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Walk Into National Museum & National Gallery Of Delhi With Google

national-gallery-of-modern-art-mapsGoogle Art Project is a project to bring museums and art galleries from around the world at one place where people from all over the world can walk through. The project was launched on 1 February 2011 by Google, and includes works from USA, Brazil, South Africa, Australia, Russia and many other countries.

Today Google Art Project brought India to the list of Museums and Art Gallery under its wing. You can now virtually walk around the National Museum of Delhi & National Gallery of Modern Art, Delhi using Google Maps.


The New Privacy Policy of Google

The_New_Privacy_Policy_of_GoogleWhat does Google’s new privacy policy mean to you?

Google has once again planned a major revamp of its privacy policy blending some sixty different ones into a single one to combine information provided by users across many of its services. In a span of just four months, Google is doing it again by modifying its privacy policy.


Google Maps Game Coming to Google Plus

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google_mapsFacebook got a boost in its popularity by online games such as Farmville and Cityville. These games have played a real pivotal role. Google wants to play the same game. It is bringing Google Maps game to Google +. It wants to push gaming on its social networking site. Google is busy preparing an interactive game which is going to be called `Play Your World’ for Google +. It will be based on the indoor and the outdoor maps of its Google Maps Service. This new Google+ game will resemble other games like Labyrinth and Marble Madness where the players guide the ball to the end of the maze without letting it fall into any of the holes.


Google Waves Goodbye to Wave and Few Other Services

waveAbout a couple of months back, Google announced that they were on the verge of shutting down a number of products and merging others into existing products as features.  They said goodbye to Aardvark, Fast Flip and Google Maps API for Flash, Notebook and other features.  Earlier this month, they said goodbye to Code Search, Jaiku and more.  Now they have added seven more features to their cleaning sweep, including Google Wave. 


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