The semiconductors company is bringing out new silicon for what it calls the "second generation" of smart speakers. What does it entail?
That foldable Galaxy smartphone will be coming fast and furious at us, but before that, let's get to know the display that will be on it.
A myriad of speakers, plug-ins and other smart home appliances were shown off as Amazon slams hardware down for the fall season.
A software update could be coming within September to allow Galaxy Note 9 users to not get so frustrated if they accidentally press the Bixby key.
Google Assistant comes to this series of Bluetooth headsets while a more affordable version with external speakers is also on the way.
If you're going to SLU, get used to hearing Alexa. A lot. If you want to opt out, all you do is unplug the device, finish the year and return the Echo Dot.
It turned out that Samsung used 160 of these smart speakers to power the presentation at its venue. But sound isn't the only asset this speaker has.
Two Google Home Mini speakers used to cost $98. Then they cost $78. Now, they're only going to cost $58. That matches the all-time low price on the smart speaker.
A slate of new Google features are rolling out to consumers for use at their leisure. Except for Color Pop. You'll learn why.
The speakers sound like a Boombox, the screen is actually a Super Bright Display and the AI CAM is more intelligent than ever before. LG officially makes the hard sell to consumers on the LG G7 ThinQ.
Seems like Spotify likes not only to test its marketing apparatuses out, but tease our minds with new hardware that it has wanted to put out.
Perhaps the one thing your phone didn't need was another way to text and call people. But maybe that's where your tablet and Alexa can kick in.
There's been code dug up to show that this effort will primarily focus on China, where the market has been more muddled and untapped by behemoths Google and Amazon.
To prove how serious an Alexa and Siri competitor it's already become, Google Assistant has booked several A-list celebrities to highlight its strengths.
Basically, this move could obviate the need for a Google Home speaker, unless users actually want decent speakers. Also, more flexibility for more features.
"Hey, Google," "OK, Google," "Yo, Google?" Perhaps soon enough with a roll-out of a new feature for Google Assistant to be updated through the Google app.
Four companies are officially partnering with Google on "smart displays" with integrated Google Assistant functionality, including Lenovo and JBL.
Made by Samsung subsidiary Harman International, the Allure Portable speaker, JBL Everest series of headphones, Reflect Mini 2, Contour 2, Endurance family and JBL GO 2 are invading CES 2018.
Trivia night at the bar may get a revamp if this gets popular. Echo Buttons will work with most any Echo speaker from Amazon.
Setting up Google Assistant's hot phrase detection on a Bluetooth earpiece does not seem to produce the results that Pixel 2 users would like to hear.
A smart speaker with a touchscreen from Google may run right up against Amazon's Alexa-powered Echo Show. But what's "Quartz?"
But will it get both English and French languages fit for Canada or will the country's Galaxy S8 users get stuck with a global Bixby Voice template?
China-based e-commerce giant Alibaba has taken the wraps off a domestic-focused smart speaker inspired by the Echo, dubbed Tmall Genie.
Forget the Surface Pro 5 or Windows phones. Microsoft seems fully committed to make Cortana its next big thing, with public skills and HP devices.
On paper at least, Samsung's Bixby "intelligent interface" for the Galaxy S8 looks far more versatile than Siri or even the Google Assistant.