An oft-requested feature is finally making its way into Google Now, at least for Android 5.0 Lollipop users. Lollipop users can now use Google Now voice commands to toggle Wi-Fi, Bluteooth and the flashlight on or off. The feature first made an appearance last year, but saved zero time, as instead ... Read More »
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Google Now is a tool that many of us rely on every day to display traffic info, help us keep track of flights, learn about sports scores and more. And thanks to a new feature, it looks like we’re going to start relying on it even more.
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If you’ve got a Nest Learning Thermostat, then you’ll be pleased to hear that it’s now even easier to control your Nest with your phone.
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Google has announced today that the official Google Calendar app for Android is going to see a big update with all sorts of automagical (their word, not ours) changes and an entirely new design. The update will be rolling out to Android 5.0 devices starting today, with a 4.1+-compatible version landing in the coming ... Read More »
Google started life in 1996 as a search engine that helped us to better explore the Internet with our computers. Fast forward to 2014, and we know Google is pioneering the science behind making it easier to get the information we want in our hands via voice recognition. We don’t communicate with those nearby us by writing ... Read More »
Google is making airline shopping a bit easier with a new flight price monitor card in Google Now. When you search for a flight through Google, Google Now will display the best prices for that flight on a card and let you know if they increase or decrease. For those that frequently travel or even ... Read More »
I’ve read in more than one place that Android wear is just an extension of your phone or just Google Now on your wrist. It’s just a way to not have to pull your phone out of your pocket as much. Android Wear does do these things, but I think it’s much more. Maybe we ... Read More »
Google Now is bringing you a new way to live your vacation to the fullest. Beginning today, Google Now will notice if you have a hotel confirmation in your Gmail inbox and then give you suggestions on things to do. Feel free to ask Google Now for things to do near your ... Read More »
There’s no denying the existence of a market in which people simply don’t care about what kind of custom software features their phone has. All they care about is the fact that it’s cheap and can run apps. A company making phones for that market would be truly smart if they focused solely on hardware and ... Read More »
I’ve been a happy Pebble user for over a year. I wore it everywhere. If by some crazy mistake I forgot to bring it with me on an outing, I felt naked. I’m quick to admit that I’m a huge nerd, but I really enjoyed the functionality that the Pebble gave me to always be ... Read More »