43 million adults in the US are now estimated to own at least one smart speaker. And people are using their smart speakers to buy more stuff.
It's a summer sale going on through July 17 Pacific Time and it involves smart speakers, over-the-top TV dongles and a whole lot more Google.
If you have a Google Home speaker, feel free to keep talking after Google Assistant's done. It'll listen to you and respond back.
US Google Store shoppers can get some decent discounts on the Pixel 2 XL smartphone, Pixelbook laptop and Google Home, Home Max and Mini smart speakers through June 17.
You have until May 13 to purchase a Google Home Mini smart speaker from the search giant's US e-store at $39 instead of $49, or you can get two units in exchange for just $58.
If you're thinking about getting a smart speaker, especially from Google, you might just want to buy two and take advantage of some savings.
Perhaps you prefer the sound of one of your other Bluetooth speakers to the Google Home Mini? Or you just need that added boost.
Unveiled more than two months ago, the Apple HomePod-rivaling Google Home Max is finally up for grabs stateside, at least from Best Buy.
But what does Best Buy know, anyways? It took that date off the product page it published way too early. Well, it sounds like a good ballpark.
The "Made by Google" event gave us a whole lot to think over when it comes to the second-generation of Google machines. We talk with Joshua Vergara!
Cases and skins and all that sort will be here, for sure, but so will USB-C accessories that may be required to follow specifications.
It isn't just some smartphones that Google made getting the attention today. From a laptop to earbuds to fuzzy speakers and a headset, we have you covered.
There's a normal-sized Google Home, a Home Mini and now also an extra-large Google Home Max for full Echo lineup and Apple HomePod rivalry.
We may see new third-party accessories — especially USB-C accessories — follow a new guideline that will be set by Google shortly.
Even if legit, there's a much better chance the so-called Google Home Max, stereo speakers and all, will go official later on rather than next week.