Google Home Max Stories July 8

The Google Store is kicking off a summer-themed event today that discounts the Pixel 2 XL, all Google Home smart speakers, Chromecasts, and more. In effect until next week, one of the better deals is a $150 discount when purchasing two Home Max speakers.

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Google Home Max Stories June 21

How to enable Google Home’s Continued Conversation

Continued Conversations is a new Google Home feature that allows users to ask the Google Assistant follow-up questions without having to repeatedly say the “Ok/Hey Google” hotword. Unfortunately, new and old Google Home users alike will need to manually turn Continued Conversations on for the feature to work. Here’s how.

Google Home Max Stories May 16

Google has today announced that the biggest and baddest of the Google Home family, the Home Max, is now available in Canada. You’ll be able to purchase the device in both “chalk” and “charcoal” at both the online Google Store and at Best Buy for $499 CAD.

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Deal: Get Pixelbook at 25% off: $750!

Google Home Max Stories May 10

I/O is a software show as highlighted by Google Duplex at the 2018 keynote. For the longest time, the primary Google hardware presence were phones used to demo the latest Android developer preview. However, this year, Made by Google had an iconic presence through a Home Max installation.

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Google Home Max Stories May 9

Future Google Home Max update will help reduce in-line latency by up to 93%

When you pay $400 for any type of speaker, let alone a Google Home Max, you expect it to do everything you want it to. Unfortunately, when you plug something into the Max through the 3.5mm port, there’s noticeable latency. In an upcoming update, this should get dramatically improved.

Google Home Max Stories April 11

How to factory reset your Google Home, Mini, & Max

Because so much of the Google Home setup process and user experience is through the Home app, it seems logical that the option to factory reset the smart speakers would also be within the application. Oddly enough, it isn’t, and to wipe your devices requires you to press and hold physical buttons on each of the speakers…

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