Displaying items by tag: digital assistant

Automation, particularly automation through the use of machine learning, was a recurring theme at Oracle Open World.

Published in Business Software

With Alexa's Skills Kit and Voice Service now available in Australia, it should come as no surprise to see developers already using the Alexa Skills Kit to build new skills and capabilities for local customers.

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 24 January 2018 05:42

Apple HomePod arrives 9 Feb, pre-order 27 Jan, A$499

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.

Published in Home Tech

If you're set to get an Amazon Alexa digital assistant, and you're an Amaysim customer, then a range of useful voice control Alexa features will soon be at your command.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

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

As it gets easier to connect with one another, the lines become increasingly blurred between our physical reality and the digital world. The million-dollar question is whether the enterprise will be able to effectively manage both their intelligent machines and their human talent, an expert in the field of innovation says.

Published in Strategy
Wednesday, 22 March 2017 15:22

Is voice the next user interface?

Apple has Siri, Amazon Alexa, Microsoft Cortana, and Google OK Google/Assistant. Now Samsung has put a very male cat — Bixby — among the pigeons.

Published in ShawThing
Monday, 14 December 2015 12:34

Citrix picks six top business trends for 2016

Citrix VP Martin Duursma outlines the business trends expected in 2016, from the innovation nation to augmented reality, from the freelance economy to software secretaries and more!

As widely expected and predicted, Cortana is coming to Windows 10, with the first look at an early and definitely non-final version leaked by a Windows watching website.

Published in Home Tech

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