Google Home was one of the more interesting home assistants when it launched. It had this chic look that was minimalist and it came with all the might of Google and the Assistant baked in. But while the Home is a good start, Google can’t stop there if they really want to take over your homes.
Well, today, the search engine giant announced two new home devices. The Google Home Max, which is really big, and the Google Home Mini, which is, uh, really tiny.
Guess we have a new player in the smart speaker game as Xiaomi drops a brand new smart speaker called the Mi AI Speaker. The best part? In classic Xiaomi fashion, it’s far more affordable than it probably should be.
Smart home devices are a lot more common now than they were before and we have companies like Amazon and Google to thank for pushing them forward. Although these devices have come under some fire for privacy concerns, this latest bit of news may reveals that your always listening smart home device could actually save lives.
Wow, Apple‘s doing it again. They’re taking yet another stab at reinventing the way we listen to music with a home speaker that they’re calling the….HomePod.
Hmm, we’re not too sure how we feel about that name, but the specs do seem enticing.
Smartphones and virtual reality were not the only things Google showed off at their #madebygoogle event. The tech giant also unveiled a brand new Chromecast, Google WiFi and officially launched the familiar Google Home.
Google has finally revealed the date for their next big event via a cryptic teaser video that doesn’t really reveal much (except the company’s good music taste) besides the fact that something’s happening on the 4th of October.
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Google unveils their take on the home personal assistant — Google Home. It is a fully voice controlled hub that lets you enjoy music and entertainment throughout your entire house, manage everyday tasks and ask Google what you want to know.