The “Ok, Google” command has become super useful. Whether you’re on an older version of Android or one of the latest versions, “Ok, Google” will allow you to open up the Android voice assistant — Google Now or Google Assistant, depending on your Android version — and allow you to ask it a question or
Google showed off a bunch of changes forthcoming with the new Google Assistant at the annual I/O event in May. However, no further information was shared. Today, 9to5Mac has managed to obtain a few promotional videos possibly meant for the Pixel 4 which detail the new update well. Firstly, there are changes in the way
If you thought there aren’t enough portable speakers with voice assistants, Bose is now offering another option. Known as the Portable Home Speaker, this device can offer 360-degree sound along with support for voice assistants like Google Assistant as well as Amazon’s Alexa. As you would expect, this speaker runs on battery and connects to
Google is known to be testing several features constantly in an attempt to bring newer and better features to its users. One such feature test has caught our eye thanks to 9to5Google who have reportedly found the ability to send voice guided text messages using Google Assistant even when the phone is locked. This appears
The Google Assistant is a Google’s own voice controlled AI assistant that can make using a smartphone easier for consumers. This was first made available on Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL before being introduced to other Android smartphone models. You can activate this feature by long pressing on the home button of the phone
We all know that Google has been working on its own voice based virtual assistant for some time now. It may be true that Apple came out first into the market with such a product (we are talking about the Siri app on iPhone 4S), but Google is of course working on a similar product.