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Google adds new smart device support to Assistant

Google has announced that Google Assistant now supports a few more home automation devices alongside all the products it already supports. Those devices are the Best Buy Insignia WiFi plug, LIFX
Google Assistant can now control LIFX, TP-Link, Vivint, and Best Buy Insignia devices

Google Assistant can now control LIFX, TP-Link, Vivint, and Best Buy Insignia devices

A smart home hub, like the Google Home, is only useful if it can actually control your smart home stuff. The Google Home only shipped with a handful of supported devices and services, but over the

Google Home and Google WiFi available in the UK starting April 6

Google Home and Google WiFi are initially available in the United States only but that is changing soon as the tech giant has just announced the arrival of the two in the United Kingdom. Finally, UK

August Home, more connected devices receive support for Google Assistant

This 2017 could be the year when smart home will really take off. The technology has been out for some time but only a few OEMs have pushed to make it a standard. We only know a few like Google who
[Update: Logitech, August, Rachio, more] Google Assistant can now control LIFX, TP-Link, Vivint, and Best Buy Insignia devices

[Update: Logitech, August, Rachio, more] Google Assistant can now control LIFX, TP-Link, Vivint, and Best Buy Insignia devices

Update 1: 2017/03/29 2:47am PDT Logitech, August Home, and Rachio have all announced that they're adding Google Assistant support for the Harmony hubs and remotes, Smart Lock, and Smart Sprinkler
These are all the apps and services that will work with Google Home [Continuously Updated]

These are all the apps and services that will work with Google Home [Continuously Updated]

Google first talked about Google Home back at I/O, but the device became official at the recent October hardware event. The speakers didn't go into detail on all the apps and services that Home would
Google Home could soon play text-based, audio-only games

Google Home could soon play text-based, audio-only games

Games and smart speakers is probably the combination all but a few have in mind, and yet that is exactly what Google is now trying to push for its Google Home speaker. Forget whatever preconceived
Logitech Harmony, Google Assistant give your voice more power

Logitech Harmony, Google Assistant give your voice more power

If you ask Google, it would probably prefer that its Google Home speaker be the hub for your smart home. The reality, however, is that there are half a dozen or so different smart home “languages”,

Logitech Harmony series gets help with the Google Assistant via Google Home

We’ve been saying that more connected devices will be integrated with the Google Home soon. More products and services will receive support for the Google Assistant in the coming months. Just

Google Gnome is Winning April Fool’s Day so Far

Solid entry here from Google for April Fool’s Day. Get out of here dumb energy drinks, no-thank-you onesies, and re-releases of Pac-Man in Google Maps. The Gnome is king. Don’t @ me. Update: Oooh,

Google takes on April Fools’ Day early with Google Gnome, Ms. PAC-Maps, and Google Wind

Google always does something fun for April Fools’ Day. This year the company announced an outdoor companion to your Google Home called the Google Gnome. The Gnome lives in your backyard and gives you
Google Gnome and Petlexa Arrive Just In Time For April Fools’ Day

Google Gnome and Petlexa Arrive Just In Time For April Fools’ Day

The real joke is the videos aren't all that far fetched.
Google Gnome and Petlexa Arrive Just In Time For April Fools’ Day

Google Gnome and Petlexa Arrive Just In Time For April Fools’ Day

The real joke is the videos aren't all that far fetched.

Google’s April Fool’s Day Jokes round-up

We didn’t set an April Fool’s Day prank on you because we knew you’d be bombarded with lots of new ones this year. What was our most favorite joke this year? Honestly, we almost forgot about April 1st
The Information: Google plans to release a Google Home with mesh networking

The Information: Google plans to release a Google Home with mesh networking

Ever since the release of the first Chromecast, Google has been working hard to establish a place in your home. Last year's $129 Google Home was a major release, but it seems like Google isn't

Report: New Google Home Might Also be a Mesh Router

Since Google’s vision for taking over your home currently involves having a Google Home and Google WiFi in as many rooms as possible, it makes sense that company should consider combining the two into

The next Google Home could double as a router

Google Home is still young, but the next one could be significantly better. There are reports that Google might integrate a router, much like Google WiFi, to replace or extend your existing network.

Convergence on the way to Google Home

Sources “with knowledge of the project” indicate Google is working on a new version of Google Home that will come with built-in Wi-Fi capabilities and the ability to function as part of a mesh

Google may be planning to have an all-in-one smart home hub

Amazon may be considered the powerhouse when it comes to smart home hubs because of its Alexa-powered Echo devices, but don’t expect Google to take it lying down. Reports are saying that the tech

Nine awesome tech bundles you can buy for less than a Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus

How do you decide to spend how much money you spend on tech? Is owning the most up to date, expensive phone out there a priority for you? Do you want a phone that does everything you need or do you
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