Voice assistants like Microsoft's Cortana, Google's Google Now and Apple's Siri help some of us quite a lot in our daily life but how useful are they when asked incredibly complex questions?
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We have taken the three popular digital assistants and put them in side-by-side for a few tests to see how each performs when asked a series of different questions and the results are a bit intriguing
Google has added its Google Now notifications to users of its Chrome desktop web browser for both Windows and Mac, allowing them to see quick pop-up info for weather, traffic and more.
Google has launched the Google Now launcher for all Nexus and Google Play Edition devices running Android 4.4 KitKat, bringing a revamped homescreen and application drawer in addition to Google Now.
Microsoft is rumored to be working on a secret personal assistant program made to rival Siri and Google Now called "Cortana" that could be a "core" feature in upcoming operating systems.
Google is finally adding some of the capabilities of Google Now into Search. Users will be able to get important info just by typing or saying queries like "When does my flight leave?".
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Google's predictive searching service, Now, is finally available on iOS. It comes in the form of an update to the Google Search app and users will need to opt-in for the service to work.
Google Now was one of the flagship features announced in Android 4.1 and goes head-to-head with Siri. Google may be looking to introduce Now into Google search, according to some leaked code.
Google's chairman, and former CEO, Eric Schmidt has made a passing remark about Google Now on iOS. Schmidt hinted that the Google Now app is awaiting Apple's approval, and will come out soon.
A leaked promotional video shows Google Now will soon be coming to iOS on iPhones and iPads. The service will be integrated in Google's search app and will be similar to the Android version.
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Google's search app for Android has been updated to include a Google Now widget for your home screen and lock screen, improved movie cards and real estate listings.
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It turns out Google Now is even more powerful than just telling you how to get home; it also warns about tsunamis and hurricanes that may affect your location, and gives advice based on it.
Are you stuck on an old device with no means of getting Ice-cream Sandwich or Jelly Bean, but want to see what Google Now offers? Well, now you can via Google Talk on any Android device.
Two weeks have now passed since Google announced Google Now for Android 4.1 (Jellybean), and now, Android Police has documented 60+ voice commands for the service which show-off the app's features.