Updates to core Google Apps and the major services like Google+. Also major updates that may affect the Macalester community.
To make it easier to collaborate during Hangouts video calls, Google has enabled the sharing of links to any Drive file directly from the chat window.
Coming soon: When you create a bookmark, you can select an image and add a note or snippet to help you find that bookmark more quickly later. Google will also suggest a folder if it seems like it could be a fit.
A new extension for Chrome that lets you open files from Google Drive directly into a compatible application installed on your computer.
Google is adding a “mobile-friendly” label to our mobile search results.
Android: Reminders for your half-baked plans.
Are you using Google Drive to store video files? Here’s a really cool tip that lets you add subtitles.
News about other Google products and technology.
As a bonus for the holiday season, new Chromebook buyers can get 1TB of Google Drive storage for two years — almost $240 in value — absolutely free. (Redeem the offer by January 31, 2015.)
Google Business news, including policies, user privacy, politics and legal issues.
The page shows a comprehensive view of all devices that have been active on an account in the last 28 days, or are currently signed in.
This coming weekend, expect to see many of your fellow shoppers checking for deals on their smartphones while braving the lines and crowds at the mall.
Google announced that it has bought the company and its LiftWare spoon, a surprisingly sophisticated piece of table-tech that steadies itself even in a violently shaking hand.
Certain retro toys are making a comeback this season. Thanks to the new movie “Ouija,” searches for “Ouija boards” are up 300% since October.
Legislators at the European Parliament who have long sought tough antitrust action against Google called on Friday for a resolution suggesting that Google be broken up into separate companies.
Other Google side projects, including art, science and fun stuff.
In time for the epic conclusion to the Hobbit trilogy, Google has updated the Chrome Experiment “A Journey Through Middle-earth.”
Tip of the week: Bored on the bus or subway? Just say “OK Google, flip a coin.” What do you have to lose?
So, Google Maps looked at Thanksgiving traffic conditions over the last two years for 21 cities across the U.S. to find the most useful information to make your holiday trip a little easier.