Google has recently released their latest Chrome Experiment called 'Super Sync Sports' which allows players to convert their mobile phones and tablets into a remote control for their desktop browser.
To give it a spin visit www.chrome.com/supersyncsports/, choose a game i.e. running, swimming or cycling and then follow the instructions to sync your mobile phone. Once the sync is complete you can then play your way to victory, while the game plays out on your desktop.
What will be interesting to see is how this type of interaction and technology is finally leveraged. The game currently utilises HTML5 features like WebSockets, Canvas and CSS3.
Google has recently released a new demo video of the highly-awaited Google Glass device. The video shows how the Google Glass UI would work in real world situations i.e. jumping from a plane and swinging on a trapeze.
It is also said that Google is ready to hand out Google Glass units to non-developers. But one has to apply for them using the hashtag #ifihadglass on Twitter or Google+ and with 50 words or less, explaining how you would use Google Glass. Photos and videos can also be included. The deadline is February 27 and the competition is only open to US residents aged 18 or over.