Our smart speakers generally don't move around much, but we sure do. It's probably inevitable that your Nest Mini or Amazon Echo will get knocked over or have something spilled on it. Fear not, for we'll talk you through how to clean it up and have your smart speaker looking fresh and clean.
Google has killed off the Google Home's guest mode casting feature. Previously, the feature would let guests cast their media to the Google Home speakers by using a four-digit PIN code without being on the same Wi-Fi network.
The one service that stood out for me this decade is Google Assistant. Google wasn't the first to roll out a digital assistant, but in Google Assistant it created something that was better than the likes of Siri, Cortana, and Alexa.
"We're due for a party! Where on Earth do we start?" Putting on any party can be a daunting task, and holiday parties even more so, but Google Assistant can help make your gathering almost magically easy.
With Google rebranding its home products under the Nest name, it's no shock that the Google Home Mini's 2nd generation is called the Nest Mini. Is there going to be a 2nd generation Google Home, and will it be named the Nest Home? Which of these small-ish smart speakers should you get? We're here to help you make that decision.
You could make Duo video calls on the Nest Hub Max and audio calls on the Nest Hub (which doesn't have a camera), but the feature wasn't available on Google Home or Home Mini. That's changing now as Google is finally rolling out the feature to its Assistant-enabled speakers.
When you work from home and live alone, it’s easy to get sidetracked and forget to do things like take a break, eat a regular meal, or get to bed at a reasonable time. Here’s how Google Assistant routines help me keep to a daily routine.
In the future, Google Home should be able to link up with nearly any smart device in your home and allow you to control everything with just the sound of your voice. Here's which products and services work today!