Google Home Max Stories October 5

GOOG: 969.96


In addition to Google announcing two new Home units at yesterday’s event, the company has been pushing out brand new features that bring extra functionality and control to the smart speaker. The latest of those allows you to set a preferred media playback device when you ask your Home to either play some music or your favorite show on CBS. Here’s how to change the setting…

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Google Home Max Stories October 4

GOOG: 951.68


Alongside the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, Google announced a whole slew of new products. These include a new premium Chromebook called the Pixelbook, two new Google Homes, Assistant-powered Bluetooth headphones, and more. Below are all of the places currently selling the search giant’s latest products…

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Everyone can use an Echo Dot: Just $50!

Google Home is an impressive product, but it’s not perfect for every situation. We’re getting a lot of third-party Assistant speakers in the coming weeks, but today Google unveiled two of their own options — the Google Home Mini and Google Home Max. As with anything, there was a lot announced on stage, but also a lot that slipped through the cracks, so let’s take a slightly closer look…

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Google took to the stage today to debut quite a few new hardware and software releases, and there was a lot to get through. If you don’t have time to sit down and watch the entire event, we’ve got you covered…

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In addition to launching a smaller, cheaper Assistant smart speaker this morning, Google also unveiled the rumored Google Home Max. Larger than last year’s Home, it features stereo speakers and a more premium design.

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Google Home Max Stories October 3

GOOG: 957.79


Not sure if it’s coming tomorrow, but Google Home Max likely codenamed ‘biggie’

The latest Google Home app has lots of hints about what Google is going to show off tomorrow, with most of those being some new pictures of the long-ago-leaked Google Home Mini. What’s also interesting, though, is that it has some redacted assets for another new Google Home product…

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