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Google’s event yesterday was the most hilarious ‘OK Google’ nightmare

Yesterday Google unveiled its new voice-enabled Google Home smart speaker that lets you use your voice to control media and ask simple questions by uttering the magic words ‘OK Google’. While the device showed excellent responsiveness to voice commands during yesterday’s live demo, it turns out repeatedly shouting out ‘OK Google’ in a venue packed with Android owners could cause quite a bit of chaos.
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