Speaking or shouting at the Internet will not get you far, but if you yell a couple of destinations or search terms, Chaufr, a new Chrome extension, will assist you to get what you are looking for.
Chaufr is a new Google Chrome extension, which will allow users to perform online searches by simply saying “Wikipedia” and followed by what you are looking for. We have tested the application and found it to work on sites like Amazon, YouTube, Wikipedia and Yahoo!
Unfortunately, we did have one problem with the application. When activating voice input users need to click on an icon in the tool bar, then click on a microphone in the drop down menu. This could have been replaced by a shortcut key to make things easier for users.