Google Alarm is a Google and Firefox addon that visually and audibly alerts you when your personal information is being sent to Google servers. Even outside Gmail and YouTube you are constantly sending information to Google through their vast network of tracking bugs: Google Analytics, Google AdSense, YouTube embeds, API calls all of this data is used to monitor and track your personal web browsing habits. It shows notifications, plays sound effects and keeps running stats about the % of websites you’ve visit with Google bugs present.
Google has now officially announced the Twitter accounts the company uses to keep users up-to-date on various programs and initiatives of Google. You can find the full list at Google’s official blog. @google is Google’s central account. Other important accoutns are @blogger, @GoogleNews, @GoogleReader and @YouTube […]
Devour.com hand-pick best video from YouTube and posts the well-curated collection every weekday. Majority of the videos on Devour.com are in HD. And Every video plays on the iPhone and iPad. Videos are categorized. You can mail your favourite video URL to devour.com. […]
YouTube video speed history shows the past video speeds of YouTube videos you watched from your location (your current browser at your current IP address). It also shows aggregate video speed by other users in your city, state, country, and worldwide. […]