A new built-in extension in Chromium tells us that Google Now will soon be integrated in Chrome OS and the Chrome browser.
Google Now is a wonderful app, but not one that’s going to do great things without you putting a little work in. Let’s find out how to get more out of it.
Google has quietly made its offline voice recognition feature available to non-Google applications in its latest Google Search for Android update.
Google Now hasn’t stopped bringing the goodies out. Your all-knowing assistant will now show recipe recommendations based on your search history.
The Google Search for Android app has been updated to offer a Google Now widget for home and lock screen as well as new Google Now cards.
According to some short lived official Google support pages, Google are planning to release a Google Now widget that “displays a summary of your current Google Now cards, either on a home screen or on the lock screen.
With NCAA’s March Madness about to kick off, Google Now is doing its part of helping college basketball fans around the country get the latest on the tournament.
Google Now is a service that not a lot of people use. Google wants to fix that, so they decided to run this ad during the 2013 Grammy Awards ceremony.
A closer look at the upcoming Chrome notification center suggests unified notifications, which may include services on a user’s Android devices. Is Google Now coming to Chrome?
A Notification Center has been added in the latest version of the Chromium build for Windows, a feature that opens the path to the integration of Google Now in Chrome and Chrome OS.