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LG’s New TVs Will Feature Google Assistant

LG already told us to expect their first premium Bluetooth speaker with Google Assistant onboard at CES, but they have now added TVs to the category. In 2018, LG will introduce both OLED and Super UHD TVs that are powered by LG’s ThinQ AI and that feature Google Assistant. Google Assistant won’t be available everywhere, … Continued LG’s New TVs Will Feature Google Assistant is a post
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