If you remember Google Gears, there was a feature (Local Database API) allowing to store data on your local web browser. But since HTML5 has emerged into supporting such a feature, Google has decided to retire its Google Gears.
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The Google Gears Geolocation API allows you to display your current position data by obtaining it from your WiFi antenna. The Google Gears Geolocation API is able to obtain the exact location of the user’s current location, in terms of latitude, longitude and even the address etc. User browsers such as Internet Explorer, Firefox must have Google Gears installed excepts Google Chrome, in order to have the Google Gears API to work on your browser.
Google has launched the Google Code Lab, a site where you can find all the links to the early stage of Google products. And currently they have over 60 APIs available, which you can use to build mash-up for your websites.