A heap of new toys from Google!
Google Analytics tells you everything you want to know about how your visitors found you and how they interact with your site. You’ll be able to focus your marketing resources on campaigns and initiatives that deliver ROI, and improve your site to convert more visitors. 
Fast Implementation Simply paste the Google Analytics tracking code into each of your website pages and tracking begins immediately. No purchase process. No need to download anything. If you don’t edit your own site, your webmaster, designer, or hosting provider can probably do it for you in under five minutes.
With Google Trends, you can compare the world’s interest in your favorite topics. Enter up to five topics and see how often they’ve been searched for on Google over time. Google Trends also displays how frequently your topics have appeared in Google News stories, and which geographic regions have searched for them most often. 
Compare browser, mozilla, firefox, safari , internet explorer
Google Co-op is about sharing expertise. You can contribute your expertise and benefit when others do the same. Help other users find information more easily by creating “subscribed links” for your services and labeling webpages around the topics you know best. 
Inside Google desktop blogs; Today we released the latest version of Google Desktop in 7 languages (the rest are coming soon). The biggest news is that we’re introducing Google Gadgets – visually appealing mini-applications like clocks, weather globes, media players, etc., that support rich markup language (XML, Flash) and enable a wide array of visual effects and animation. We’ve also made it really easy for developers to create their own gadgets – almost as easily as you’d create a web page. 
Info when you want it, right on your desktop; Google Desktop 
Google Notebook The service will allow you to add notes to search results, which in turn can be saved into one or more notebooks. Available next week? 
Google moves into virtual worlds
Saw this one on the Second Life Library 2.0 blog, under the heading Google moves into virtual worlds it quotes ‘By combining satellite maps and 3-D software, Google Earth is turning into a virtual online playground’. The Google Blog over at blogspot gives a bit more detail in the posting A great day for 3D describing that Google SketchUp enables you to place models in Google Earth.
[1.] Google Analytics [Google]
[2.] Google Trends [Google]
[3.] Google Co-op [Google]
[4.] Inside Google Desktop [blogspot]
[5.] Google Desktop [Google]
[6.] Google Notebook Comes Next Week [SearchEngineWatch]