You don't need a Google Home appliance to control a Chromecast with your voice: You can do so from your phone now as well.
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If you have a Google Home smart speaker, you can easily and naturally find a phone or other device you've lost at home.
I previously made the case that AI is how Google will win in devices. Now it's time to get a lot more specific.
Harmon Kardon's Cortana-based Invoke smart speaker briefly appeared on the Microsoft Store website today.
Microsoft has found itself in a tough position with Cortana but there is plenty of room in the market for a smart speaker...but it may not be with consumers.
Google announced new Pixel 2 smartphones and accessories, Google Home smart devices, and a new Chromebook 2-in-1.
All of Google's big announcements from next month's event have leaked, including new Pixel 2 smartphones and more.
Google recently announced that hands-free phone calling had come to its Google Home smart speaker.
Sony is releasing a gorgeous Assistant-powered smart speaker that takes the wind out of the sails of Apple's HomePod announcement.
In an escalation of its online shopping battles with Amazon.com, Google has partnered with Walmart to deliver goods to their shared customers.
Today, Google said it had begun rolling out hands-free calling functionality via Google Home to customers in the U.S. and Canada.
Google is now offering a Preview Program for its Home and Chromecast devices, with access to new features before their broader release.
Google Home can answer questions, trigger entertainment experiences, and control smart home devices. But I'm more interested in Google's embrace of the various screens we all have around the home.
When Google announced its Home appliance a year ago, I figure it would quickly evolve into the most powerful and useful solution of its kind, thanks to the firm's deep search engine and machine learning expertise.
A year ago, Google announced its Assistant and the Assistant-powered Home appliance. This year, both products are being significantly upgraded.