Google is beefing up its mobile features with two launches.
First, it has introduced Voice Actions for Android, making it possible to voice command your phone on the company's operating system. Here's a video of how it works:
Second, Google has also launched a new Chrome-to-phone extension. A button to allow users to to "instantly send the current web page, map, YouTube video, or selected phone number or text to your Android device running Froyo (or Android 2.2)," it explained in a blog post. Here's the video:
Android users, you're all set for Google efficiency on the go. Watch out though, it's still no reason to work your mobiles while driving...
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