#teampixel photographer @harshabathija takes us on a serene boat ride through the backwaters of Dal Lake in India–just in time for Earth Day.
A happy (and earthy) 1st birthday to the new #GoogleEarth! Since we launched a fresh new version one year ago, millions of people searched to the edge of the world and beyond. Here's to many more spins around the sun!
3D laser scanning, photogrammetry, drones and more. It takes a lot of tools to digitally document and preserve our global heritage. For #WorldHeritageDay, explore world's largest 3D heritage archive, “Open Heritage,” a preservation project by @googleartsculture and nonprofit @cyark. g.co/openheritage
Mind if we take a seat? #teampixel photographer @archibajda plays with symmetry in this scene of spiral couches in Poland.
Twinkle, twinkle, little #Doogler… It’s #NationalPetDay, and today we’re celebrating Twinkle, a senior pup from our San Francisco office. Adopted late last year, this little lady loves playtime and all the dog treats she can get her paws on.
Illegal loggers and deforestation threaten the survival of the Amazon rainforest and the indigenous people who live there. But the Tembé tribe in central Amazon and nonprofit @rainforestcx are fighting back with an ambitious plan involving recycled cell phones and TensorFlow, our open-source machine learning tool. Learn more on our story today. #SearchOn
We’ll take the stairs to this rainbow connection captured by #teampixel photographer @nguyengela at the Palais des congrès de Montréal.
Make some noise for DJ Dada! Glad #GoogleDuo could connect you with your biggest (little) fan, @johnlegend.
In honor of #InternationalChildrensBookDay, we’re shining light on our Google.org support for @pbstoryweaver, an open-source platform for multilingual children’s stories. Bringing together readers, authors, illustrators, and translators to create free stories for children like those at Suchana, a community education organization in West Bengal, India, StoryWeaver works to ensure children around the world have access to stories in their native languages.