There's always something interesting going on with Google. Just this week it announced Google Glass, a pair of glasses with a camera and display built in.
However, as it'll probably be a little while before you see someone wearing them on your local High Street, for this Friday's tip of the week we thought we'd show you three Google tricks.
Google has a pretty advanced calculator built right into it, and you can easily calculate sums by just tapping them in to the search box. Here's an example: 54 + 46 = ?:
Use the +, -, / and * keys and give it a go yourself. You'll never need to us an actual calculator again.
You can convert currencies too, and Google will automatically use up-to-date exchange rates for you. How many dollars can you get for £150?
If you don't know what a specific word means, just type define: into Google, followed by the word. For example: define:disestablishmentarianism.
If you're grappling with another language, Google can help you there too. Check out its translation tools.
What Google tips and shortcuts do you use regularly? Leave a comment to let us know.