Danish luxury audio brand Bang & Olufsen has announced its new Beosound 1 and Beosound 2 speakers will come with Google Assistant next month, combining beauty and brains.
With Kogan's entire range of SmarterHome products now working with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa, and a smart pre-sale bonus offer, the smart move looks to be making your home smarter!
It has taken several months to arrive Down Under after launching in the US in October 2017, but the biggest and loudest version of Google's Home speakers is finally set to go to Max down under for A$549.
With voice assistants used in smart homes to grow 1000% by 2023, up from an estimated 25 million in 2018, you and your voice assistant smart speaker are going to be heard!
Online and mobile messaging solutions provider LivePerson has launched LiveEngage for Voice Assistants, billing the solution as the first conversational platform for the enterprise to deliver two key innovations for consumers.
iRobot’s Roomba Wi-Fi-connected robot vacuums are now compatible with Google Home, Amazon Alexa and IFTTT (If This Then That).
If you're a fan of AFL, NRL or Australian rugby, you can now check live scores, match results, upcoming fixtures, and ladders for your favourite footy codes, just by asking Google in just about any way you want.
We’re living in the future, with self-driving cars and voice-controlled assistants who turn our lights on and off. Our investigations show they're not yet perfect, but maybe there's a home assistant right for you.
Optus has announced a tie-up with Fetch TV to ensure that the the latter's set-top box will work with the Google Assistant on Google Home and compatible Android mobiles and iPhones.
Google's Home invasion into the domestic smart speaker market boomed over the holidays, with over a million "Actions" your Google Assistant can now help you with.
Quoting the "momentum of connected home technology gathering pace across the globe", Officeworks has announced its integration with the Google Assistant so you can talk to the Officeworks bot.
Just missing out on the Christmas sales season in Australia, Amazon's Echo and Alexa are finally arriving down under early next year, with dev access too.
If you have more than one Google voice-activated speaker like Google Home in your house, you can now use Google Assistant to broadcast your voice to send house-wide messages.
Optus claims it is paving the way for telco innovation in customer service with the offering, for the first time, of Google Assistant, allowing its customers to ask Google Home and selected smartphones, questions about their personal mobile plan without needing a handheld device.
The Google Assistant will soon have with a stack of Aussie apps, with developers and companies now able to build apps “to engage with Aussies through Actions on Google".
Just as Samsung is preparing to launch its stylus-enabled Note 8 smartphone in hours' time, and has likely launched as you read this, the company has fortuitously launched Bixby globally outside of US and South Korea just in time.
D-Link has announced that its mydlink Wi-Fi Smart Plug (DSP-W215) is compatible with the Google Assistant on Google Home, eligible Android phones and iPhones.
Router, security, connectivity, IoT, and small business networking maker D-Link has partnered with Google to make its forthcoming products Google Assistant compatible.
The English version of Bixby, Samsung's much-touted voice-activated virtual assistant, is not going to be available in the US until late June, more than two months after the Galaxy S8 smartphone launched.
It’s not just Australians and the rest of the world that will be unable to use the Bixby voice control at launch, now Samsung admits the US won’t be able to either.
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