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Google Now gets new features in latest Search update

Google Now gets new features in latest Search update

Google has been rolling out new functionality to quite a few of its services lately, including full-size photo support for Google+, improved auto-complete predictions in Gmail, and data autosync for Chrome for Android, to name a few. Now we're seeing another update, this time for Google Now. With this update, Android users will find additional Google Now settings in Google Search, including real-time package tracking.

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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: April 3, 2013

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: April 3, 2013

Welcome to Wednesday evening everyone. Perhaps the biggest story to hit the Internet today was Disney's statement that it has shut down LucasArts, instead shifting to a license-based model, opening the series up to a wider range of game developers. Speaking of games, Rovio announced its 2012 revenue, pulling in a profit of approximately $71 million, while EA's All Play senior vice president told Games Industry that the majority of gamers prefer its freemium model.

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Google updates Gmail with improved auto-complete predictions

Google updates Gmail with improved auto-complete predictions

Google has just updated its Gmail app to bring improved autocomplete predictions to the service. The update should be rolling out to all Gmail users worldwide, as well as Google Apps for Business users. Autocomplete predictions will now include contact thumbnails next to your contacts, as well as past search queries made within your Gmail account. The update is rolling out as we speak, and should be available to all Gmail users within the next few days.

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Chrome for Android now syncs autofill data and passwords

Chrome for Android now syncs autofill data and passwords

Google has officially updated its Chrome for Android app to include password and autofill data syncing for your mobile device. Those features were available for beta users last month, but now everyone can enjoy them. The app syncs the autofill and password data stored on your computer, further integrating the browser on both devices and making Google Chrome an even more compelling choice for users.

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Chrome 19 Stable release adds tab syncing

Chrome 19 Stable release adds tab syncing

Google has unleashed the Stable release version of Chrome 19, adding tab syncing capabilities that will allow you to access the same tabs on your smartphone from where you left off on your computer or vise versa. If you found something interesting while browsing the web at work you won't have to lose your place when you get home or go on the road.

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Chrome for Android leaving beta “in a matter of weeks”

Chrome for Android leaving beta “in a matter of weeks”

Google first released Chrome for Android back in February, and it was met with a warm reception. It featured a more intuative UI over the stock browser, and while it sacrificed a little in raw performance, it brought some additional features to the table like tab syncing. The browser did launch as a beta though, leaving many wondering when the final version would arrive. Wonder no more: Sundar Pichai, senior vice president of Chrome and Apps for Google, has said that Chrome will lose its beta status “in a matter of weeks.”

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Chrome for Android update adds 31 new languages

Chrome for Android update adds 31 new languages

Since Google released Chrome for Android Beta back in February, it has promised to keep improving the browser by "leaps and bounds," and today it has unleashed an update that adds several new features and support for 31 additional languages along with availability in all countries where Google Play, formerly Android Market, is accessible.

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: February 8, 2012

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: February 8, 2012

Incase you've been living under a rock, there's one whole heck of a lot of press flying around surrounding hackers and their devlish ways, most recently this group from over the sea cutting down Symantec with leaks of their old, old codes. Next there's some big time cameras coming out this spring, here with the Olympus OM-D E-M5 a bit of retro on the outside and power on the inside. For the mobile world, get ready for the Nokia customization party to commence as they ax thousands of jobs - and rely entirely on Windows Phone for power.

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