Google has officially killed off the Google Now name, replacing it with a smarter, more personalized feed that aims to deliver only the most relevant information to your phone.
It's also looking like the term Google Now is going away with the company uniting its effort behind the new Google Assistant.
The dev channel's new tab page includes recommended articles and recent bookmarks laid out in the familiar stream of cards.
Some Android users have a better mechanism to tell Google their favorite bands, sports teams, movies, people, and more.
The predictive service is always a work in progress, and the latest tweaks might make it a more useful aide for your day.
This major redesign to Android's launcher kills off the app drawer button and pushes you to interact more regularly with Google Now.
More hands-free commands may be coming to Google maps and Android Auto, which should help keep your eyes where they belong.
Just because your phone doesn't have a Nexus logo doesn't mean it can't work like stock Android.
Once a bloated ugly mess, Samsung’s TouchWiz interface now offers innovations that Google ought to borrow.
Google has just updated its Google Search Android app, which now includes a home screen widget for the Google Now service.
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