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Google Now Finally Works in Chrome

Adam Clark Estes, Gawker Media

Google Now Finally Works in Chrome

It's been months in the making , but Google Now is ready to take over your desktop. The newest build for Chrome will include the preemptive search and personal assistant services for all users. You can expect to see the Google Now cards start popping out the notifications area any day now.

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Everything Google Stayed Curiously Quiet About At I/O This Year

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Everything Google Stayed Curiously Quiet About At IO This Year

In tech journalism, rumors are like editorial gambits. Some seem like a sure thing, some just smoke and mirrors, while others still are very real but very far off. Earlier this week, I took a good guess at what I thought might pop up at Google I/O 2015. But there were a few things that were curiously missing.Technology is filled with all kinds of rumors and speculation - real and fabricated. BitStream collects all those whispers into one place to deliver your morning buzz.Here's hoping these rumors don't live out the rest of their lives as some mythical Loch Ness tech monster.
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