"Google says, "[The Google] Assistant now gives you the power to voice control more than 1,500 compatible smart home devices from over 225 brands. So it's no wonder we've sold tens of millions of all our Google devices for the home over this previous year, Google stated this news in a blog post.
One of the biggest holiday shopping season is behind us, and Google seems to be proud of how well its products performed since mid-October.
Political parties welcome SC's decision to reconsider law criminalising homosexuality
Despite this setback for LGBTQ supporters, there are still many legal challenges waiting for the religious freedom law. The petitioners said they live in constant fear of police action due to their sexual preferences.
High tech companies are now pouring millions of pounds into developing voice-controlled smart speakers, such as Amazon Echo and Google Home, in the belief that the limited two-way conversations that they can hold will soon become more complex and life-like. We're expecting the company to introduce more features for the USA market. However, it did not reveal the sales figures for the individual devices.
Small smart speakers have become the rage lately with Amazon Alexa and Google Home.
In terms of usage, the holiday season saw a 9x increase in use compared to past year.
Legal rights NGO: Israel's BDS blacklist 'reminiscent of Apartheid South Africa'
"No country would have allowed critics coming to harm the country to entry it", he added. It includes the UK-based Palestine Solidarity Campaign (PSC) and War on Want .
People can now broadcast their voice from Google Assistant on smartphones or voice-activated speakers like Google Home.
Whether or on board with the idea of owning a smart home speaker or not, the latest survey by consultancy Accenture shows that some 37 percent of all USA households will have at least one smart speaker by the end of 2018.
Furthermore, building up the anticipation, Google said that they would be revealing more features and future of Google Assistant in 2018 at the CES 2018.
Senate Democrats Obtain Enough Support to Force Net Neutrality Vote
Before this, a lot of the same big tech companies were fairly passive and inactive during the initial protests of the repeal. Still, Free Press and others are pushing forward, noting the widespread popularity of the net-neutrality rules.