Posts Tagged ‘Google Now’
If you thought last week’s Chrome news were awesome, you will be surprised by all the awesome things that happened this week! Here are the hottest topics this week.
Starting today, Google Now cards will be showing up on your Chrome browsers for desktop and laptop. The update process will last a “few weeks”. Learn all about it here.
Google has just announced Android Wear, a platform that will standardize Android on wearable devices. Here are the details and first announced devices.
Google Now has been updated to recognize who your close ones are. You can say things like “call mom” to get in touch with your family! Check it out.
Have you been loving Google Now cards on Android and iOS? Now you can have them on your Desktop thanks to Chrome Beta.
Google continues to improve its Google Now/hotword features for Chrome OS. It is now able to launch the first result after 3 seconds, making it much more functional.
Google’s voice search responses are no longer limited to a few questions. Thanks to the Knowledge Graph, Google can now responds much more complex questions. Here is an example.
We have been using the Google Voice Search Hotword (Beta) for a while now. This feature is expected to be embedded in Chrome and now we know Google is working on that.
Google Now has only lived within mobile devices until now, but we have been hoping for it to come to the desktop. Google’s hotword search function get’s closer to it, but we still haven’t tasted full Google Now on Chrome. The latest Chrome OS Dev update changes history by giving …
Chrome Beta for Android was recently updated with a slew of performance improvements and bug fixes, but it also brought one issue users across the web have been complaining about.