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How to Download The Fall Creator’s Update on Windows 10

Windows 10: You can now download the next major update to Windows 10, dubbed the Fall Creator’s Update. You’ll be able to enjoy major features like Mixed Reality support, bringing augmented reality to compatible PC’s, as well as minor upgrades to features like handwriting recognition, voice control via Cortana, and a…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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Amazon is Offering Big Discounts on Two Sonos Speakers

Amazon’s offering a big discount on Sonos’ Play:1 and Play:5 speakers from now until October 10th, or as long as supplies last. You can save $50 on the Play:1, and $100 on the Play:5 if you order through your Alexa-enabled device —or snag one online, using the offer code SONOSPLAY1 or SONOSPLAY5. Read more… Continue […]

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The Best of the Google Event, From Around the Internet

With the handful of new smartphones, voice assistants, and accessories announced by Google yesterday, it makes sense to collect a few opinions before diving in and buying whatever your favorite search engine company announces. Sure, some products might look good on stage, but how do they hold up when you get your…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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Here’s How to Enable Google Home’s Latest Updates

Google Home owners will probably be talking to their living rooms a lot more thanks to an update that lets the voice assistant make phone calls to the U.S. and Canada. It’s one of many recent updates granting the smart home device more features and compatibility with other services.Read more… Continue Reading at http://lifehacker.com

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Microsoft Screams ‘Me Too’ With Cortana-Powered Rival to Amazon Echo and Google Home

With Microsoft’s Build developer conference just two days away, the company has revealed one of the most anticipated announcements from the event: A new Cortana-powered speaker made by German audio giant Harman Kardon. Read more… Continue Reading at http://gizmodo.com

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Google Home Will Now Read Cooking Directions Out Loud

When it comes to home voice assistants, there’s no denying that the bulk of their usage comes in the kitchen for setting timers and playing audio. Google’s taking that to the next logical step with Google Home, which can now read recipes out loud. Read more… Continue Reading at http://lifehacker.com

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