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Google's logo is seen on a building in Irvine, California. We use this phrase every day. Once upon a time, the word "Google" just indicated a very long number. That extends to physical products as well, like these 20 incredibly useful Google products and services you probably didn't know about until now. But the world's most powerful search engine can do more than find things.
At Las Vegas gadget show CES, Google is showcasing new features of its voice-enabled digital assistant including a language translator. We use this phrase every day. Once upon a time, the word "Google" just indicated a very long number. That extends to physical products as well. But the world's most powerful search engine can do more than find things.
Hit play on the player above to hear the podcast and follow along with the transcript below. This transcript was automatically generated, and then edited for clarity in its current form. There may be some differences between the audio and the text. Welcome back to Talking Tech. So how often would you say you use Google?
According to a recent report, by the time you read this sentence, an average of 2.3 million Google searches were conducted. No doubt, Google is our go-to resource. We use it so much that "Google" has become a verb as in, "Just Google it." There's more you can do with Google than merely finding an article, products for sale or websites. Here are seven Google tricks you'll use time and time again.