You can now easily correct a misheard word in Google Now with “no I said” command

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Has Google Now ever misheard a word you meant to say?

Chances are, it has. Although the service is pretty damn accurate, it’s still a developing technology and has a ways to go before being perfect. Google knows its product isn’t perfect, and in addition to improving voice recognition in Google Search, it has now added a “no I said ___” command for when the app mishears something you said.


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NVIDIA’s Tegra K1 chip showcased in several Google I/O announcements

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During Google’s keynote presentation for Google I/O 2014 yesterday, one of the demo videos shown to the audience highlighted some of the new graphics properties that will be available to developers in Android L. The video shared a little rivalry that put on display the graphic tools that will be available via the Android Extension Pack. To help highlight the potential, Google enlisted the aid of Epic games and their Unreal Engine 4 and NVIDIA with their Tegra K1 processor which is a 64-bit processor. Be sure to check out the video below to see how close Android will be getting to matching desktop level DirectX 11 graphics.
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Audi announces intention to deploy Android Auto

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Earlier today Google took the wraps off their new Android Auto platform to bring Android to the automobile. They indicated they expect the new system to be available in autos on the market before the end of the year. While they have not committed to getting something out to consumers quite that fast, Audi has issued a press release indicating that starting in 2015 “all-new” models that are equipped with Audi’s MMI system will be Android Auto ready.
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Google talks developer tools during keynote session

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During Google’s keynote session that got Google I/O 2014 off to a roaring start, the attention grabbing news for many people was the preview of the L Developer Edition or the release of new wearable devices or maybe even the announcement of Android Auto. For developers though, some key bits of information came later during the session when Google introduced some new tools that would help those developers generate a positive revenue stream. Speaking of that, Google indicated developers have been paid over $5 Billion since last year’s Google I/O, which was 2.5 times the amount from the prior year.
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