This is a little strange: Google just launched a suite of wedding planning "tools" called Google for Weddings. It's essentially a page explaining how to use free Google tools like Sites (website creation), Picnik (image editing), Docs (planning) and Picasa (image sharing) to plan your big day, linking to various site and document templates designed with that goal in mind. [Google Weddings]
Google Weddings Helps You Plan And Share Your Big Day
Trending Stories Right Now
Australia might not be renowned for its prowess in winter sports - we live on a bloody dry continent, don't we mate? - but we've got a strong contingent at this year's Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea. Our prospects look pretty good, and there's always the chance one of our athletes pulls a Stephen Bradbury, too. If you want to watch live, online and free throughout the Winter Olympics, then we've got you covered.
Yesterday, Google made a few changes to the way Image Search works, the biggest tweak being the removal of the "View Image" button they would take you straight to the image's URL. Now, all you'll see is "Visit", which navigates to the page on which the image appears. So, why did Google do this? A legal settlement with Getty Images basically.