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.
Communications equipment provider Poly has announced a line of smart, USB Bluetooth speakerphones that use proprietary technology to track the speaker, one of which will be available for sale before Christmas.
The first six-monthly interim report from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commissions Digital Platform Services inquiry shows that the share of online advertising spend of Google and Facebook is increasing, with $53 of every $100 going to Google and $28 to Facebook.
Engineers from the University of NSW are leading a research project aimed at closing a gap in speech recognition systems that they say have until now performed badly in understanding young users of technology.
Sonos delivers a big soundbar with a sound and a price tag to match.
Apple may be about to open up what many refer to as its walled garden and allow the installation of third-party browsers and mail clients on its mobile devices, a report claims.
AirPods Pro, Apple's latest headphones, feature active noise cancellation and a new design.
Thursday, 16 May, is Global Accessibility Awareness Day, and Craig Smith, who works as a school educator in Australia and around the world working with children on the autism spectrum, tells us all about the inspiring inclusive technologies you need to know about – and can even use yourself!
Westpac Bank is claiming an Australian first with the launch of Siri for Westpac, allowing its customers to make payments using voice technology.
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.
AirPlay 2 on Sonos means you can do a stack of Apple-related stuff on your Sonos speakers, adding to its flexibility and giving Sonos additional ammo against Apple's own HomePod.
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!
If you have any iOS device capable of accessing Siri, and you live in Australia, you can now ask Siri on HomePod, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Apple Watch and Macs to play the top ABC radio stations.
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.
Apple's HomePod delays are finally over, with its "breakthrough wireless speaker" bringing "advanced audio technologies into any home for an incredible music listening experience" arriving on 9 February.
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.
The Apple TV 4K is the unit some will argue should have been released last year, but with 4K TV and content much more widely available this year, Apple’s new 4K model is televisually timely.
Just as Samsung is preparing to launch its stylus-enabled Note 8 smartphone in hours' time, and has likely launched as you read this, the company has fortuitously launched Bixby globally outside of US and South Korea just in time.
Router, security, connectivity, IoT, and small business networking maker D-Link has partnered with Google to make its forthcoming products Google Assistant compatible.
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.
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