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Google’s next generation Pixel and Pixel XL have been thoroughly leaked feature and design-wise over the past few weeks. A new rumor now suggests that Google will also launch a new Chromebook Pixel and smaller Google Home alongside its new phones later this fall.

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Google Home Stories August 18

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Google Home has come a long way since it launched back in October of last year. The air freshener-shaped Assistant speaker was initially criticized for being a little lacking in features compared to Amazon’s competing Echo collection. However, ten months of software updates have made it a much more capable product than ever before.

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Google Home now offers behind the scenes content for Vogue’s 125th anniversary September issue

This week has been big for Google Home. The device received a big update a couple days ago with the official rollout of hands-free calling, support for free Spotify streaming was just added this morning, and now you can now check out exclusive content from Vogue’s 125th anniversary September issue.

Google Home now supports music playback on free Spotify accounts

Google Home’s list of supported services slowly continues to expand, and following a tease back at Google I/O, we know there’s a lot to look forward too. Part of that tease was the introduction of support for free Spotify accounts, and recently that’s quietly gone live.

Google Home Stories August 17

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How to use your Google Voice or Project Fi number for outgoing Google Home calls

First announced at I/O 2017, Google Home is now capable of placing outgoing phone calls. The best part about it is that if you use either Google Voice or Project Fi, you can have Home show your actual number on outgoing calls instead of the default unlisted option. Here’s how to do it…

How to connect to Google Home over Bluetooth

When Google launched its smart assistant-powered speaker, many were surprised by how great the device’s speaker actually sounds. This made Home perfect for listening to music, but there was no way to connect to it over Bluetooth for those who wanted to play audio stored locally on a device. Thankfully, Google has now added that functionality…

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