|SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Google is trying to upstage Siri, the sometimes droll assistant that answers questions and helps people manage their lives on Apple's iPhone and iPad.
The duel begins Monday..|
Huffington Post on April 29, 2013
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True to form, Google has announced they’ll be killing, or “sunsetting” as they put it on the West coast, another one of their many..|
redOrbit on April 29, 2013
|With the aim of growing its social media presence, 3DPageFlip.com has set up profiles on Facebook and Twitter, and plans to join many other SNS platforms in the near future.
A creator of digital..|
i-Newswire.com on April 26, 2013
|Plus conspiracy theories charted, Microsoft's Windows numbers examined again, ancient computers still in harness, and more
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guardian.co.uk on April 24, 2013
|Google could bring Google Now to the desktop.
Unofficial Google blog, Google Operating System notes that code for Google Now is appearing at Google.com.
Google Now is its service that tries to..|
Business Insider on April 22, 2013
|Evidence suggests Google will bring the context aware service to your browser|
Ars Technica on April 22, 2013
|iGoogle isn't long for this world, but that doesn't mean that Google won't have a personalized home page for you. [Read more]
CNET News.com on April 22, 2013
|While everyone else speculates about new Nexii and what sweet treat the next version of Android will be named after, we're anticipating some exciting news about Now at Google I/O. Specifically that it..|
engadget on April 22, 2013
|Google to deliver goods quickly to online shoppers
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