The Google Home Max speaker became available just in time for Christmas and is powered by the one and only Google Assistant. However, some of those who got their wish are experiencing a latency issue with the smart speaker’s aux (line-in) port.
If you can remember back to October, Google announced a brand new Google Home Max speaker at its Made By Google 2017 Event. At the time, the search giant didn’t announce a release date, saying only that it would hit shelves some time in “December.” Last week, Google and Best Buy appeared to spill the beans, listing the product for a brief period of time, disclosing December 11 as the likely day units would become available. Today is December 11, [Read More]
Google’s ultra high-end speaker that was announced back in October looks to be almost ready for the prime time. We’re talking about the third Google Assistant powered speaker in the search giant’s collection, Google Home Max. One Google told us would be ready in December.
Earlier today, Google held its much-anticipated Made By Google 2017 event in the city of San Francisco, CA. During the private event, the tech giant unveiled a bevy of new products including Pixel 2 smartphones and a range of neat accessory upgrades. It has been a whole two years since Google first launched Google Home, and today the company took wraps off not one but two new smart speakers. Google Home Mini is the one we were all expecting, and Google [Read More]
This week Google announced that its Google Assistant has gained support for a new language. Starting this week on Google Home devices, users of the digital assistant can speak in Spanish and get proper responses to requests thanks to an update. This marks another milestone for Google and the progress it has made with Google Assistant in just a few years.
Best Buy wants you to transition your home into a smart home with its latest set of deals. Purchasing any item or item(s) the retailer has marked as “smart” will get you another smart device for free. The free smart device is a smart speaker in that of the Google Home Mini and will act as the hub of which connects your smart home gear together.
Google’s original smart speaker, Google Home, now supports two concurrent commands following a recently received, but minor, software update.
Google has announced the release of a new feature for Google Home and Google Home Mini. Called ‘Broadcasting,’ the addition introduces the ability to broadcast messages across to Google Home speakers throughout your household.