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Android 9 Pie review: Closing the gap

The Android 9 Pie release is the proof in the proverbial pudding that Android as an operating system has hit its stride. Lacking neither underlying features or surface polish, Android 9 Pie is the most complete, comprehensive and consistent version of Android yet. It delivers on many of the promises of Android versions past, bringing […]

Google Pixel review

Looking for an Android phone on the smaller side? There aren’t a lot of options that pack high-end specifications — that’s often saved for the phones with bigger displays. Google’s new Pixel smartphones are taking a cue from Apple and Samsung, offering two variants of a flagship smartphone. The differences between the Pixel and the […]

Google is still a startup when it comes to hardware

Google is a subsidiary of the company Alphabet, founded in October of 2015. It includes other business as well like Calico, DeepMind, X, Google Fiber and Next Labs. That said, this article isn’t going to talk about Project Loon or the security cameras, thermostats or smoke alarms from Nest, but about the products from Google. According to […]

Smart Sound makes the world go ’round

  The personal assistant you have in your phone isn’t going to live there forever. Companies like Amazon, Apple, and Google are increasingly looking to place that assistant strategically throughout your life so you’ll always have access to it. That all starts with the home. It didn’t take long after the launch of the Amazon […]

Google Voice Kit review – Android Authority

Google recently launched its Assistant API for the Raspberry Pi, and a couple of weeks ago I wrote about how to build your own digital assistant with a Raspberry Pi. My instructions were based in part on the “Voice Kit”, a hardware and software solution which demonstrates how to get a natural language recognizer up and running […]