You can talk to your smartphones, tablets, computers, TVs, smart speakers, smart displays, home systems and more, and one of the world's favourite ways to speak to your devices is Amazon's Alexa, with Amazon sharing how we're using Alexa devices.
Said to be "built for connectivity and entertainment", Samsung boasts its new Galaxy Tab S5e "packs smart features into a thinner and lighter frame".
From a massively enhanced S-Pen through to advanced cameras, a 512GB storage option, 6.4-inch display, 4000mAh battery and more, Samsung is doing its utmost to reign supreme as the No.1 Android.
Adobe Scan for Bixby Vision turns "point and shoot" into "just point for a PDF".
Just missing out on the Christmas sales season in Australia, Amazon's Echo and Alexa are finally arriving down under early next year, with dev access too.
Samsung has introduced a "new strategy to unify IoT services under SmartThings, in addition to the next-generation Bixby 2.0, and advanced AR capabilities on more Galaxy smartphones".
Twice bitten by delays, but no longer shy, Bixby is now officially rolling out to US owners of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+, despite Samsung stating three weeks ago that it still needed more “big data".
The Wall Street Journal reports that Samsung is working on a HomePod and Echo-like, Bixby-powered smart speaker, but the Korea Herald puzzlingly says Samsung needs more data to Bixby’s, presumably to cure deafness.
The English version of Bixby, Samsung's much-touted voice-activated virtual assistant, is not going to be available in the US until late June, more than two months after the Galaxy S8 smartphone launched.
Although Bixby is due to launch sometime this month in the US, and later this year in Australia, South Korea S8 and S8+ owners can now get the Bixby update.
The new Samsung 5.8” S8 and 6.2” S8+ go well beyond the capabilities of previous Galaxy class S smartphones, taking the term “glass slab” to new heights – a galactic overachiever.
It’s not just Australians and the rest of the world that will be unable to use the Bixby voice control at launch, now Samsung admits the US won’t be able to either.
Samsung’s new Galaxy S8 and S8+ builds on its Galaxy foundations and adds some new features, that sets it apart from all its Android competition.
“Hi, I am Samsung’s intelligent digital voice agent – you can call me Bixby. I am not really a person but I hope I can make your life easier.”
Apple has Siri, Amazon Alexa, Microsoft Cortana, and Google OK Google/Assistant. Now Samsung has put a very male cat — Bixby — among the pigeons.
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