Google Labs Gets Aardvark as Latest Search Experiment

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Google Labs Gets Aardvark as Latest Search Experiment

Google Labs Gets Aardvark as Latest Search ExperimentBy Clint Boulton

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Google Squared

Google Squared automatically constructs a table of facts about any category you specify.

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Google Image Swirl

Google Image Swirl organizes image search results based on their similarity to other images and presents them in a creative manner.

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Fusion Tables

An uber spreadsheet, Fusion Tables let users manage large collections of table data in the cloud.

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Google News Timeline

Google News Timeline lets users see news, scanned newspapers and magazines, blog posts, and other content more on a graphical timeline.

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In Quotes

Google in Quotes lets users search and compare quotes from political figures found in stories on Google News from the United States, Canada, India and the U.K.

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Chrome Experiments

A showcase of experiments for JavaScript and Web browsers created by designers around the world.

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Google Audio Indexing

Google Audio Indexing uses speech technology to find spoken words inside YouTube videos, letting users jump to the right portion of the video where these words are spoken.

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Google Listen

Designed for smartphones based on Google's Android operating system, this app provides an audio news-magazine loaded with new content.

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Google Moderator

Google Moderator lets users suggest questions and vote on others' questions. This app was used for the Google's Q3 financial earnings call, but abandoned in Q4.

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Google Transliteration

Use Google Transliteration to type phonetically using an English keyboard.

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Browser Size

This cool tool/a> lets users see which important parts of their Web page can't be seen by users without scrolling. This is a great tool for apps developers.

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Google Fast Flip

This feature provides a microfiche-style reading interface for magazine and newspaper readers.

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Google Living Stories

Developed by Google, The New York Times and The Washington Post, Living Stories lets users read newspapers in a more interactive fashion.

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Google Goggles

Profiled extensively by eWEEK, Google Goggles lets users search Google by taking pictures from their camera phones. Google believes this is the next frontier of computer vision.

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Places Directory

This is a directory for Android-powered phones to look up points of interest coming from Google Local.

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