Google Upgrades Maps for WinMo and S60 with Voice Search
Google recently introduced Maps for Mobile version 4.1 to the Windows Mobile and S60 platforms. The updated application brings voice search within maps for the first time to both platforms. Users will be able to speak their queries while using Maps for Mobile and Google will translate the speech to text and return relevant results. Google says that users can search for specific addresses, specific businesses, types of businesses and places. The software is a free download.
Oct 27, 2017
Google today said it has updated the way it handles queries in Search and Maps when people travel. Moving forward, people will be served search results based on their actual location, not the domain they've indicated on the web (such as .com, .uk, .de, etc.) Google says people using Search in the U.S.
Sep 24, 2018
Google says it is making a "fundamental shift" in how it thinks about Google Search. The company hopes the changes will make searches more visual and, in the end, more helpful.
Sep 24, 2018
Google today said it wants to help people resume incomplete or old searches. The company is taking a couple of steps to make this happen.
Aug 14, 2017
Google today updated its Google Search and GBoard applications for Android devices and expanded the number of languages supported in voice typing by 30. Google said it worked with native speakers of these languages from around the world to build the needed speech sample data.