Yesterday, we did bring you word that those who are interested in paying Hawaii a visit from their computers can do so thanks to the wonders of Street View on Google Maps, and today we have news that Street View imagery will also deliver something that is different from street level buildings and happenings, literally going under the water along the way. The Catlin Seaview Survey has teamed up with the Sydney Institute of Marine Science, where this combined effort will record and reveal the rich abundance of marine life that reside along Sydney’s famous Harbour and coastline, all the way from Manly to Bronte. This particular project would make use of Catlin Seaview Survey’s 360-degree panoramic SVII camera in order to gather the imagery, where the compiled images will then be published to Google Maps later this year.
Samsung most probably hopes that Milk Music is going to be the next big thing in the world of music, where this will be a free radio service that carries 200 ad-free stations, offering a fully customizable experience to your taste. Milk Music is already available on the Google Play store, where it delivers an effortless and entertaining manner for one to enjoy the music one loves, as well as being able to check out new and unexpected music. It is fully customizable, and users should be able to take to its elegant, easy-to-use interface in a jiffy. After all, it should not be easy getting bored of 200 plus stations, right?