s a look at some of the trending searches about space in…

12 things you may have missed from Google this year

December 22nd, 2017

It’s been a busy year, from our second generation of Made by Google hardware, to our efforts to create more opportunity for everyone. But before we head into the new year, we’re taking a look at a few things you may have missed in 2017. Here are 12 things that caught our attention:1. From drawing…

Say hello to our third round of Jump Start creators

December 21st, 2017

Jump is Google’s platform for professional VR video capture. It combines high-quality VR cameras and automated stitching that simplifies VR video production and helps filmmakers create amazing content. We launched the Jump Start program so that creators of all backgrounds can get access to Jump cameras and bring their ideas for VR video projects to life.We’re wrapping up…

Zagat’s 2017 food trends: rainbow dishes, all-day dining and gourmet fast-casual

December 21st, 2017

What have you been eating in 2017? Zagat is taking a look back at the top food trends of the past 12 months, based on data from Zagat reviews and insights from Zagat editors.“Breakfast” is high on the list of most frequently used words in Zagat reviews this year, which aligns with the trend our…

EDU in 90: that’s a wrap on season one

December 20th, 2017

You can do a lot in 90 seconds—make a paper airplane, brush your teeth, or put on sunscreen.  And with EDU in 90, you can also get Google for Education updates.  Earlier this year, we heard from countless educators, school leaders and administrators that they wanted to keep up with the latest from Google for Education….

The #MyFutureMe winner is often the only girl—but she’s going to change that

December 20th, 2017

Editor’s note: Earlier this year, Made with Code teamed up with Snap Inc. to host #MyFutureMe, a competition for teens to code their own Snapchat geofilters and write their vision for the future. 22,000 teens submitted designs and shared their visions, and Zoe Lynch—a ninth-grader from South Orange, NJ—was recently named the winner by a…

Page 1 of 1112345...Last »