Smart speakers are fantastic devices, where you speak to get news, radio, answers, check appointments, hear music, check the weather, news, traffic, control smart home appliances and much more, and a battery makes that portability potent.
Google employees are listening to audio files recorded by the company's Home smart speakers and the Google Assistant smartphone app, the Belgian website VRT NWS has reported, adding that it was able to listen to more than a thousand recordings.
LG has held its annual Innofest event in Australia for the first time, showcasing its amazing range of connected home appliances, while focusing on the 2019 TVs and Sound Bars it is launching in Australia.
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