Imagine recording your life, so that you can search through it, and play it back later. Things that you record through audio and video might be sent to your search database where pictures you take might be processed. Images of faces may go through facial recognition software. Landmarks and objects might also be recognized as … Read more Google Lifestreaming?
Google collects information about where you compute from and provides location-based services based upon where you travel. To protect this information, and to use it to protect people from spam and scrapers, Google might follow processes to protect that information and to analyze it, to find user location spam. Post a review from Germany about … Read more Google Patents Identifying User Location Spam
Google has a lot invested in knowing where you are. The future of search and many of the services that Google offers is going to rely upon it being accurate, too. It can’t be off by 30 meters like it might be with cell tower triangulation. It can’t rely upon a GPS initially built for … Read more Google Patent Granted on Mobile Location Detection
I remember the 10th-grade keyboarding class in high school, which was a required course for everyone. I’ve typed a lot more characters than I ever expected in the days since, but I’ve been wondering how much longer people would be typing, or at least typing on a physical device intended just for typing. I’ve tried … Read more Google Patent for Touch Screen Keyboard
In the first part of this series, Google Glass Hardware Patents, Part 1, I looked at 5 patent filings from Google published over the past couple of weeks, about Project Glass. Those included (1) a closer look at the optical systems that Google Glass might use, (2) how a bone conducting system might provide audio … Read more More Project Glass Patents, Part 2