A new change spotted by XDA Developers and reported by Android Authority shows that Android O will give 3rd party apps full access to the powers of Google Assistant.
Google Assistant has become the central focus for Google ever since their event in October of 2016. With the roll-out in full swing to many devices across multiple categories, Google Assistant is becoming extremely pervasive. The flagship device for Google Assistant, Google Home, is also powered by a varied version of Chrome OS. As we watch Assistant fully integrate into Chrome OS, we realize the Assitant story is just beginning.
Google may very well be busy gearing up for an October event and the release of new hardware but that hasn’t stopped them from offering some deals on current #madebygoogle […]
Yeah, you read that right. You can snag a Google Home right now for only $79. See where and how!
We knew Google was getting close to rolling our phone calls with Google Home, and it looks like that roll out has officially begun. Yesterday, we received an email detailing […]
Earlier this month, the Google Assistant made its debut in the Developer channel of Chrome OS. The new setting lacked any functionality and has since been removed as work continues […]
News and rumors flying like crazy this week. It seems Monday’s eclipse is quickly being overshadowed (pun intended) by Google’s launch of Android O and rumors of never-before-seen hardware. We […]
After promising it in May and teasing us all in early July, it looks like Google is delivering on bringing Bluetooth to its smart speaker.
Phone calls directly from Google Home were promised at I/O back in May. They are now here!
Google provided a Preview Program last September for the Chromecast, allowing early updates for broader field testing before rolling out a firmware update. That program is still up and running, […]