Google Now named “Innovation of the year” by Popular Science (video)

By: Rossella Alessi | 16 November 2012

The famous US magazine Popular Science proclaimed  the winner of  their annual “Innovation of the Year” award, and if in the past they choose items like the Atari gaming system or the iPhone, this year the Editor-in-Chief opted  for Google Now, saying that

It crosses a line in terms of human expectations about our relationship with technology. It is the first product that suggests something to you before you thought of it.

These are his words on the decision to give the important award to Google’s voice feature, that it’s improving it’s voice  recognition capabilities considerably with every new release. Check out the video below released by Jacob where he shares the reasons why  Google Now is considered  incredibly innovative.

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