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'OK, Google, make me a cocktail'

With a new update, Google Search is now your own personal bartender. Go ahead, ask it how to make a martini, Moscow mule or any other alcoholic drink.

By 6 March 2015


Use "OK, Google" everywhere on your Android device

If your phone or tablet is running one of the latest versions of Android, you can prompt Google Now with a simple voice command, from any screen.

By 16 July 2014


'OK Google' voice search makes way to Chrome

Google's Chrome browser now lets you search the Web by simply saying "OK Google" -- no clicking or typing needed.

By 22 May 2014


Chrome OS gets 'OK Google' voice search control

Greasy fingers? You can now tell Google's browser-based operating system what to search for by voice when you have a blank or Google search tab open.

By 21 May 2014


Ok Google, where's my car?

A new Google Now feature keeps you from losing your car ever again.

By 3 May 2014


Google introduces 'OK, Google' voice search on Chrome for desktop

Google search on Chrome for desktop can now be voice activated with the "OK, Google" command thanks to an official plug-in.

By 28 November 2013


OK, Google: Now app offers glimpse of hands-free future of search

We take a hands-on look at Google Now's new tools for Android and iOS -- including a new Reminders feature -- and its desktop search counterpart. But to get the most from them, you'll have to keep searching.

By 16 May 2013


Justice Department OKs Google's bid for Motorola

The Justice Department says it doesn't believe that Google's $12.5 billion acquisition of Motorola Mobility will affect competition.

By 14 February 2012


European regulators reported set to OK Google-Motorola deal

Reuters reports that the European Union will approved the $12.5 billion acquisition without any conditions on Monday.

By 11 February 2012


Justice Department set to OK Google-Motorola deal, WSJ says

An approval could happen as early as next week, although U.S. and European regulators remain concerned about Google's commitment to licensing Motorola's patents fairly.

By 9 February 2012