Google’s Siri-like competitor, Google Now, is making the move to the full-screen. pointed out by CNET (originally found by Francois Beaufort, a new listing on the Chromium development site shows a new “skeleton for Google Now for Chrome” has been created. The project is clearly in the early stages but has the potential to be a huge feature of Chrome later on down the road.

By integrating Google Now features into Chrome, Google is bringing a big traffic and information source to both mobile and desktop platforms, which will of course result in more revenue.

How would you feel talking to your computer like you do to a cellphone? Awkward or just another extension?



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