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Bose's new premium, noise-cancelling headphones, QC35 II, come with Google Assistant support, the company announced Thursday.
The news is not exactly new, as these new cans leaked all over the.. Mashable
Last week, we reported that Bose's QuietComfort 35 II Bluetooth headphones might include Google Assistant. Now, it's confirmed. Bose has revealed that this pair of QC headphones is the first to have a.. TUAW Also reported by •engadget
We haven't gotten to the point of voice-activated vacuum cleaners yet, but closing your garage door with an "Ok Google" has arrived. Garage-door company Chamberlain has announced that its MyQ app will.. TUAW Also reported by •engadget
Amazon wants to make Alexa a more formidable competitor to Google Assistant and Siri by letting you put it on your face and take it anywhere, according to a Financial Times report (paywall). The.. TUAW Also reported by •engadget
Google is holding a big launch event on October 4th, but somebody let the cat out of the bag early.
On Tuesday, Droid Life published pictures allegedly of the new Google Pixel smartphones and a.. Business Insider
Google is rumored to launch a new tiny smart speaker to take on the Echo Dot at the Pixel 2 event next month — and if a new leak is legit, we now have some more insight about the product's name,.. Mashable
Google may have accidentally let us in on some details about the Pixel 2 a little early.
Code buried within the Google app has revealed what appears to be a series of features slated for the Pixel.. Mashable
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Google is expected to bring its voice assistant directly to headphones — and the first pair of cans with the AI helper might have accidentally hit store shelves before an official announcement could.. Mashable
Samsung will let owners of its latest Galaxy smartphones disable the "Bixby" button, the dedicated button for the company's smart voice assistant, according to SamMobile.
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When Bose accidentally leaked a new pair of headphones in an email newsletter of all places, no one quite knew what the cans' mysterious action button was for. Well, now we do: activating Google.. TUAW Also reported by •engadget
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