Desktop users can have a conversation with Google search (sort of), the Kwikset Kevo locks doors with a finger tap, and Twitter adds a new twist for marketers.
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In this episode of Update:
- Get chatty with
Google's new voice search on the Chrome browser
. But Google's still working out the kinks, so don't expect it to be flawless at first search.
- Give your home the right touch with a
Kwikset Kevo door lock that opens with a finger tap
- Hear what a Walmart executive has to say about
the future of shopping with apps
- Plan to give your
future GM car some apps to call its own
- Share your e-mail to advertisers with
the click of a tweet
- Avoid Bluetooth-pairing chaos in the classroom with
Logitech's Wired Keyboard for iPad
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