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Jeff Lusk 2016-12-19
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Christmas is coming, and Google Assistant is getting into the holiday spirit.

Just in time for Santa s arrival, the fun-loving virtual helper has been given an injection of good tidings in the form of a few seasonal responses.

Available across all instances of Google Assistant—Allo, Google Home, and the Pixel phones—the new commands will help you find Santa, have a good laugh or just get a dose of cheer.

If you ask where Santa is, for example, it will tell you that he s still chilling at the North Pole.

Presumably it will provide a more specific location on the night before Christmas to match the Google Santa Tracker that also springs to life that night.

GoogleNo matter your faith, Google Assistant will spread the holiday cheer.

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Ralph Elliot 2017-07-20
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By the time Amazon finally gave up on its Fire Phone, it had $83 million worth of inventory gathering dust in its warehouses—even though at that point, the phones only cost a dollar on contract.

It remains perhaps the biggest flub of Jeff Bezos’ career, a missed shot at getting a foothold in smartphones, the most important new consumer product in generations.

Yes, Amazon got burned on smartphones the first time around.

A voice assistant isn't worth much when it can’t assist you beyond your block.

“Alexa is never going to achieve true first-party status and integration on a third-party smartphone,” says Jan Dawson, founder of Jackdaw Research.

The benefits create a virtuous circle: The more you use Alexa, the better it gets.

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Wayne Strickland 2016-12-08
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Developers can now create Actions for Google Home using the Actions on Google platform, the company announced today.Like an Alexa Skill, Actions are the controls that power a voice-enabled Google Assistant.

There are two kinds of interactions with Google Assistant: Conversation Actions and Direct Actions.With early access to the platform, bot makers can build Conversation Actions for Google Home and ask to become an early access partner for upcoming platform features.Actions made by early partners will begin to roll out in the coming weeks, said Google Assistant product lead Jason Douglas.More than 50 startups and corporations will launch Google Assistant Actions, Google said at its major hardware premiere in October.

Early partners include WebMD, CNN, and Quora.Google Home went on sale Nov. 4 with integrations from IFTTT, Internet of Things devices, and music services like Spotify and Pandora, as well as the ability to search the web, make alerts, and answer questions.Google is also inviting developers to join early access programs to use the platform for purchases, reservations, or appointments, or to make Actions for Pixel smartphones or the Allo chat app.Purchases, reservations, and appointment bookings are among the initial priorities in the early days of the Google Assistant ecosystem, said Douglas.

Sophisticated developers can develop directly against that conversation API , but there s also an SDK for node.js, so that simplifies this process, he said.Douglas added that the Google Assistant platform for third-party integrations will be available for Pixel smartphones and the Allo chat app in 2017.This means if a developer creates an Action today it will be available on Google Home and will be available for Pixel smartphones and the Allo chat app in the future.

One of the key principles about this platform and how we re building it is it will eventually be available everywhere the assistant itself is, which will be across lots of Google products and platforms, he said.

The Actions on Google website now includes more of what developers need to build Actions for Google Assistant, including the ability to test, deploy, and design conversation actions.Bot creation platforms Gupshup and API.ai acquired by Google in September can also be used to create Actions.

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Letha Byrd 2017-05-15
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p In just a few days, Google will kick off its annual I/O conference and the year of Android will finally begin in earnest.

The company has been busy, but until Sundar Pichai takes the stage at the Shoreline Amphitheater, we won’t know for sure what Google has in store for the rest of 2017.

The rumor mill has been oddly quiet with the show mere days away from starting, and we’re on pins and needles waiting to see what Google has to show us.

Among our favorites, Google will be limiting background processes to eke out more battery life between charges, a new API will let us access password manager right inside Chrome, and picture-in-picture will let us work and play simultaneously on our phones.

The first developer preview is for coders who need to do testing, and isn't part of the beta program.

And we have to assume that Google is also prepping some long-overdue commands, like setting sleep timers, creating reminders, and reading recent texts or emails.

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Kevin Oconnor 2019-07-10
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Google already finalized the Android Q APIs in Beta 4, so what does that leave for this release?

To recap: with Android Q Google is introducing a brand-new "Fully gestural" navigation system, which eschews Android's traditional three-button navigation system for a gesture system that enables all three functions (Back, Home, and Recent Apps) to be triggered with swipes.

The new navigation system saves a ton of space, with only a transparent gesture bar at the bottom of the screen, just like on an iPhone X.

For Beta 5, Google is introducing a new gesture for the Google Assistant—swipe up from the corner.

We are just working off of a blog post for now, so we don't have any screenshots, but XDA was able to score an early build and show off the new Assistant gesture.

At Google I/O, Google gave several talks explaining the new navigation panel behavior, saying the navigation panel would eat the first swipe in from the side of the screen, and a second swipe would trigger back.

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Richard Bond 2016-10-04
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At a press event in San Francisco today, Google provided more detail about the Google Home, its smart speaker that lets you talk with Google.

The company first introduced the hardware at the Google I/O developer conference in May but did not talk about how much it would cost or when exactly it would become available to consumers.It will be available for $129.

It will become available in the Google Store, Walmart, Best Buy, and Target stores starting on November 4.

There will be several bases available for consumers to choose from.The top of the device has a touch-capacitive panel to start interacting with Google — as an alternative to triggering it with the hotword OK, Google — and it produces rich bass and natural highs, said Mario Queiroz, head of the product management group in Google s hardware division.

The device supports many music streaming services, including Google Play Music, Pandora, Spotify, and Tunein, and it remembers users preferences so they don t have to keep specifying it in every voice command.

Plus, users will be able to Cast audio to Google Home and also control Chromecast devices from the Google Home.If you have multiple Google Home devices, only the devices that understand what you say will respond to your voice commands.

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Jerry Miller 2018-11-11
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Beyond Gmail, Google Maps, and YouTube, Google Assistant is shaping up to be one of the most important Google products in the years ahead, and it’s already more pervasive and more advanced than you might have realised.

While the Assistant can do that, it can also control your smart lights, text your friends, send you reminders when you arrive at a certain place, and much more besides.

You can speak and type to Google Assistant on your phone: It comes built into some handsets (like the Pixels and the LG G7), or you can download it for Android or iOS.

It’s available in Wear OS, of course, and as part of Android TV, so you can shout out commands to change channels and launch apps if you’ve got a Sony set with Android TV on board or something like the Nvidia Shield TV hooked up.

Get answers from the web of course: From the age of your favourite celebrity to the sunset times in your neighbouring city to the time of the match tomorrow.

It’s probably still what Google Assistant is known best for, and while we won’t run you through an exhaustive list of every single supported query, it’s largely common sense.

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Scott Morell 2017-01-03
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With the launch of a standalone app last fall, Android Auto removed the need to purchase a new car to take advantage of its hands-free navigational tools.

Soon, you might not even need a phone.

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is showing off a new collaboration with Google at CES that will use Android to power the in-car infotainment system.

The technology merges FCA s Uconnect system with Nougat to create an integrated system that bakes Android s best features–Google Assistant and Google Maps, along with popular apps like Pandora and Spotify–right into the dash.

The system is still in the concept stage, but Fiat Chrysler will be demoing the tech inside a Chrysler 300 sedan at the Las Vegas expo this week.

The company is working closely with Google on the system, which expands beyond the capabilities of Android Auto to include things like radio tuning and climate controls.

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Brian Plymel 2017-04-20
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Google Assistant on Google Home is now able to support up to six user accounts and detect unique voice signatures, the company announced today.This allows Google Home users to customize a number of features, from the answer to the question “What’s on my calendar?” to the “Tell me about my day?” feature that provides specific commute, weather, and news for each user.

It also includes features such as nickname, work location, payment information, and linked accounts like Google Play, Spotify or Netflix.Since its launch last fall, Google Assistant on Google Home has become able to answer questions, provide personal info (like calendar or flight information), and convey a unique personality.

Google Home can also order items from more than 50 retailers across the United States by voice and set flight tracking alerts.The news of Google Home being able to support multiple accounts should not come as a surprise to close followers of the intelligent assistant.Initial hints at multi-user support emerged last month from Android application package code.

And a few weeks back, Google Assistant users saw an unexpected card in the Discover tab of the Google Home app stating that the voice-powered intelligent assistant could support multiple users.

The change was announced today in a blog post by product manager Yury Pinsky.A source familiar with the matter told VentureBeat the card declaring “Multiple users now supported” was actually released early, as the result of a malfunction by the Google Home app.

Now that the multi-user feature is available, you can add new users by tapping the “Multiple users now supported” card or by going to the Devices area of Google Home (in the top right-hand corner of the app or the sandwich menu in the top left-hand corner).Once in the Devices area, choose to “Link Your Account.”The assistant will then ask you to say the phrases “Ok Google” and “Hey Google” two times each.

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Dwayne Alcorn 2018-11-21
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The latest version of Google Assistant for iOS lets you summon Google Assistant via Siri.

You have to say "Hey Siri, OK Google" to open Google Assistant.

It's an imperfect workaround, but it helps break down the barrier that Apple built around its ecosystem — before now, there wasn't a way to open Google Assistant using your voice on iOS.

That means you can summon Siri and ask it to summon Google Assistant using your voice.

It goes like this: "Hey Siri, OK Google."

Siri will then open the Google Assistant app, at which point you have to say "OK Google" again to start asking questions or issuing commands to Google Assistant.

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Anthony Sullivan 2018-10-15
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Google Assistant is getting into the Halloween spirit.

You can ask Google Assistant Halloween-related questions and get silly (or spooky!)

Even “regular” Google Assistant commands will likely get spooky as we get closer to October 31.

Halloween is right around the corner, and Google Assistant is getting into the (ghostly) spirit of things.

Starting now, you can ask Google Assistant Halloween questions and get some silly and/or spooky answers.

As we get closer to October 31, even some “regular” questions you ask of Google Assistant will get Halloweenified.

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Robert Holloway 2017-04-12
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Google Assistant on Google Home can now easily track a plane ticket price, Google announced today.Simply by saying “How much are flights to (insert name of city here)?,” Google Assistant will tell you the starting price for flights leaving in two weeks.

After asking if you have dates in mind for when you want to leave and return, Google Assistant now offers to send email alerts when the price changes.The new Google Assistant functionality works with the flight search engine Google Flights.

Each flight price tracking alert triggers created with Google Assistant triggers an email confirmation from Google Flights.Devices like Pixel smartphones or those running Marshmallow or Nougat operating systems can also chat with Google Assistant to arrange flight price alerts.

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Jim Evans 2017-05-17
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p At its I/O 2017 developer conference today, Google announced Google Assistant is coming to iOS today as a standalone app, rolling out to the U.S. first.

Until now, the only way iPhone users could access Google Assistant was through Allo, the Google messaging app nobody uses.

Google Assistant for iPhone requires iOS 9.1 or higher.

/p p Scott Huffman, vice president of Google Assistant engineering, made the announcement onstage.

He also revealed that Google Assistant is already available on over 100 million Android devices.

/p p Huffman also added that Google Assistant is becoming available in more languages on both Android and iOS (it’s still English-only today).

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James Dalporto 2019-05-08
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From Google Assistant to the budget Pixel 3A, here's everything the search giant announced.

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Edward Hickey 2017-12-13
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This week Google released their Google Assistant feature in Android for a wider range of devices than ever before.

With this update comes The Google Assistant on Tablets, and The Google Assistant on some Lollipop devices, just as long as they’re smartphones and aren’t completely bonkers older than dirt.

The Google Assistant is spreading to all Androids like a creeping, crawling ooze.

Google Play Services was the sleigh on which Google Assistant rode in earlier this year.

Google made the push for all devices – or at least most devices – running Android 6.0 Marshmallow or higher.

This meant one whole heck of a lot of Androids had access to The Google Assistant – and now the company is expanding further.

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Murari Lal 2021-07-21
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We all use Google but do you know what Google Assistant is and how Google speaks.

Google Assistant is a Voice-Controlled Smart Assistant which is an extension of Google designed by Google Now.

The use of the Android Phone has made our life very easy, and all this has been possible due to Google and the Google Assistant made by it.What is the Google Assistantwe can define Google Assistant as our personal assistant on our phone.

Like Google Assistant, Apple's Siri and Microsoft's Cortana are also assistants working on Artificial.For how to talk to Google Assistant, you have to download it from Play Store on your phone and then click on Google Assistant's Mic button and speak your mind.How does Google speak?Google Assistant is Google's own Smart Voice-Controlled Assistant which mainly works on AI (Artificial Intelligence).

Actually, this is a Google Extension of Google Now which has been made for personal use.

For this, Google's Voice-Controlled Commands 'OK Google' is an expansion of 'Hey Google'.What Google Assistant doesGoogle Assistant is capable of doing almost all the work related to your phone with just Voice Search.

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Jeff Lusk 2016-12-19
img

Christmas is coming, and Google Assistant is getting into the holiday spirit.

Just in time for Santa s arrival, the fun-loving virtual helper has been given an injection of good tidings in the form of a few seasonal responses.

Available across all instances of Google Assistant—Allo, Google Home, and the Pixel phones—the new commands will help you find Santa, have a good laugh or just get a dose of cheer.

If you ask where Santa is, for example, it will tell you that he s still chilling at the North Pole.

Presumably it will provide a more specific location on the night before Christmas to match the Google Santa Tracker that also springs to life that night.

GoogleNo matter your faith, Google Assistant will spread the holiday cheer.

Wayne Strickland 2016-12-08
img

Developers can now create Actions for Google Home using the Actions on Google platform, the company announced today.Like an Alexa Skill, Actions are the controls that power a voice-enabled Google Assistant.

There are two kinds of interactions with Google Assistant: Conversation Actions and Direct Actions.With early access to the platform, bot makers can build Conversation Actions for Google Home and ask to become an early access partner for upcoming platform features.Actions made by early partners will begin to roll out in the coming weeks, said Google Assistant product lead Jason Douglas.More than 50 startups and corporations will launch Google Assistant Actions, Google said at its major hardware premiere in October.

Early partners include WebMD, CNN, and Quora.Google Home went on sale Nov. 4 with integrations from IFTTT, Internet of Things devices, and music services like Spotify and Pandora, as well as the ability to search the web, make alerts, and answer questions.Google is also inviting developers to join early access programs to use the platform for purchases, reservations, or appointments, or to make Actions for Pixel smartphones or the Allo chat app.Purchases, reservations, and appointment bookings are among the initial priorities in the early days of the Google Assistant ecosystem, said Douglas.

Sophisticated developers can develop directly against that conversation API , but there s also an SDK for node.js, so that simplifies this process, he said.Douglas added that the Google Assistant platform for third-party integrations will be available for Pixel smartphones and the Allo chat app in 2017.This means if a developer creates an Action today it will be available on Google Home and will be available for Pixel smartphones and the Allo chat app in the future.

One of the key principles about this platform and how we re building it is it will eventually be available everywhere the assistant itself is, which will be across lots of Google products and platforms, he said.

The Actions on Google website now includes more of what developers need to build Actions for Google Assistant, including the ability to test, deploy, and design conversation actions.Bot creation platforms Gupshup and API.ai acquired by Google in September can also be used to create Actions.

Kevin Oconnor 2019-07-10
img

Google already finalized the Android Q APIs in Beta 4, so what does that leave for this release?

To recap: with Android Q Google is introducing a brand-new "Fully gestural" navigation system, which eschews Android's traditional three-button navigation system for a gesture system that enables all three functions (Back, Home, and Recent Apps) to be triggered with swipes.

The new navigation system saves a ton of space, with only a transparent gesture bar at the bottom of the screen, just like on an iPhone X.

For Beta 5, Google is introducing a new gesture for the Google Assistant—swipe up from the corner.

We are just working off of a blog post for now, so we don't have any screenshots, but XDA was able to score an early build and show off the new Assistant gesture.

At Google I/O, Google gave several talks explaining the new navigation panel behavior, saying the navigation panel would eat the first swipe in from the side of the screen, and a second swipe would trigger back.

Jerry Miller 2018-11-11
img

Beyond Gmail, Google Maps, and YouTube, Google Assistant is shaping up to be one of the most important Google products in the years ahead, and it’s already more pervasive and more advanced than you might have realised.

While the Assistant can do that, it can also control your smart lights, text your friends, send you reminders when you arrive at a certain place, and much more besides.

You can speak and type to Google Assistant on your phone: It comes built into some handsets (like the Pixels and the LG G7), or you can download it for Android or iOS.

It’s available in Wear OS, of course, and as part of Android TV, so you can shout out commands to change channels and launch apps if you’ve got a Sony set with Android TV on board or something like the Nvidia Shield TV hooked up.

Get answers from the web of course: From the age of your favourite celebrity to the sunset times in your neighbouring city to the time of the match tomorrow.

It’s probably still what Google Assistant is known best for, and while we won’t run you through an exhaustive list of every single supported query, it’s largely common sense.

Brian Plymel 2017-04-20
img

Google Assistant on Google Home is now able to support up to six user accounts and detect unique voice signatures, the company announced today.This allows Google Home users to customize a number of features, from the answer to the question “What’s on my calendar?” to the “Tell me about my day?” feature that provides specific commute, weather, and news for each user.

It also includes features such as nickname, work location, payment information, and linked accounts like Google Play, Spotify or Netflix.Since its launch last fall, Google Assistant on Google Home has become able to answer questions, provide personal info (like calendar or flight information), and convey a unique personality.

Google Home can also order items from more than 50 retailers across the United States by voice and set flight tracking alerts.The news of Google Home being able to support multiple accounts should not come as a surprise to close followers of the intelligent assistant.Initial hints at multi-user support emerged last month from Android application package code.

And a few weeks back, Google Assistant users saw an unexpected card in the Discover tab of the Google Home app stating that the voice-powered intelligent assistant could support multiple users.

The change was announced today in a blog post by product manager Yury Pinsky.A source familiar with the matter told VentureBeat the card declaring “Multiple users now supported” was actually released early, as the result of a malfunction by the Google Home app.

Now that the multi-user feature is available, you can add new users by tapping the “Multiple users now supported” card or by going to the Devices area of Google Home (in the top right-hand corner of the app or the sandwich menu in the top left-hand corner).Once in the Devices area, choose to “Link Your Account.”The assistant will then ask you to say the phrases “Ok Google” and “Hey Google” two times each.

Anthony Sullivan 2018-10-15
img

Google Assistant is getting into the Halloween spirit.

You can ask Google Assistant Halloween-related questions and get silly (or spooky!)

Even “regular” Google Assistant commands will likely get spooky as we get closer to October 31.

Halloween is right around the corner, and Google Assistant is getting into the (ghostly) spirit of things.

Starting now, you can ask Google Assistant Halloween questions and get some silly and/or spooky answers.

As we get closer to October 31, even some “regular” questions you ask of Google Assistant will get Halloweenified.

Jim Evans 2017-05-17
img

p At its I/O 2017 developer conference today, Google announced Google Assistant is coming to iOS today as a standalone app, rolling out to the U.S. first.

Until now, the only way iPhone users could access Google Assistant was through Allo, the Google messaging app nobody uses.

Google Assistant for iPhone requires iOS 9.1 or higher.

/p p Scott Huffman, vice president of Google Assistant engineering, made the announcement onstage.

He also revealed that Google Assistant is already available on over 100 million Android devices.

/p p Huffman also added that Google Assistant is becoming available in more languages on both Android and iOS (it’s still English-only today).

Edward Hickey 2017-12-13
img

This week Google released their Google Assistant feature in Android for a wider range of devices than ever before.

With this update comes The Google Assistant on Tablets, and The Google Assistant on some Lollipop devices, just as long as they’re smartphones and aren’t completely bonkers older than dirt.

The Google Assistant is spreading to all Androids like a creeping, crawling ooze.

Google Play Services was the sleigh on which Google Assistant rode in earlier this year.

Google made the push for all devices – or at least most devices – running Android 6.0 Marshmallow or higher.

This meant one whole heck of a lot of Androids had access to The Google Assistant – and now the company is expanding further.

Ralph Elliot 2017-07-20
img

By the time Amazon finally gave up on its Fire Phone, it had $83 million worth of inventory gathering dust in its warehouses—even though at that point, the phones only cost a dollar on contract.

It remains perhaps the biggest flub of Jeff Bezos’ career, a missed shot at getting a foothold in smartphones, the most important new consumer product in generations.

Yes, Amazon got burned on smartphones the first time around.

A voice assistant isn't worth much when it can’t assist you beyond your block.

“Alexa is never going to achieve true first-party status and integration on a third-party smartphone,” says Jan Dawson, founder of Jackdaw Research.

The benefits create a virtuous circle: The more you use Alexa, the better it gets.

Letha Byrd 2017-05-15
img

p In just a few days, Google will kick off its annual I/O conference and the year of Android will finally begin in earnest.

The company has been busy, but until Sundar Pichai takes the stage at the Shoreline Amphitheater, we won’t know for sure what Google has in store for the rest of 2017.

The rumor mill has been oddly quiet with the show mere days away from starting, and we’re on pins and needles waiting to see what Google has to show us.

Among our favorites, Google will be limiting background processes to eke out more battery life between charges, a new API will let us access password manager right inside Chrome, and picture-in-picture will let us work and play simultaneously on our phones.

The first developer preview is for coders who need to do testing, and isn't part of the beta program.

And we have to assume that Google is also prepping some long-overdue commands, like setting sleep timers, creating reminders, and reading recent texts or emails.

Richard Bond 2016-10-04
img

At a press event in San Francisco today, Google provided more detail about the Google Home, its smart speaker that lets you talk with Google.

The company first introduced the hardware at the Google I/O developer conference in May but did not talk about how much it would cost or when exactly it would become available to consumers.It will be available for $129.

It will become available in the Google Store, Walmart, Best Buy, and Target stores starting on November 4.

There will be several bases available for consumers to choose from.The top of the device has a touch-capacitive panel to start interacting with Google — as an alternative to triggering it with the hotword OK, Google — and it produces rich bass and natural highs, said Mario Queiroz, head of the product management group in Google s hardware division.

The device supports many music streaming services, including Google Play Music, Pandora, Spotify, and Tunein, and it remembers users preferences so they don t have to keep specifying it in every voice command.

Plus, users will be able to Cast audio to Google Home and also control Chromecast devices from the Google Home.If you have multiple Google Home devices, only the devices that understand what you say will respond to your voice commands.

Scott Morell 2017-01-03
img

With the launch of a standalone app last fall, Android Auto removed the need to purchase a new car to take advantage of its hands-free navigational tools.

Soon, you might not even need a phone.

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is showing off a new collaboration with Google at CES that will use Android to power the in-car infotainment system.

The technology merges FCA s Uconnect system with Nougat to create an integrated system that bakes Android s best features–Google Assistant and Google Maps, along with popular apps like Pandora and Spotify–right into the dash.

The system is still in the concept stage, but Fiat Chrysler will be demoing the tech inside a Chrysler 300 sedan at the Las Vegas expo this week.

The company is working closely with Google on the system, which expands beyond the capabilities of Android Auto to include things like radio tuning and climate controls.

Dwayne Alcorn 2018-11-21
img

The latest version of Google Assistant for iOS lets you summon Google Assistant via Siri.

You have to say "Hey Siri, OK Google" to open Google Assistant.

It's an imperfect workaround, but it helps break down the barrier that Apple built around its ecosystem — before now, there wasn't a way to open Google Assistant using your voice on iOS.

That means you can summon Siri and ask it to summon Google Assistant using your voice.

It goes like this: "Hey Siri, OK Google."

Siri will then open the Google Assistant app, at which point you have to say "OK Google" again to start asking questions or issuing commands to Google Assistant.

Robert Holloway 2017-04-12
img

Google Assistant on Google Home can now easily track a plane ticket price, Google announced today.Simply by saying “How much are flights to (insert name of city here)?,” Google Assistant will tell you the starting price for flights leaving in two weeks.

After asking if you have dates in mind for when you want to leave and return, Google Assistant now offers to send email alerts when the price changes.The new Google Assistant functionality works with the flight search engine Google Flights.

Each flight price tracking alert triggers created with Google Assistant triggers an email confirmation from Google Flights.Devices like Pixel smartphones or those running Marshmallow or Nougat operating systems can also chat with Google Assistant to arrange flight price alerts.

James Dalporto 2019-05-08
img

From Google Assistant to the budget Pixel 3A, here's everything the search giant announced.

Murari Lal 2021-07-21
img

We all use Google but do you know what Google Assistant is and how Google speaks.

Google Assistant is a Voice-Controlled Smart Assistant which is an extension of Google designed by Google Now.

The use of the Android Phone has made our life very easy, and all this has been possible due to Google and the Google Assistant made by it.What is the Google Assistantwe can define Google Assistant as our personal assistant on our phone.

Like Google Assistant, Apple's Siri and Microsoft's Cortana are also assistants working on Artificial.For how to talk to Google Assistant, you have to download it from Play Store on your phone and then click on Google Assistant's Mic button and speak your mind.How does Google speak?Google Assistant is Google's own Smart Voice-Controlled Assistant which mainly works on AI (Artificial Intelligence).

Actually, this is a Google Extension of Google Now which has been made for personal use.

For this, Google's Voice-Controlled Commands 'OK Google' is an expansion of 'Hey Google'.What Google Assistant doesGoogle Assistant is capable of doing almost all the work related to your phone with just Voice Search.