It's no secret that Google, Facebook and Microsoft have all been working feverishly towards the next big thing in artificial intelligence – a virtual secretary that can wave her binary wand and handle all the tedious minutia that has come to characterize living in the digital era.
The Nexus 6P is the latest Nexus flagship that has been making waves in recent times, where reception of the Nexus 6P has been rather encouraging as it was sold out on the Google Store slightly more than a week back. Still, it has begun to ship – albeit with some niggling issues that has seen Google offer a $25 refund for those affected by delays. Show More Summary
What if you could improve your home's Internet with a wave of your hand? A new router from Alphabet, Google's parent company, promises to do just that. Google released its first router under the OnHub name a couple of months ago, which it made in partnership with the Chinese company TP-Link. The sleek cylindrical router […]
Google and ASUS have just unveiled a new OnHub Wi-Fi router that brings a few handy improvements over the first-generation model.
The $220 Asus OnHub adds a Wave Control feature that lets you prioritize Wi-Fi traffic with a wave of your hand.
Google has announced a second OnHub Wi-Fi router, adding to the hardware family that launched earlier this summer. Like the previous router, this ASUS-made OnHub is designed to be displayed out in the open, where Wi-Fi signals transmit more easily. Also like the TP-Link router, the ASUS OnHub is a AC1900.
Made by Asus, Google's second OnHub takes another small but meaningful step towards bringing people closer to their routers. When Google released the first OnHub back in August, it did so with the mission of not only making the mostShow More Summary
This summer, Google unveiled a new wireless router to simplify how we’re connected to the Internet. The company originally teamed up with manufacturer TP-Link for its first generation device, but today it’s expanding to add another partnership: this time with Asus. With the Asus OnHub, the product is mostly the same as its TP-Link cousin, […]
For patient T6, 2014 was a happy year. That was the year she learned to control a Nexus tablet with her brain waves, and literally took her life quality from... read more The post Scientists Connect Brain to a Basic Tablet—Paralyzed Patient Googles With Ease appeared first on Singularity HUB.
Using radio waves, hackers at the French government agency ANSSI say they've been able to silently trigger voice commands on any smartphone thanks to access via Google Now and Siri. Reporting in the journal IEEE, they say it's possible to operate the voice-activated command tools to do things like open...
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Radio waves can be used to silently activate and issue voice commands to Siri and Google search from up to 16 feet away.
It looks as though anything that is of the digital age is never 100% secure, although it sure is a whole lot more secure than storing your password on a written piece of paper. Still, this does not mean that we do not do our part in making sure that the best security practices are adhered to. Show More Summary
A newly spotlighted hack utilizes an iPhone or Android handset -- with headphones plugged in -- to remotely and silently access the smartphone's built-in voice controls, potentially unbeknownst to the user.
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Andy Rubin, the father of Google's mobile software, also says the industry needs to start figuring out how to interact with devices that don't have a screen -- like washing machines.
Google today said it has begun distributing Android 6.0 Marshmallow to the Nexus 5 and Nexus 6 smartphones, as well as the Nexus 7 and Nexus 9 tablets, and the Nexus Player. The update, which will be pushed out in waves, is available as an over-the-air download. Show More Summary
[...] he wound up in a dusty, dimly lit garage near Google's Silicon Valley headquarters six years ago, getting ready to ride a wave of technology that thrust him into an occupational oxymoron. Torcellini, 31, now leads a crew of test,...Show More Summary
If you don’t think Google’s Chromebooks are making waves in the PC market, you’re not paying attention. Google’s lightweight desktop operating system is more than capable of keeping pace with Windows for school, light work, browsing,...Show More Summary
We knew it was coming, and now it's here. Before the new wave of iPhones make their way to your hands, Cuperino's app that'll help you switch from Android is now available at Google Play. The "Move to iOS" app will transfer images, messages, contacts, calendars, mail accounts and more to one of Apple's devices. Show More Summary