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It’s always interesting to see what the future might hold. For the annual South by Southwest Conference, Google converted a nearby home with 12 rooms into a showplace for Google Assistant so that conference goers could see what the Connected …
The amount of online advertising pollution has hit such a critical mass that Google and Apple, through their Chrome and Safari browsers, are about to take matters into their own hands. For those who do not have software that blocks …
In the past year, about 60% of smartphone users have started using voice to do search rather than typing in the information in their smartphone, according to an article in Search Engine Land. Voice search is quite different from …