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Google Browser Size helps you see what your site's users see

Google Labs recently released Browser Size, a browser window size visualization tool. Utilizing browser window size data from Google's home page (and thus monitoring a huge sample size of the world, much less your site's visitors), to overlay statistics, in terms of percentages of users, on top of your site (or any site you choose to enter). This data reflects visible area, not actual window...

Similar Images feature emerges from Google Labs

Google Labs has been putting together some great new search technology lately. They just introduced Social Search, and now the Similar Images feature has graduated from Labs and become a permanent part of Google Image Search. When you search for an image, you'll see "find similar images" links below most of the results: clicking it gives you a pretty accurate collection of images of the same...

Google's Social Search is now live

Last week, at the Web2.0 Expo, Google demoed a new Social Search feature that delivers targeted search results based on your social circle. Now, this feature is available in Google Labs, so anyone with a Google account can try it out. When social search gives you "results from your social circle," who does it mean? Google looks at your Gmail chat buddies and contacts, as well as your Twitter and...

Newsaholics can get their fix with Google Fast Flip

Google has decided that you're not getting enough news in your balanced diet of information. Equatable to hooking up an IV of coffee to get your necessary caffeine, Google Fast Flip, a new Google Labs project, aims to provide you with more news than you probably want, faster than you probably want it. Fast Flip provides a magazine-ish interface to news stories from (currently) three dozen popular...

Google Labs introduces advanced IMAP controls for Gmail

Gmail has been supporting IMAP for almost exactly a year now, and they're celebrating by fixing the only thing I don't like about it! One of the latest brilliant ideas to come out of Google Labs is an advanced IMAP controls option that lets you mark messages for deletion without actually deleting them, and send your deleted messages to the trash instead of archiving them, Most importantly, you...

Google Notebook goes live

Google Notebook, the new product Google was being a bit coy about last week, is now up and running, and I have to say I'm pleasantly surprised. When some screenshots surfaced last week it wasn't clear just how Google Notebook would work, but luckily my initial suspicions were confirmed: Google Notebook is powered by a Firefox extension an addon for Firefox and IE. Basically, Google Notebook is...