In the next few weeks, you may start to see a new type of result when you search the Google Play Store for an app.
Google Knowledge Graph is an awesome feature that shows you information about whatever you searched instead of just providing links. Whether it’s a location, a film, or a car, you’ll get all the important information right at the top of your search across all devices. It’s incredibly useful, and Google is working on expanding on ... Read More »
Google is a fantastic app due to the included Google Now functionality, a feature many people have become reliant on. It offers information when you need it often without you having to even ask. And with every update, the app gets better. However, Google engineers usually hide indications of future features in the code, and ... Read More »
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Google Now informs you of so many things when you need it. Whether it’s a flight or hotel reservation, it’s incredibly useful to just pull up Google Now and get a direct link to the info you need. It’s quite brilliant. But what about car rentals?
Google has integrated rental car reservation reminders into Google ... Read More »
Many of you who use Google Chrome beta on your computers have had access to this feature for a while, but it has just now come to the stable version of Google Chrome. Instead of searching by hitting a mic button and speaking, Chrome now listens for the “OK Google” command, much like Google Now on ... Read More »
Google has pushed an update to the Google search app for Android that adds some new functionality to Google Now. New cards available in Google Now include information on live TV, third-party music client support and location-aware Google Offers.
Google Now’s live TV support takes the second-screen approach to a new level. If you have ... Read More »
Google has officially announced and detailed Jelly Bean, Android 4.1. And it’s better than we could have possibly imagined. There’s a ton of technical changes and new features that will keep Android ahead of the curve. Let’s take a look at what the update will include.
Jelly Bean will be smoother than any other Android ... Read More »
Google has a very grand outlook on how they invision the future of the web. They’ve been working for years upon years now with the problem of how to better organize information online. But organizing data is only the beginning. Google thinks that learning how to master search algorithms and how to best input information ... Read More »
It’s not everyday you get to see Senior Vice President of Engineering at Google, Vic Gundotra, introduce a new feature in Google+. Google has been busy slowly rolling out changes and improvements to the service, but today’s new additions are special. Finally, Google has enabled clickable hashtags and real-time search support.
So how do these ... Read More »
Back before Google did Android, GMail and Google+, the company did search. They did search so well, nobody really searches for anything online anymore; they Google it. Fortunately, Google’s search-based bloodline has carried over to Android where, of course, Google is offering the best web-search experience in all the mobile landscape. This experience has been ... Read More »