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Google Assistant coming to more smart speakers, washing machines, and vacuums

Google Assistant coming to more smart speakers, washing machines, and vacuums

Anker's Zolo Mojo, Mobvoi's TicHome Mini and Panasonic's GA10 will all become available later this year, and a lot of them will sell in the U.S.as well as the UK, Australia, Canada, Germany and France. Google's Home speaker leads in revenue due to its price but Amazon's diverse Echo line wins in shipment numbers. A command like "OK Google wash the dishes" might start your washing machine.


Xiaomi Mi Note 3 could be launched tomorrow

Xiaomi Mi Note 3 could be launched tomorrow

Xiaomi has named this design, Full Screen 2.0 Design. The company has also released a teaser poster for the upcoming event, hinting at the device's bezel-less design. The front-facing camera is placed at the lower corner on the front panel. This means, the Mi Mix 2 is likely to ship with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor with up to 6 gigs of RAM and Android Nougat-based MIUI 9 software under the hood.


Samsung unveils Galaxy Note 8

Samsung unveils Galaxy Note 8

Embracing the legacy of Samsung's Galaxy Note series, the Galaxy Note 8 boasts a 6.3-inch Quarter Quad High Definition (QHD) resolution display that reproduces clearer and more vivid images with better viewing angles, to deliver the ultimate viewing experience to users.


Alabama defensive tackle suffers minor gunshot wound to his leg

Alabama defensive tackle suffers minor gunshot wound to his leg

If that is indeed what happened, how ironic that both Davis and Plaxico Burress, most-known for killing his promising National Football League career by shooting himself in the leg at a bar, were both recruited and played for Saban in college.


Dell Visor $350 Virtual Reality Headset Launches In October $350

Dell Visor $350 Virtual Reality Headset Launches In October $350

The new devices will have 8th-generation CPU Intel processors. These new chips will be offered to customers who pick up 13 and 15 inch models of the Inspiron 5000 and 7000 2-in-1 as well as the standard Inspiron 7000. The product is to be a part of Microsoft's push to support mixed reality technology on the PC, and Dell is aiming to make VR experiences for consumers and enterprises more affordable through the launch of this device.