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Turn your smart speaker into a portable device with an accessory from Ninety7, a brand who specializes in Google Home and Amazon Echo add-ons.
Google smartens up the connected home experience by adding new Google Assistant features. Learn what's new for late 2018.
The latest product in its growing line of smart home devices, the Google Home Hub is perhaps its most compelling one yet. Here's our review.
Changing your Google Assistant voice is easy to do and makes for a more personal approach to the virtual, omnipresent assistant. Here's how to do it!
In today's edition of In Brief, Samsung teases its foldable smartphone reveal, eBay wants you to sell your phone, and we learn bad news about the Mate 20.
If you own a variety of Google Home devices and/or Chromecast audio devices, you owe it to yourself to pair them all together for a full-on house party. We'll show you how to stream audio to multiple rooms.
The Google Home is super easy to set up and get going but, spend a couple of minutes with the app and you'll have a more personal and customized experience.
After nearly two years and the release of several other Assistant enabled speakers, is the Google Home still at the top of the mountain?
If you're looking to pick up a speaker, headphones, or display with Google Assistant then here's a list with all your current options.
A new school year is approaching and Google wants to be the provider of your educational gear. So the search giant has launched a few Back to School deals.
It won't be long now before Samsung unveils it first smart speaker. Powered by Bixby, the device is expected to land during IFA 2018.
Air pollution is a real problem in the modern world and the Awair 2nd Edition monitor wants to help you breathe healthy air, at least inside your home.
This is the perfect time to buy a hardware product from Google. The company is hosting a summer sale with discounted prices for a number of devices.
In this episode, three of us sit down to discuss Google Pixel 3 and Samsung Galaxy S10 rumors as well as Verizon's new mix-and-match data plans.
Matt and Scott discuss the rollout of YouTube Music over the coming weeks and how it fits with Google Play Music. Additionally, the pair chat about Google Home statistics and the new features of Google Lens.