According to TechCrunch, Google has secretly invested anywhere between $100 to $200 million in the popular social games development company, Zynga. Apparently, neither Google or Zynga has officially confirmed this news but TechCrunch says that they have confirmed the story from multiple sources.
Youtube has gone beyond the 1080 HD videos which is still not very common on many consumer electronics devices today. Youtube has announced at the VidCon 2010 conference that they will now support a massive 4096×3072 pixel resolution of super HD videos and content on their website.
White House and the State Department’s office of innovation staffer, Katie Jacobs Stanton has joined Twitter Management to manage company’s business and international strategy.
If rumors are to be beleaved, Google is developing a new social networking site called “Google Me” as a competitor to currently number one social networking site, Facebook.
There was so much buzz when Google TV was announced at the Google I/O event last month, but that time Google did not give much details like how the device works. Now they have fulfilled our dreams by releasing a two and half minute video which showcases Google TV features and how the device works.