For the last decade-plus Apple has done everything in its power to convince consumers that it wasn’t so much a tech company, as an elegant solution to having too much money. It’s toed the line with greatness, bringing stellar products...Show More Summary
It appears the Google's line of Cast-enabled devices has been causing issues with wi-fi networks. Everything from their Chromecast to their Google Home Max seems to have an issue where it floods networks with packets when they come out of their respective rest modes. Show More Summary
Google Home and Chromecast devices are reportedly killing peoples' Wi-Fi. The problem, first reported by Android Police, originally seemed localised to users of the Google Home Max speaker (unavailable in Australia) and the cheap, but usually excellent, TP-Link Archer C7 router. Show More Summary
Google's Chromecast and Home devices are reportedly causing issues with some owner's Wi-Fi networks, with the Cast-enabled hardware like the Google Home Max flooding the network with packets of data after waking from 'sleep mode,' a problem Google is working to rectify.
Some Google Home Max users are reporting the device is killing their WiFi network. Google is currently investigating these reports.
The Google Home Max is loud. Like, really, really loud. It's so loud that it drowns out noisy roommates blasting an NBA game, or insistent sirens right outside. It's so loud that if you have it cranked up between you and another person, you probably won't able to hear them. There's more to the Google Home Max than its volume, though. Show More Summary
We compare the Home Max and Sonos based on design, audio quality, their virtual assistants and more.
Delivering powerful, booming audio, Google’s newest smart speaker is large and in charge.
REVIEW: Until I tried the Google Home Max, I had never met a smart speaker that brought a smile to my face just by turning up its volume. I was awash in the thumping bass from Zedd’s “Clarity,” and it felt like my apartment’s living room was in the middle of a nightclub. The massive speaker […]
Google's latest new smart speaker has a few tricks you should know.
The Google Home Max is an ultra high-end speaker with Google Assistant built-in. Google made a big deal about the high-quality audio that the Home Max can play.
In this episode, Daniel Bader, Andrew Martonik, and Jerry Hildenbrand wrap up this year’s coverage of the Android universe with a look back at the Galaxy Note 8, plus reviews of the Amazon Echo Spot and Google Home Max. They also talk...Show More Summary
Thankfully, most users won't ever notice this. Google recently launched the Home Max as its flagship smart speaker, and although it's not perfect, it's still a lot of fun for audio lovers that are heavily invested in Google's walled-garden. Show More Summary
If you got a Google Home Mini, Google Home, or Google Home Max recently, congrats. With Google’s AI-powered assistant inside these and other speakers, you can ask questions about virtually anything, set reminders, get info about your commute to work, go shopping, and control devices in your home, all without lifting a finger. Home speakers even have […]
Some parties are best handled by a single DJ, but it doesn't hurt to let guests get in on the fun sometimes. The Google Home, Home Mini and Home Max can be great party companions, filling the room with music or podcasts and taking occasional breaks to answer questions. Show More Summary
After some time with Google's biggest, loudest, and most expensive smart speaker, here are some initial thoughts.
While Google Home Max takes a poke at Sonos' top-shelf speakers, it's merely a product. Sonos is a system. You can't help but look at Google Home Max — the large, $400 version of Google Home — and come to the conclusion that Google is...Show More Summary
The Max sounds good. But is it $399 good? On the whole, it’s a solid offering. It isn’t a flashy speaker from a design perspective, but the audio is loud and clear, and the bass bumps like a mofo. Read More