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Google introduced hands-free voice search in its Chrome beta browser on Thursday for all major desktop platforms. To use it, simply open a new blank tab or navigate to Google.com in Chrome and then speak your query. The voice search works for general searches as well as Google Now information. You can set a reminder, for example, or get a list of upcoming calendar events. Google says the feature is rolling out on desktop platforms in the next few days while Chrome OS will follow. Chromebook and Chromebox owners don’t have to wait though as this extension introduced in November will add voice search.

  1. You know the way the title was worded I thought that Google dared to add some useful functionality to Google Voice. Alas, no!

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    1. Yikes, didn’t mean to be confusing, Zarani, but I see your point. I can’t remember the last time I saw something added to GV!

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