Google's Chrome OS 74 was released this week and it has a new search utility that combines three different kinds of searching: Google Assistant, device searching, and web searching.
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A leaked Xbox One screenshot from an upcoming build suggests that Cortana may soon have some company, with voice commands utilizing Alexa and Google Assistant devices added to the console's expanding repertoire.
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Everyone is excited about speaking to their devices via Alexa, Siri, and Google Assistant. I’m not a fan of it. Here’s why.
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Google Duplex is a new technology that uses Google Assistant to make phone calls and book appointments. Instead of sounding robotic, the voice sounds like it might be coming for an actual, human assistant.
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Watson, the supercomputer that has won Jeopardy!, helped Marchesa design a dress, and analyzed tennis matches at the U.S. Open, is now coming to your home, and a whole lot of other places, too.
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Although the Pixelbook already supports Google Assistant, recent notes found in the Chrome OS code show that Google is getting closer to including the feature directly into the operating system. Its availability is unknown, for now.
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Alexa continued to rack up integration wins at CES this year, and Google is struggling to keep pace. Is it too late for Microsoft and Apple? Unless they make some changes, the answer's likely yes.
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Who says you have to be a tech wizard to create a voice-controlled tool? Certainly not tech giant Google, who is trying to convince us all that we just might be geniuses in our own way with a cute new project called Paper Signals.
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