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first_img Amazon’s New Facial Recognition Smells Your FearSnapchat’s New Snap Spectacles Will Have Two Cameras, Cost $350 Stay on target It’s the most wonderful time of year, which means it’s time to step up your Christmas geography game with Google’s Santa Tracker.On Tuesday, Google announced in a blog post that its Santa Village hub is back, a digital space where you can play holiday-themed coding games, design Christmas artwork, and brush up on your mapping skills.Mrs. Claus, Google’s “VP of product for Santa’s Village,” gave a sweet summary of the fun updates coming to the platform this year. The holiday hub, which has been a holiday tradition for Google over the past 15 years, is offering three new features: a Santa Claus Google Maps tracker, an elf game, and an interactive holiday traditions quiz.AdChoices广告Google’s Santa Tracker (Photo Credit: Google)Locating Santa on Christmas Eve can be challenging, especially for Mrs. Claus. Santa’s spouse tapped a team of cartographelves to help Google users see where he is after departing from the North Pole. A couple of days before Christmas, Santa will share his coordinates on Google Maps. Check the Santa Tracker dashboard to see his travels on the big day.Google’s Elf Game (Photo Credit: Google)Elves need to get ready for Christmas too, so why not dress them in the most stylish clothes and accessories? With Google’s Elf Maker, you can personalize your elf squad with glasses, an updo, facial hair, and more to give your tiny friends a holiday makeover.Google’s Holiday Traditions Section (Photo Credit: Google)There are many ways to celebrate the holidays, and you can test your knowledge of traditions with Google’s festive-themed quiz. Powered by Google Earth and Street View, you’ll be quizzed on how people get ready for Christmas all over the world. Plus, you can play a translations game to learn how to say “Seasons Greetings” or “Happy Near Year” in other languages.And, that’s not all. Starting Dec. 23, you can request Google Assistant to tell you a holiday story. Just ask the virtual voice assistant, “Hey Google, where’s Santa?” for the ultimate Christmas night tale. Oh, and don’t forget to leave some cookies for Santa while you’re at it.More on Geek.com:Passerby Calls 911 on Fake Clark Griswold Christmas Display‘Doctor Who’ Christmas Special Time Travels to New Year’s DayWTF? Wednesday: Deck the Halls With These Wacky Holiday Decorationslast_img read more