At an event in China, Samsung finally brought Bixby Voice to the country, but also revealed the new UI rebranding for the Galaxy S9, which is 'Samsung Galaxy AI UX'.
Bixby's getting a big upgrade. The 2.0 version of Samsung's voice assistant will be on smart TVs and fridges, with a beta in a few weeks.
Since the launch of Siri, the demand for voice assistants has skyrocketed, with the major technology players each creating their own version. While Google tends to dominate the headlines with the Google Assistant, another player has the makings of a strong competitor. Samsung introduced Bixby, a voice assistant program, on the Galaxy S8 [...]
Smart home control has been the surprising killer app for voice assistants, and at Samsung Developer Conference 2017 today Samsung announced a new version of Bixby which is set to tie together their disparate Internet of Things efforts. Show More Summary
Samsung’s new voice assistant, Bixby, is much more loathed than loved, making it rather urgent that the 4-month-old service gets an upgrade to help it win over new and current users. Prior to its release Samsung talked a big talk about how useful Bixby would be, but on its actual release, the application had very limited […] Read More: Bixby 2.0 on the way 18th October
Samsung will let owners of its latest Galaxy smartphones disable the "Bixby" button, the dedicated button for the company's smart voice assistant, according to SamMobile. Some Galaxy phones that come with the Bixby button, including the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8, are receiving updates that will let owners disable the Bixby button. Show More Summary
While Samsung’s initial rollout of its virtual assistant left many users underwhelmed, the full launch of Bixby Voice has piqued the interest of consumers once again. The company promises that its artificial intelligence (AI) assistant is a different breed from the others, thanks to contextual awareness and the ability to learn. Show More Summary
These voice assistant tricks will make your life easier, and may even make you laugh.
Yoon Boo-Keun looks to the company's future and says the Bixby voice assistant will work differently on Samsung’s electronics than on its phones.
With the release of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 this week, Samsung's artificial intelligence-powered voice assistant, Bixby, appears set for more widespread use. Bixby, which has been available in the device manufacturer's home country of Korea since May and in the U.S. since July, went live in the U.K. on Wednesday and will reportedly be...
Samsung made more announcements about its voice assistant Bixby this week, showing off cool features including image recognition: In a demo at the Note 8 launch event Wednesday, a Samsung employee showed how he could ask Bixby to move a picture of pizza into his "food" folder. That's a pretty smart assistant, but whatever happened to its […]
What is Samsung Bixby? Get started here! Bixby is Samsung's take on the pocket assistant, combining machine learning, voice assistance, visual help and more into an all-encompassing helper. Whether you're rocking a Galaxy S8 or you're...Show More Summary
Samsung’s Bixby voice assistant is now global after it expanded into over 200 countries today. Bixby is Samsung’s answer to Apple’s Siri, Amazon’s Alexa and other virtual assistants. It got off to a bumpy start when it didn’t ship with the launch of the Galaxy S8, Samsung’s top-of-the-range device for this year, in March. Samsung rolled out a… Read More
Samsung‘s Bixby Voice, the feature that lets Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ owners control a variety of functions on their device with just their voice, has had a staggered rollout throughout the year. It launched first in South Korea, and, following a public beta period, finally launched in the United States [...]
Bixby is still only bilingual, so you'll need to speak either US English or Korean to communicate with it.
Samsung’s Bixby Voice feature for its personal assistant app is now available in over 200 countries around the world on the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. After first launching in Korea and then the US, this expansion is a good sign that Bixby Voice is starting to mature some. Show More Summary
After months of delays, Samsung is finally rolling out Bixby Voice to owners of the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus in more than 200 different countries.