Love it or hate it, Google makes some really cool stuff. Take Google Goggles for example, you simply point your Android phone's camera at an object and Google Goggles figures out what it is. Until today, we'd only seen stock footage of the technology in action but Engadget just stumbled on a video, via Daily Mobile, of Google Goggles running on a Sony Ericsson Xperia X10. The video shows the X10 being pointed at a Toblerone and then Google Goggles reads the barcode and the logo. The future is now.
Google Goggles shown off on a Sony Ericsson Xperia X10
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