Chrome is Finally Getting Hands-Free "OK Google" Search

Even if your family gets bored and stops listening to you this Christmas, at least your computer will still have open ears. Just in time for the dark nights of winter, Google has officially released voice recognition for Chrome browsers in the form of a Chrome extension. Read More >>

Google Search Can Now Answer Questions About Your Specific Life

With the promise of conversational search, it's pretty clear that Google's ultimate goal is to become your very own, sci-fi, voice controlled personal assistant. And the new features Google's adding to search bring us even closer that reality. Read More >>

Google Just Beat Siri to TV Voice Search

Google TV is getting voice search. And that's pretty awesome because some of us get violently angry at scrolling through pages and pages of a guide. Read More >>

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Google Voice Search Vs. Siri UK-Style

OK, so we've seen how Google's new voice search app handles itself against Siri in the US, but what about in good old Blighty? Siri's been notoriously crap in the UK, and only recently stopped annoying the hell out of us with "I'm sorry... only in US English and in the United States." So, which one's better in the UK? Google's voice search or Siri? Read More >>

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Google Voice Search Vs. Siri: Who's the Best iPhone Assistant?

With Google's release of its brand new search app for iOS, we decided to put Siri in the ring with Voice Search — now available on your iPhone — to see if she could defend her own turf. Read More >>

Google's Taking Siri Head-On, On the iPhone

The battle for the voice assistant crown is raging, and now Google's gone and crossed over behind enemy lines. It's doing what Apple can't, bringing its voice searching tech from Jelly Bean and shoving it into its iPhone search app. This is Google Voice Search, just on the iPhone and iPad, and it's launching on iOS before most Android phones get it too. Read More >>

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Jelly Bean's Voice Search Beats New Siri Hands Down (Updated With S-Voice too)

First Apple upped its game in the voice assistant race with new Siri in iOS 6, now Google's come in and raised the bar yet again with Jelly Bean. Android 4.1's new default Voice Search is lightning quick; incredibly powerful, and even sounds less like an automaton than Siri. Read More >>


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