You thought mason jars were only good for catching fireflies, canning jam, or housing overpriced drinks at hipster bars. This musical mason jar might just prove you wrong.
Google has hired John Nack, who's led Photoshop and mobile teams at Adobe, in a new sign that the search company is serious about digital photography, too.
In a new move to fold Google+ into people's lives, Google releases a tool that lets people automatically back up their photos to the social service.
Now we know what Google's Nik Software acquisition was really about: bringing respectable photo editing to cloud computing. But it's only for the Chrome browser.
A powerful new Google+ photo app embodies a sticky situation facing Web developers: embrace the Native Client tech for high-performance Web apps and risk sites that only work for Chrome users.
Facebook has figured out mobile advertising for the social graph, but the big money is in the Search Graph.
The Android version of Google's notification system can reveal background about TV you're watching, and Google is wiring Now up to Chrome, too.
Google's purchase of Waze takes a possible competitor off the table, even as Apple improves its once-shaky Maps app.
With a freemium service, a Ukrainian company hopes to combine the enthusiasm for higher-end raw photo editing with the convenience of Web apps.
There's still some work necessary before you can rely on Google's judgment as to which are your best vacation photos. But it's learning.