Google.com will allow you to order food from the search results, based on selected restaurants in your local area. You will have the option to “Place an order” directly from your search results. While the current restaurant list is a bit limited, Google promises to add more in the future.
Chromecast has been fairly successful for Google. For just $35 a piece, Chromecast can do a bunch of interesting things. And for media savvy people, it cannot get any better.
It is being rumored that Google’s YouTube may introduce low-bandwidth 4K videos next week, and may demo it in the upcoming CES. Thanks to Google’s own VP9 codec which will be the backbone of this awesome technology. Streaming 4K videos is still not very practical, expecially with bandwidth caps and low network speeds around.