Google search

Google has shown off what's new in search at Google I/O and during the keynote they announced improvements to conversational search,  Google Now and the Knowledge Graph. We've had conversational search on Android and iOS for some time, but now you'll be able to access it through Chrome on any laptop or desktop. You can click the mic to start talking or simply say "Ok Google". It looks pretty slick.

In addition, they also announced support for 4 new languages for their Knowledge Graph: Polish, Turkish, Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese. The Knowledge Graph is the search iteration they unveiled a while back that presents relevant, immediate data based on what you're searching for.

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Google introduces conversational search in Chrome and an expanded Knowledge Graph

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Yeah it should be Türkçe. Türk would be a person who is of Turkish nationality. They used the adjective instead of the noun when translating the word.

I absolutely LOVE Google Now and Search ..this is a great addition! I use it now in my Chrome through the TAB addition in settings. Works great!