Good find by Cnet’s Stephen Shankland:

It looks like Chrome users, not just Android users, will get access to Google Now, the search giant’s technology for bringing weather reports, trip departure reminders, birthday alerts, nearby restaurant reviews, and more to the attention of Android users.

Google Now is one of the few recent Google software projects I’m legitimately excited about. It’s very well done and seemingly getting better by the day.

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    This is actually a a unique and interesting way to interact with information. I’m excited to see where it goes
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    Good find by Cnet’s Stephen Shankland: It looks like Chrome users, not just Android users, will get access to Google...
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    Here we go again: The same mistakes browser vendors did in the 90s now in Google Chrome. If you have a successful...
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    This is something to get excited about, Google knowing where you are, who you are, what you’re doing 24/7? Really??
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