by Chris Smith, 3 months ago
Google’s I/O event will take place in mid-May this year, but there’s already plenty of speculation regarding what new products the company will announce this spring. We could see the Nexus 5 and/or Motorola X…
A few days back, we wrote about the new Chrome OS notification center that was reportedly going to make the user experience a richer and easier one. First shared by developer Francois Beaufort, the notification center resembled Google Now cards, and worked on both Google Chrome OS installations, as well as PC-based installations of the Chrome Browser.
Computerworld offered an in-depth look at the new notification center, based on a demonstration application built for internal testing purposes. Here are some insights.
What's getting users and fans excited about this notification center is how it's meant to unify the different messaging services available on Chrome OS. Of course, as an extension, there is the question on whether Google Now will make an appearance on Chrome OS or the Chrome browser, and whether Chrome will support unified messaging from services on one's Android device, which can include missed calls and messages.