recently updated Search to allow for a more unified approach to voice activations. When under the auspice of Google Now, users have become accustomed to saying “Google” before executing a voice search. We’ll now be able to add “Ok, Google” to our repertoire, though the traditional “Google” still works fine.
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@Google Twitter account, or their comments over on Google+, the company is proud to be celebrating the 15th birthday of Google Search. The company has come a long way from operating in a small room, to being the giant powerhouse it is today. Along with some bragging rights we're also getting some new features which we'll talk about after the break.
Google has just confirmed this afternoon that they'll be issuing an update to Gmail starting today which should seriously improve the user interface. Cards everywhere seems to be their new design direction, as we're getting the same Card-based UI that was first introduced with Google Now, and eventually arrived for other Google apps.
Google Now, which is amazing. Then over on iOS and the iPhone they have that mean lady Siri. Now Microsoft wants to join in on the virtual assistant excitement with a new project codenamed Cortana. Which will likely come with a different name once it arrives on Windows Phone devices.
Siri has been reported to have some very amusing replies when people, mistakenly or intentionally, address her as "Glass".
Google has just announced an update to Google Now, it's intelligent personal assistant system that offers timely and relevant information and recommendations based on the user's location, schedule and other data. This update brings in new and improved cards that will make Google Now the perfect travel companion and entertainment buddy.
Google Glass and the Moto X offer. Being able to have the microphone always on to hear commands like "OK, Google Glass" or Hey Moto to get search results, use Google Now, and more. Well, a developer is attempting to bring this to all Jelly Bean devices.
Google Now service even better. As you all know, we're huge fans of Google Now, and this is just one more upcoming feature that will make it better than ever. Tips suggest their new local news card will search for and find location-specific information and deliver it right to the user, before they ask for it.