In a bit of news that should surprise absolutely no one, there’s a chance that some of your voice interactions with your smart speaker will be reviewed by a human at some company. Whether you’re rocking an Echo Dot, Google Home Max, or some other third-party device with one of the aforementioned assistants built in, […]
Come comment on this article: Someone, somewhere is getting paid to listen to your voice interactions with your smart speaker
It’s not hard to find yourself owing a friend or family member some cash. Maybe they covered a movie ticket. Perhaps they paid for drinks on a Saturday night. And what if it’s the other way around? Maybe someone owes you for gas on a road trip. Whatever the case, Google Assistant can now handle […]
Come comment on this article: Owe someone money? Need to collect? Google Assistant can now handle IOUs
An Apple Watch developer has figured out how to port the Gambatte Game Boy emulator to the hardware, creating a unique control scheme that takes advantage of the wearable’s touchscreen.
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Now that Tesla has kicked Mobileye's image recognition tech to the curb, what is its former partner going to do? Run into someone else's arms, of course. Mobileye has revealed that it's teaming up with Delphi on a self-driving platform that automaker…
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Apartment intercoms are supposed to be a barrier to entry, but sometimes they make tenants’ lives more difficult, too. The Monkey is a chip that will turn any intercom smart. Sync it up with your phone, and you’ll get a notification when someone rings.
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Omate’s new Ongaro Ring vibrates to notify you of incoming calls and texts from the contact of your choosing. Unlike other “smart rings,” though, it isn’t cheap — the priciest configuration goes for $ 2,000.
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