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Google Now, coming to a desktop near you via Chrome beta
The notification system that will tell you when you need to be somewhere is now coming to desktops as well as mobile.
The desktop version of Google's intelligent personal assistant, Google Now, is due this week.
Google Now is a virtual assistant that aims to anticipate any information users may need from weather reports to football scores or flight delays.
According to Google, users of the Canary build of the Chrome browser have been able to access a test desktop version of Google Now for some time, but now it will be available for Chrome on Windows and Apple OS X, as well as Chrome OS.
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