At ITEXPO A month ago, we asked a room full of about 500 techies how many wanted the HomePod from Apple. One hand went up. Dozens had Amazon Echos and Google Home devices however.The bad news at the show later translated into lackluster sales as reported by analysts.The problem for Apple in the smart speaker market is the low end is sewn up. Show More Summary
Google's Street View team has added 11 Disney Parks to its repertoire of ground-level tourism. Curious would-be park goers can explore Walt Disney World, Epcot Center, Hollywood Studios and more all from the comfort of home. The tool allows people to see everything that's visible from public walkways and spaces. Show More Summary
One thing thing the Amazon Echo and Google Home can’t do: deliver room-melting superpowers. Sure, Siri functionality is still pretty limited at launch, but who’s going to argue with the efficacy of a smart speaker that imbues the listener...Show More Summary
You can now stroll Main Street U.S.A. at both Disneyland in California and Walt Disney World in Florida without leaving home.
No one would ever argue the merits of smart lighting products. It’s awesome to have the ability to control the lighting in your home using voice assistance or the flexibility of smart home systems like SmartThings and Wink. The problem with Wi-Fi connected light bulbs is that they’re expensive, and that keeps a lot of people away. Show More Summary
Apple's HomePod brings Siri into the home for the first time, but how does the virtual assistant stack up against established technologies like Amazon's Alexa and Google Home's Google Assistant? We put the latest versions of each smart speaker to the test in this video comparison.
We tested four top mesh routers from Netgear, Google, Linksys and Samsung to help you find the best way to cover your entire home in Wi-Fi.
Thermostats and home security products are expected to disappear from the online retailer's site, reports Business Insider.
Being first is insufficient. Google wasn't the first search engine. Facebook wasn't the first social network. Apple wasn't the first home computer, phone or smart watch. Amazon wasn't the first online bookstore. Before Sonos, before Alexa, before Google Home, there...
It's last call for Google's Nest users to buy their products on Amazon. Amazon reportedly reportedly let Google know in a phone call late last year that it wouldn't be listing any of the company's newer Nest smart home products. InShow More Summary
This ongoing feud just keeps getting more annoying. There's been a lot happening in the smart home space over the past month. Nest announced at the beginning of February that it was merging with Google's hardware team, and a few weeks later Amazon purchased Nest-competitor Ring. Show More Summary
California police are using decoy “bait buses” to try to catch attackers who have been firing BB guns at coaches taking Google, Apple and other tech company workers from their San Francisco homes to their Silicon Valley offices. TheShow More Summary
With Apple Homepod now launched, and Amazon Echo (Alexa) and Google Home already taking the market by storm, voice technology is only going to grow. Authors are already reaping the benefits with increased sales of audiobooks, but what else do authors need to know about these exciting developments? In today's article, Katie Ernst from Select a […]
8 SEO Trends every blogger and website owner needs to understand and implement. Enjoy! #1 SEO Trend -The voice search explosion Voice search is all around us. With the launch of the voice-activated speakers like Google Home, Amazon Echo,...Show More Summary
The Pokemon Company had pulled out all the stops for this year's celebration. February 27th has become a holiday for Pokemon fans, marking the anniversary of the original launch of the first game in 1996, and this year the celebration is leaning heavier than ever on your phone. Show More Summary
Pikachu Talk Fans can converse “live” with Pikachu as the iconic Pokémon makes its debut on Amazon Alexa and Google Home with Pikachu Talk. Fans can pose a question or request to Pikachu, and the much-loved Electric-type Mouse Pokémon...Show More Summary
Google's ARCore powers the experience. On February 23, Google officially released ARCore to the masses so more people than ever can experience high quality augmented reality on their phone. Shortly after this launch, Amazon's begun rolling...Show More Summary
Pokemon Co. has launched the Pikachu Talk service in a number of different countries. Pikachu Talk is compatible with Amazon Alexa and Google Home. The service lets you talk to Pikachu, command it to use Thunderbolt, have it tell you a story and various other features. As of right now, the only languages supported are English and Japanese.
Insignia's version of the Google Home makes a perfect addition to the bedroom -- especially at this price. Plus: an affordable Android Auto/CarPlay stereo and a super-cheap 4K action cam!
Is the Google Home Max worth its $399 price tag? Find out in our Google Home Max review.