Nine Google Now Voice Commands to Take Control of Your Smartphone

Google Now is partly a portal to the main Google search engine, so you can ask the digital assistant anything that you would query Google for: the height of the Eiffel Tower, what six inches is in centimetres or even what’s on your agenda. But the app also integrates with specific features on your phone—here are nine commands you can use with your mobile. Read More >>

These Magic Words Will Wake Your Next Intel-Powered Computer

“Cortana, wake up”. Seriously, that’s it. Say those words to a snoozing Windows 10 computer with a sixth-generation Intel Core processor, and it’ll wake right up from sleep. That’s because the new Intel Skylake processors will always be listening for that command, thanks to a low-power digital signal processor (DSP) built right into the chip. Read More >>

If Google Now Mishears You, Correct it With “No, I Said…”

Google Now is great, but it's not perfect. Sometimes it doesn't hear you quite right. If that happens though, you don't have to repeat the whole command: just tell Google the word it got wrong with "No, I said..." Read More >>

Google Now Expresses its Vulgarity in Explaining an “Upper Decker”

Need to know what an upper decker is? Google Now has you covered. In fantastic detail. Read More >>

LG Adds Google TV to Seven Sets for Smarter Channel Surfing

Keypads are quickly becoming a legacy techonology thanks to a collaboration between LG and Google TV. The company announced today that it is expanding Google TV functionality to seven of its 2013 models. Read More >>