Below is a video of a new upcoming Chromebook dubbed Chromebook Pixel, that features a backlight keyboard, aluminum casing and a high-resolution 2560×1600 display with touch support. Unlike the previous Chromebooks, it’s designed entirely by Google.
In other news, Google launched updates to is SolveForX, a forum to encourage and amplify moonshot thinking and collaboration. “Our vision for Solve for X is that it becomes a forum where technology-based moonshot thinking is practiced, celebrated and amplified by all of us,” Google stated.
- Submit moonshots: “Whether it’s an early idea, something you’re already working on, a proposal you’d like to see others work on, or a moonshot idea from someone else that you’d like to promote, we’d like to hear from you–please submit those moonshot videos,” google wrote.
- Join and declare your X: “We’ve added community areas and we hope you will join and create a profile declaring your X. Your “X” is something you are passionate about working on or solving in the world like learning access or robotics or climate change or raising happy kids. You can watch, share and rate moonshots,” informs Google.
- Check out even more moonshot ideas: “Several new partners have joined Solve for X to amplify moonshot ideas, including X PRIZE, GE FOCUS FORWARD, TED, MIT Technology Review, Singularity University, and ASU’s Center for Science and the Imagination,” Google adds.
Those interested can collaborate at www.SolveforX.com.
Ad Valentine’s Day, is just ahead, Google today releases a list of America’s “top service restaurants” based on ratings from passionate diners like you at Zagat.
Check out the video below, Googlers built Valentine’s Day in LEGO: