While Google Drive sounds like it has something to do with the search company’s much buzzed about driverless car project, it’s actually a completely different direction in Google’s quest for world domination.
The 5GB cloud-storage service, which launched this week, allows users to access information from any of their computing devices. It also includes the functionality of Google docs, which means you can use it to collaborate with colleagues in real time on documents, spreadsheets and presentations. (Learn more in the video below.)
‘The Avengers,’ which hits theaters on May 4th, is the first live-action movie adaptation featuring the complete team of Marvel superheroes.
Or at least we thought it was. But it turns out The Hulk, Captain America, Iron Man and the rest assembled and did battle with Loki in a little known TV movie in 1978. Take a trip in the way back machine and check out this fantastic (and fake) trailer.
Three Welsh tourists in Australia had themselves quite a night last Saturday, which ended with a scenario fans of the movie ‘The Hangover’ will certainly recognize . After consuming a few too many adult beverages, the trio broke into the local Sea World and swam with the dolphins. The revelers claim things get hazy after that. So when they woke the next morning and a seven-year old fairy penguin named Dirk was in their room they say they had no idea how he got there.
10-year-old Dylan Viale has a very close relationship with his grandmother Sherry, who is blind. The two walk dogs and go to the movies together, and recently went to a Lego event where they helped build a giant Lego Yoda.
But because of her vision impairment, Dylan wasn’t able to share with his grandmother his love of video games. So the fifth-grader at Hidden Valley Elementary in Martinez, CA, did something about that — he developed a video game which blind and sighted people can play together.
At a time when many of his peers’ voices are still cracking, 14-year-old Jake Foushee’s voice is deep and smooth. Deep enough, in fact, to allow him to do a pretty spot-on imitation of legendary movie trailer guy Don LaFontaine. Check out the impressive display below.
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