Google Sky Map App

Google Sky Maps uses your phone's orientation tools to give you an accurate representation of the stars and planets on your screen. Point your phone at the sky, then learn what constellations are visible. It uses a combination of GPS, compass and accelerometer technology, allowing you to navigate the night sky and find stars and constellations (even from inside as you lay in your bed at night).

The Streets of the Invisibles

The famous street drama of the 70’s is back in today’s most helpful tool, Google Street View. Directed by Remo Rauscher and produced by the University of Applied Sciences, Hagenberg Campus, Austria, The Streets of the Invisibles is a web-2.0 animated short exclusively using Google imagery. It has aready gained a lot of buzz in festivals and award giving bodies across the globe. The film revives the TV series The Streets of San Francisco as Mike Stone (Karl Maden) and Steve Keller (Michael Douglas) are back once again on today’s street to catch a homicidal maniac who should have been incarcerated thirty years ago.


Time to move away those HD games, high-end file managers and everything that makes Android so desirable. This app is for the fun-loving crowd and it does it in the best possible way. Android is a very capable ecosystem and there is nothing greater than making the Android Mascot according to your taste. Welcome Androidify, the app that will make Android your own. Created by Google Inc., Androidify is the app to have and make the cute little green droid all yours.

Sebastian Thrun: Google’s driverless car

Sebastian Thrun helped build Google's amazing driverless car, powered by a very personal quest to save lives and reduce traffic accidents. Jawdropping video shows the DARPA Challenge-winning car motoring through busy city traffic with no one behind the wheel, and dramatic test drive footage from TED2011 demonstrates how fast the thing can really go. From


On February 2006 Hans Rosling, a well known statistics guru, entered a stage at the TEDtalks and forever changed the way most of the people in the audience and around the world (as the video of his speech has been already seen by millions) looked at data. Developed by Rosling software does more than simply display the data - it brings them to life! The animations transform provided statistics into moving bubbles and flowing curves that make development and global trends (or any other set of data you wish to visualize) clear, intuitive, and even playful.

Picasa – a free photo editor & organizer from Google

Picasa is a great free beginner to intermediate software for photography enthusiasts from Google. It allows you to do almost everything imaginable with your pictures - import from digital devices, automatically organize into albums by date, print, edit, compress, create collages, slide shows and even edit with the short videos you've taken with your digital camera. You can even email your creations directly from the build it mail client or upload them into either the Picasa Albums Online or YouTube to share with friends and family. Picasa works with JPGs, GIFs, PSDs, BMPs, couple of popular video formats and MP3 music files.