Displaying items by tag: Google Home

A Google search summary of measures to be carried out after a seizure left out the words "do not", resulting in instructions that could well kill a person.

Published in Home Tech

Smart speakers are fantastic devices, where you speak to get news, radio, answers, check appointments, hear music, check the weather, news, traffic, control smart home appliances and much more, and a battery makes that portability potent.

If you've ever wanted to tell your Google Home speaker to GET LOFT, it'll need a battery pack to do so, so JOT down the details within to do the same with your Google Home Mini!

Published in Home Tech

If you've ever wanted to order your air conditioner around by voice so you could order up the right temperature, then Mitsubishi Electric's new voice control capability will get you talking.

Published in Home Tech

Forty-two percent of consumers in Australia now use digital voice assistants compared to 77% in China and 75% in India, according to a survey conducted by business services provider Accenture.

Published in Home Tech

Want to talk to Google Assistant in more than one language? Now you can say "hola, hallo, ciao, salut, and こんにちは to your bilingual Google Assistant", with "routines" now possible, too.

Published in Home Tech

It has taken several months to arrive Down Under after launching in the US in October 2017, but the biggest and loudest version of Google's Home speakers is finally set to go to Max down under for A$549.

Published in Home Tech

Users of Google Home devices across the globe have been hit by a major outage of the network that manages them. Chromecast devices are also reported to be affected.

Published in Internet of Things

With voice assistants used in smart homes to grow 1000% by 2023, up from an estimated 25 million in 2018, you and your voice assistant smart speaker are going to be heard!

Published in Home Tech

If you're a fan of AFL, NRL or Australian rugby, you can now check live scores, match results, upcoming fixtures, and ladders for your favourite footy codes, just by asking Google in just about any way you want.

Published in Home Tech
Saturday, 10 February 2018 11:25

Which home assistant is right for you?

We’re living in the future, with self-driving cars and voice-controlled assistants who turn our lights on and off. Our investigations show they're not yet perfect, but maybe there's a home assistant right for you.

Published in Home Tech
Friday, 09 February 2018 23:10

The home assistant battles have begun

Apple’s HomePod has now made its worldwide debut. It joins Google Home and Amazon’s Alexa-powered range of Echo devices in the battle for home assistant (and wallet). Which one is best for you? iTWire has begun to investigate.

Published in Home Tech
Thursday, 01 February 2018 12:36

Amaysim adds wearables and more to its tech store

Following Amaysim's successful launch of its tech store last year, it is "now welcoming the latest wearables and accessories from the world's leading brands at highly competitive prices".

Published in Home Tech
Thursday, 25 January 2018 09:40

Optus offers Google voice commands for Fetch TV

Optus has announced a tie-up with Fetch TV to ensure that the the latter's set-top box will work with the Google Assistant on Google Home and compatible Android mobiles and iPhones.

Published in Entertainment

Google's Home invasion into the domestic smart speaker market boomed over the holidays, with over a million "Actions" your Google Assistant can now help you with.

Published in Home Tech

That there's no place like home is something you don't need Sherlock Holmes to figure out, but an Apple HomePod in your home won't happen until 2018.

Published in Home Tech

If you have more than one Google voice-activated speaker like Google Home in your house, you can now use Google Assistant to broadcast your voice to send house-wide messages.

Published in Home Tech

Optus claims it is paving the way for telco innovation in customer service with the offering, for the first time, of Google Assistant, allowing its customers to ask Google Home and selected smartphones, questions about their personal mobile plan without needing a handheld device.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Google's new Pixel 2 seeks to be the most powerful iPhone challenger with the most advanced blend of software, hardware and AI, which are also seen in Google's new speakers, live translation headphones, new notebook tablet, camera and more!

Published in Home Tech

The Google Assistant will soon have with a stack of Aussie apps, with developers and companies now able to build apps “to engage with Aussies through Actions on Google".

Published in Home Tech
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