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Latest Google Assistant SDK Adds Developer APIs

Google has released a fresh version of the Google Assistant SDK in order to allow hardware makers to install and empower the Google Assistnat in a wider range of hardware. This week's updated SDK tagrets companies large and small and ensures everyone will have a better experience with their smart devices. 

Google enables third-party Assistant devices in Japan and the UK

The Assistant SDK is the key to enabling Google's AI helper in third-party devices. It's a big deal, then, that it's now available in more corners of the world. Google has expanded the developer toolkit's support to several new countries, including Australia, Canada (both English and French), Germany, Japan and the UK. Show More Summary

Devs Gain Access to Even More Google Assistant Functions

Google today updated the Google Assistant SDK for developers and in so doing expanded the number of things developers can do with the voice-based assistant. To start, Assistant is now available in more languages and locales, including English (Australia, Canada, U.K., U.S.), French (Canada, France), German, and Japanese. Show More Summary

Google Assistant SDK expands hardware integration to Germany, Japan, and United Kingdom

The software development kit (SDK) for Google Assistant is expanding to additional countries today, including Australia, Canada, Germany, Japan, and the United Kingdom. As part of the expansion, Google Assistant SDK is now available in English, French, German, and Japanese. The SDK makes it possible for hardware makers to bring Google Assistant to virtually any […]

Google Assistant SDK picks up new languages and features

Google Assistant on third-party speakers is about to get a lot smarter. Although the Google Assistant first launched as an exclusive feature for the Pixel/Pixel XL and Google Home in 2016, it's rapidly expanded to other Android phones, tablets, and third-party smart speakers. Show More Summary

Snips lets you build your own voice assistant to embed into your devices

French startup Snips is now helping you build a custom voice assistant for your device. Snips doesn’t use Amazon’s Alexa Voice Service or Google Assistant SDK — the company is building its own voice assistant so that you can embed it on your devices. And the best part is that it doesn’t send anything to the cloud as it works offline. If you want to understand how a… Read More

Google Assistant for MacOS? 3rd-Party Developer Makes It Happen

8 months agoTechnology / Google : Droid Life

Not everyone can be a part of PC Master Race, so for anyone rocking a MacBook or any other type of Mac with MacOS, this news concerns you very much. Thanks to the release of the Google Assistant SDK, a 3rd-party developer has created Google Assistant for Macs, calling it MacAssistant. Show More Summary

Google Assistant Picks Up New SDK as It Expands to More Hardware

Google's voice-based assistant took on new powers this week and increased its compatibility with hardware platforms -- including Apple's iPhone. With Assistant's growing user base and expanded skillset, Google thinks it's time for developers to add Assistant to their own hardware. 

AutoVoice Chrome extension for the PC now works with Google Assistant

The AutoVoice Chrome extension for the PC has been updated so that users can speak and interact with Google Assistant via its SDK.

Google Release Assistant SDK; 3rd Party Gadgets Can Now Integrate Google Assistant!

In a move to rapidly expand the ecosystem of Google Assistant, Google has released its developer preview SDK (Software Development Kit) to 3rd party developers. Now, they can use the Google Assistant to build smart gadgets. “Today, we’re...Show More Summary

Google Posts Google Assistant SDK Developer Preview

9 months agoTechnology / Google : Droid Life

This week, Google has published the first developer preview for the Google Assistant SDK. What does that mean for average consumers like you and I? Not much at this time, but it most definitely will a little later down the road. With...Show More Summary

Can Google Assistant SDK Power Your AI Dream Machines?

Google today released the Google Assistant SDK, (nearly) everything developers need to bake Google's artificial intelligence in their own hardware. The idea is to spread the availability of Google Assistant so people interact with it more often in more places and with more devices. The possibilities should excite device makers everywhere.

Google Assistant SDK developer preview now available

Google Assistant has spread to many different Google products like newer Android phones, Android Wear 2.0 wearables, the Google Home, and more. But with the release of the Assistant SDK developer preview, it might soon come to many more. The SDK [...]

Google opens up the Google Assistant to developers, shows off mocktail mixer to prove it

Google made a big deal out of its new Assistant when it launched alongside the Pixel and Home. The company has since brought the Assistant to other Android devices, but now it’s launching a preview of the Assistant SDK so developers can start to add it to their own hardware. Show More Summary

Google just opened up the Google Assistant to almost any device you can imagine

9 months agoTechnology / Google : Phandroid

Google has announced the availability of the Google Assistant SDK which will allow developers to get a head start on building it in whichever devices they want.

Bring Google Assistant to your DIY tech projects, courtesy of new SDK

DIY tech nerds rejoice, as you now have the opportunity to tinker with Google Assistant’s tech to your heart's desire thanks to the arrival of the official SDK.

Google now lets hardware developers tinker with its Assistant

Google has long said that it wants to open up its Assistant to a broader ecosystem of hardware companies and developers. Today it’s taking a major step in this direction with the launch of the Google Assistant SDK, which allows developers to build the Assistant’s smarts into their own hardware prototypes. Read More

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