Introducing Google Home
Introducing Google Home, a voice-activated speaker powered by the Google Assistant. Ask it questions. Tell it to do things. It’s your own Google, always ready to help. Just start by saying, “Ok Google” to enjoy music, get answers straight from Google, manage your everyday tasks, and easily control smart devices around the home. Learn more today: https://madeby.google.com/home
Google Maps has captured some of the most weird and amazing images over the years and here is a collection of some.
Davis-Monthan Air Force Base Aircraft Boneyard Military Base 32.169185,-110.854685
This is the Davis-Monthan Air Force Base Aircraft Boneyard Military base.
Even stranger is the odd radar like images captured here of Extraterrestrial Highway:-
The SS Jassim, Bolivian cargo ferry which ran aground and sunk on the Wingate Reef off the coast of Sudan in 2003 is located at 19.646078, 37.295150.
Desert Breath Project
Google Maps shows off Bourne & Co
The interior of this speak easy style cocktail bar is a cosy sight to behold. Online visitors can explore Bourne & Co directly from Google using Search or Maps with their new Streetview Trusted virtual tour. An array of delicious cocktails await visitors looking for something different. Chameleon Web Services were impressed while shooting the tour so will definitely be visiting again for a drink soon.
When Google updates their mobile-friendly algorithm they are aiming to add mobile-specific page speed as a factor and not rely solely on the desktop version. This will update the page speed ranking factor to specifically look at the page speed of your mobile pages. http://searchengineland.com/google-says-page-speed-ranking-factor-use-mobile-page-speed-mobile-sites-upcoming-months-250874