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World’s leading search engine Google has just silently rolled out its major algorithm update code named as ‘Hummingbird’ . You might not know it but you are experiencing it already while searching the internet by using Google. Senior VP at Google said that the new algorithm ‘Hummingbird’ affects 90% of all searches, and has been in place for about a month. Hummingbird is the most significant algorithm change after the “Caffeine” back in 2010. Its been fifteen years of Google search. This major update affects on offering up direct answers to questions? So Hummingbird focuses on parsing searches as complex questions.

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sergey brin google glass demo video

So why Google Glass? We have got the PCs and smart phones that can do the same. We can captures photos/videos, use internet, ask directions, communicate by using smart phone that is always in our pockets or hand. Then why Glass? Sergey Brin explains how Glass makes a big difference in our lives. This is why you will need Google Glass.

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Sergey Brin and Larry Page wear Google Glass for its demonstration.

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by on May 26th, 2013

google trends live

View latest topics and search trends from Google, live in an animated way. If you like to know what is being searched right now or which news is getting more attention over the web then Google trend has got a live animated tool to explore that in a beautiful way.

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Google Now can be your best personal digital assistant. Google Now cards help you stay informed and manage your personal and business life in a better way. Well informed and connected person can best utilize his available time and potential. Where ever you go, Google now keeps you informed about the weather, traffic, nearby places of interest, sports, movies, concerts, stocks, transportation and much more. Google Now does not need GPS, so you will get the right info on your smart device all day long, with minimal battery use. Depending on your use of Google Now, it will display information that you need quickly. Go to Google Now settings and select or add what you like. For example: You can go to sports > Teams and add your favorite teams to get information about your favorite sports teams. Get answers without typing. Tap microphone and ask anything to get relevant answer. Give it system level commands that it can pass to Siri to perform specific action (e.g. email, call). Take a photo (of landmarks, products, artwork etc.) by using your mobile camera and search relevant information about it.

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google now on ipad

That’s apps section of Google now, above in screenshot. Above nearby search, you can see three little icons of voice, apps and settings for Google Now. Google Now (updated Google search app) is pretty neat app, now also available for iOS. It is available for Android as well. I have tried it on my iPad and its brilliant, smooth and useful. You have got Siri and iOS search app in your iPhone and iPad but you gonna enjoy Google Now as well.

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‘Google now’ is updated search app by Google for Android based devices and iDevices. Google Now is also available for iPhone and iPad now. Google now helps you to manage your day. Its like personal assistant. Breaking news, restaurant reservations, nearby attractions, traffic situations, weather, appointments, sports, flights, public transportation – its all here right in your smart device. Google Now helps you take the right and informed decisions through out your day. Stay on top of what’s happening in your life every day, including what you need to do, where you need to go, and how to get around. Google Now brings ‘Enhanced Voice Search’. Simply say what you want and get results without typing. It has got enhanced voice recognition with text streamed on the fly. Get answers spoken directly back to you with results.

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Google is using advanced computer science to make driving experience safer and more enjoyable by putting it to autopilot. Fully automated cars used by Google are on the roads at any given time, and have completed more than 300,000 miles of testing. They’ve covered a wide range of traffic, environment and weather conditions, and Google claims that there hasn’t been a single accident under computer control. These automated cars use video cameras, radar sensors and a laser range finder to sense other traffic, as well as detailed maps. For this project, here is what they are trying to achieve further.

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