The latest version of Google Goggles will kick into action without your lazy ass doing a thing. All you have to do is enable a setting that allows Goggles to work in the background each time you take a photo.
Augmented Reality is done so much these days that it's not even terribly cool anymore. However, Aurasma, a new iPhone app due out next month, is promising to add a new layer of video and interactivity onto everyday print.
I was always confused at how popular the Google Mobile App was on the iPhone. Did people use it? It was the third most popular free iOS app of all time! Why didn't people just use the search bar in Safari instead? I don't know! In any case, the Google Mobile App got a complete revamp complete with a new name: Google…
The newest version of Google Goggles has some nice upgrades—barcode scanning is faster, and it'll recognize and search print ads for you. But, really, the hands-down coolest feature is automatic Sudoku solving. No need to use your brain!
Google Goggles, easily one of the biggest wow factor apps out there, will be released for the iPhone by year's end. The app, which lets you search visually with your phone's camera, has been Android-only up until now.
I'm surprised this hasn't come out sooner: Google Goggles is a visual search app for Android phones that scans products, books, movies, business cards, bar codes, artworks—a ton of stuff. It's like Google robot eyes in your phone.
At an event today in San Fransisco, Google announced a new service that will offer streaming results for searches, incorporating real-time updates from web pages and social networking partners. It will be rolled out over the next couple of days.