May 27th | Repeal the 8th Referendum Results Maps

Ireland has voted overwhelmingly to overturn its ban on abortions. With a two-thirds majority the yes vote won a referendum to abolish the 8th amendment of the Irish constitution, an […]

May 26th | The Sexist Streets of the World

The street names of Vienna memorialize the lives of thousands of men. 4,269 of them. That is how many streets in the Austrian capital have been named for famous (and […]

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The High Five: Sip sip, hooray!

A High Five on the 25th day of the 5th month feels like it should mean something, but it doesn’t. Much like most of the internet. What does mean something […]

We are many and one: Googlers mark AAPI Heritage Month

Tiffany’s mother was born in Hong Kong. Her father was born in Vietnam. She is proud to be Chinese, Asian, and American.  Aerica’s mother is Japanese from Kyoto, Japan and […]

#teampixel rolls out the red carpet this week

You might be inspired to pour yourself a glass of merlot or nibble on a bowl of berries as you scroll through the crimson colors captured by #teampixel this week.  […]

Viewing Real-Time Satellite Imagery

You can now view and download near real-time full-resolution satellite imagery from NOAA’s National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service. At NOAA’s Imagery & Data website you can view a […]

The Virtual Globes Museum

The Virtual Globes Museum is a website which allows you to view historical vintage globes as interactive virtual WebGL 3d globes. The collection includes Earth and celestial globes dating back […]

The Spy Planes Spying on Texas

Last year Buzzfeed released an award winning investigation into the use of spy planes by the FBI and the DHS over mainland America. Buzzfeed’s Spies in the Skies investigation mapped […]

A new look for Google Play Movies & TV on your Roku device

With Google Play Movies & TV, you can enjoy the latest movie releases or catch up on television shows the day after they air—whether you’re watching on your mobile, your […]

Google Science Fair 2018: Resources for educators to get ideas flowing

Every idea has the power to change our world. Since the first Google Science Fair in 2011, thousands of teens have shared their ideas with the world. Google Science Fairis […]


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