Google unveils its latest Chrome Experiment that gives any online destination a gaming touch. With World Wide Maze, any website in the Chrome browser can be turned into a 3D pinball maze, which pops-up on the screen of a desktop or a laptop. To navigate a virtual ball through the maze, one is asked to use a mobile device that works as a controller.
Google is planning to provide British news publishers with an opportunity to increase their online revenues. Last month, the company launched the Digital Publishing Innovation Fund in France, and now it is set to introduce a similar project to the UK. These perspectives were outlined by Google’s Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt during his recent interview at the Big Tent Activate Summit in New Delhi, India.
The service works in a similar fashion as Evernote and is accessible from both desktop and mobile devices.
The new platform provides market industry insiders with timely updates on what’s going on in the industry, invites them to read interviews with experts and latest researches in digital marketing, view infographics and case studies, and more.
After launching a limited set of its revolutionary Glass to a select number of consumers, Google have made another contribution to the wearable electronics trend. The tech giant has partnered with adidas to create a pair of shoes that come to be a true walking-and-talking sneaker. The digitally-enhanced product was unveiled at the SXSW Conferences&Festivals, taking place in Austin, TX, March 8-17.
Google has launched a new project Art, Copy & Code, which aims to infuse advertisement of global brands with the latest digital technology. The new effort comes as a follow-up to the last year’s successful initiative Project Re: Brief that recreated some of the most iconic advertising campaigns of such brands as Volkswagen, Burberry and adidas, with innovative tech tools.
Apple is No.1 on list for the sixth straight year. In the top, the i-devices manufacturer is followed by Google, Amazon, Coca-Cola and Starbucks.