Google Is Extending The Duplex AI Technology to Include More Devices

Google is expanding the availability of a duplex service, a voice assistant that helps you book restaurant reservations over the phone. According to the two-sided printing support page, as mentioned in the previous 9to5Google, customers can now use the feature on any Android device running 5.0 or later, as well as iPhones with Google Assistant […]

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Google Assistant Gets The Voice Of The Legend Today

Last year, Google started stirring up a number of celebrities who were working for Google Assistant. One of the celebrities who voted for the project was John Legend, and although Google at the time said its voice would be available sometime in 2018, it seems that implementation has been particularly delayed. Google fixes that day, […]

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Get John Legend To Sing Your New Voice On Google Assistant

If you prefer to listen to John Legend from Google’s robovoice, you’re lucky. Google has turned the songwriter and singer into the latest Google Assistant voice option. You’ll like the Legend sound from any Google Assistant in American English, and from your Android phone to any Google Home ($ 129 in Walmart) and Google Home […]

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Confirmed The Release Date of Borderlands 3, The Exclusive PC Version Of Epic

As promised, Gearbox revealed more details about the Borderlands 3 this morning, including the release date of the game. Unfortunately for Gearbox, some of this information leaked before it had the opportunity to be disclosed, but regardless, today’s ad still brings a lot of new information. For example, we had the opportunity to learn more […]

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Apple Announces $250 Powerbeats Pro Wireless Earphones

As previously reported, Bates earlier today officially unveiled a new pair of Powerbeats wireless headphones with a design inspired by AirPods. In other words, imagine the current Powerbeats3 design without a wire. The new headsets, named Powerbeats Pro, feature many of the same technologies that Apple recently introduced with AirPods 2, including the new Siri […]

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Android Q Beta 2: You Can Now Choose To Announce The Rejection Of Fast Scrolling

If you’re like me, and usually criticize your notifications from left to right, you’re probably very frustrated with Android Q Beta 1 last month and its new listing for each notification. Previously, Android notifications could be passed in either direction to close, but in Android Q Beta 1, open the left-to-right swipe open the new […]

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Amazon Prime Members Now Get Switch Online For A full Year

If you have the AMAZON PRIME and the Nintendo adapter, then you are in a wonderful place today. Key members can claim a full year of Switch Online for free, saving you £ 19.99 you can now go on Amazon. (If you are not a major member, you can register here, but you probably do […]

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21 Of The Best Gmail Features You May Not Have Found Yet

Almost everyone uses Gmail these days, but how many of these users know all the tricks and features that Google has fallen into their e-mail system over the last 15 years? How many stylish web and mobile options have not been discovered by Gmail groups? Let’s give you the ultimate speed with the best Gmail […]

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8 Ways To Capture Screenshots In Windows

Windows 10 October 2018 Updated introduced a new way to capture footage from last year. The shear tool is out. Snip & Sketch is turned on. (In fact, the Snipping tool is still circling around, but Microsoft claims it has been phased out.) Here’s how Snip & Sketch works – and other shortcuts to capture […]

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