Google has made it official – Google Home now supports multiple users. Specifically, Google Home can now recognize the difference between multiple voices once trained, and will take actions based on the voice it hears. (more…)
Hopefully, Google Home and your phone get better at stopping unwanted “OK, Google” commands from waking them or else advertisements like this one from Burger King are going to be the future.
Also, Burger King, can you at least decide if the Whopper is a sandwich or a burger? You can’t have it both ways.
Should you open up your Google Home app this morning, you’ll see a new card in the “Discover” tab telling you that “Multiple users now supported.” That’s big news for Home, since it’s always been a bit awkward having it attached to a single Google account when multiple people are likely to use it within a household. (more…)
Just a quick reminder, but don’t forget to redeem your free Google Home if you purchased an LG G6. The redemption link just went live this morning!
In order to receive your free Google Home, you’ll need to register at the link below and fill out a form that asks you for name, phone, address, carrier, purchase date, retailer, IMEI, and some pictures to show proof. It won’t take long, but it is a bit of work. I’m sure you are fine with that, though, since this is a free $129 Google Home. (more…)
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 a single unit that does both things. According to a report out of The Information, Google is currently working towards such a product. (more…)
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. (more…)