Google has unveiled its latest innovations, furthering the company's unsettling goal of eventually making all the world's information search-able. Some of the new programs include "rich snippets" that give users a more detailed, accurate summary of search results. Another is "Google Squared," an experimental program that presents data culled from all over the Internet in spreadsheet form. For example, search "small dog," and "a table pop(s) up showing photographs of various dogs, their origin, weight and height in a clear and simple layout." The last innovation? "Skymap," a program for cell phones that uses GPS data to give people a tailor-made map of the stars from their point of view. Cool... and creepy.