updated 07:58 am EDT, Thu May 22, 2014
Google rolls out hands-free Voice Search to all desktop Chrome versions
Google has started to roll out its hands-free Voice Search to all desktop Chrome users. Initially released in the beta version of Chrome in February, the option allows Chrome users to start a voice search from a new tab or from Google.com by stating "OK Google" followed by the search query. Engadget reports the feature is currently available in the United States with browsers set to US English, but it could add support for other languages in the near future.
Vodafone UK will offer free six-month Netflix subscription to 4G customers
British carrier Vodafone is attempting to attract subscribers to its 4G service, by offering subscriptions to Netflix. Customers signing up or upgrading to a Red 4G plan for at least £26 ($44) per month can choose to have six months of the video streaming service free, instead of the carrier's existing Sky Sports and Spotify entertainment packages.