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.
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.
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!
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.
Uh-oh, we’re not in Kansas anymore, but a magical place where your voice can control your home, with Telstra and Google working closely together.
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".
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.
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