This is gonna be a fun day.
Both are rolling out to U.S. customers now.
The feature is rolling out to a few users, but it isn’t working just yet.
We might also get an upgraded Nest security camera.
After unveiling the new finish early last month, Google has finally started shipping the Google Home Mini in Aqua to interested buyers. The smart home gadget still costs $49, but you can now have it in a light blue color scheme which looks pretty clean. Aside from the new color, Continue Reading
Spotify has announced a new partnership its formed with Google that will see the music streaming service hand out free Google Home Minis to Premium Family plan owners. Those who are subscribed to the $15/month tier will be able to visit this link starting tomorrow, November 1st, and register to Continue Reading
Ahead of next week’s event in California where the company will unveil its new Pixel 3 smartphones, Google has gone ahead and announced a new variant of its Home Mini smart speaker. According to the company, the device will now be available in a new Aqua finish which should compliment Continue Reading
Google is rumored to unveil its own Assistant-powered Smart Display at this October’s Pixel 3 event, and now, we have our first look at the device thanks to newly-leaked images. Via MySmartPrice, we’re getting our first official-appearing look at what’s called the Google Home Hub. It’s a 7-inch display strapped Continue Reading
If you’re subscribed to Pandora’s Premium music streaming service, today’s your lucky day. According to a blog post, Google has announced its adding Pandora Premium support to its line of Google Home smart speakers. This also applies to smart displays like the one from Lenovo. Now, users of the service Continue Reading
For users of Google’s $400 Google Home Max smart speaker, you may notice a slight issue with the audio jack on the back. When you plug a 3.5mm audio source into the speaker, there’s a pretty significant delay from when you play audio and when it actually outputs from the Continue Reading
Google has announced it’s rolling out an update to its various Home smart speakers that make them compatible with your existing collection of Bluetooth speakers. This means that within the Home app on iOS and Android, you’ll be able to pair Bluetooth speakers with your Home, Home Mini, or Home Max Continue Reading
Yesterday, we reported that retailers such as Verizon and Best Buy were beginning to sell the new Google Home Max, an upgraded version of the Home smart speaker originally unveiled last year. It wasn’t known when Google might start selling the device, but as per a blog post, it looks like Continue Reading
Before Google got a chance to launch it, Best Buy and Verizon have already started selling the Google Home Max for $399. The company originally said the device would launch in December, but they’ve been rather mute about the subject since then. Now, it looks like the device will be Continue Reading
Before the Google Home Mini could even launch, Google had to pull one of its features out of security. This feature, the ability to play and pause audio by touching the top of the device, was causing technical issues thanks to the fabric on top which resulted in the device Continue Reading
Google today announced it’s redesigning the Home app for iOS and Android which gives users better control over content playback. In terms of the redesign, the navigation keys within the app have moved to the bottom of your screen where they’re much more easily accessible, while slight tweaks here and Continue Reading