‘OK Google’ voice commands coming to the stand-alone Android Auto app
Thursday, 1 December 2016 Google's Android Auto connected car platform will soon respond to "OK Google" voice commands, according to an eagle-eyed Reddit user. It appears to be rolling out to Google accounts gradually over time.
If you’re an avid Google Home or Amazon Echo user, you should know or already are aware that both of the home assistants can and do record your voice. Each time you make a request with your voice the snippets of your request are processed and sent to a server to analyze what you’re asking for and...
Google's powerful Gboard app might now be on Android, but it's the iPhone version that is receiving most of the updates. As part of its most recent overhaul, the... TUAW - TechnologyAlso reported by •BGR India •PC World
Google and FCA this week showcased a new in-auto infotainment platform at CES in Las Vegas. The open source system combines Uconnect with Android Auto. The... Linux Insider - Computer IndustryAlso reported by •BGR India •Digital Trends
Although, the adoption rate of the latest Android Nougat is still barely over a percent, with Google I/O 2017 inching closer, it’s about time we start talking... BGR India - TechnologyAlso reported by •The Next Web
Amazon and Google are considering bringing voice calls to their respective smart home speakers, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal. The feature... The Verge - TechnologyAlso reported by •Softpedia