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Huawei just unveiled a smart speaker that looks a lot like Google Home – but with one key difference
It’s all in that small, matte white body.
Out of the 11.7 million smart speakers shipped worldwide in Q2 of this year, 41% were distributed by Amazon and 27.6% by Google. That's a much closer race than this time last year.
Samsung just unveiled its first smart speaker, the Galaxy Home, to take on Amazon, Google, and Apple
Samsung announced its own smart speaker, the Galaxy Home, on Thursday. Whether Bixby will be good enough to be your smart speaker of choice is another question altogether.
The Chicago Tribune reports that Google is expected to soon finalize a lease for nearly 14,000 square feet on two floors in Chicago's meatpacking district. With an extensive and growing list of products, the move makes sense.
Google Assistant and Google Home won’t work properly if you completely disable Google’s location tracking
After the Associated Press revealed that Google will sometimes track your location even when 'location history' is turned off, some users decided to completely turn off the settings that enable location tracking. However, this makes Google Assistant unusable, as well as Google Home devices.
Google added a new feature to Google Home devices called Continued Conversation. The feature allows you to ask your Google Home follow-up questions without having to use the wake word every time.
Apple's Siri took an early lead the voice-computing market, but lost much of its momentum to Amazon's Alexa. With some major updates planned for Siri this fall, Apple could get itself back in the race.
‘Alexa, turn on my Xbox’: Amazon Echo and Google Assistant support is reportedly coming to the Xbox One
According to a new report, Xbox One owners will be able to control their console using Amazon's Alexa devices and Google's Assistant devices through an upcoming software update.
The Yandex Station costs 10,000 Rubles, or $160, and is only sold in Russia.
Google's Home outsold Amazon's Echo for the first time during the first quarter of the year, according to a new report from the analytics firm Canalys. Amazon previously had the best-selling smart speaker in the world.