Google’s Project Fi launched Bill Protection feature that will cap your $10 per GB data bill at $60 a month, while still allowing you to use as much data as you want, essentially creating its own version of an unlimited data plan.
Alphabet Inc’s (GOOGL.O) Google invested in Chushou 触手直播平台, Chinese live streaming eSports platform that specializes in mobile game livestreams. Chushou announced the Google infusion is part of a $120 million round of funding the company said will help it expand globally.
Google’s decision to foray into China market through its major investment in a Chinese game streaming #startup (Chushou TV) speaks volume of where they think the money’s at https://t.co/DyaPcorcUz #Corporates pic.twitter.com/BWImQNLWZM
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Qualcomm announced Smart Audio Platform during the Voice and Music Developers Conference 2017 in Shenzhen on on Tuesday, June 13. Qualcomm Smart Audio Platform is the combination of voice-recognition sensor, microphone and speaker for third-party manufacturers to build own speakers from scratch. Qualcomm Smart Audio Platform runs on open source Linux operating system and Google’s Android Things IoT (Internet of Things) platform, comprises far-field microphone technology that can detect “wake” phrases. Continue reading “Qualcomm Smart Audio Platform for Smart Speakers, Wireless Speakers and Headphones”
Start from May 31, Google Home smart AI-powered speaker outage happen in US began on the basis of complaints posted on Google Home Help Forum. Whenever the Assistant was summoned with “Ok Google” or “Hey Google” phrases, “Hmm, something went wrong. Try again in a few seconds,” or “There was a glitch. Try again in a few seconds.” However, the matter was only said to be there on Google Home speaker and has been said to be fixed by Google.
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Google I/O developers conference 2017 on Wednesday announced partnership with LinkedIn, Facebook and traditional job search service providers such as CareerBuilder, Glassdoor, Monster and ZipRecruiter to launch Google for Jobs, adds job postings to Google’s search results page so that users don’t have to leave the site to see them.