Much like Amazon has done, Google is opening up Google Assistant to third parties. Though the companies virtual assistant has so far resided on smartphones and watches (and of course the Google Home), you’ll soon start to see it in products like speakers and appliances.
Google mentions ... Read More »
Bluetooth speakers are a dime a dozen these days, but the new Stammen and Baggen from Urbanears are meant to stand out from the crowd. Color options include Dirty Pink, Vinyl Black, Plant Green, Concrete Grey, Goldfish Orange and Indigo Blue, allowing the speakers to perfectly match your space and style. But the two speakers have ... Read More »
A few weeks back, we reviewed Lumoid, a try-before-you-buy service for wearables, drones and photography equipment. We came out of it impressed with the excellent experience and the opportunity that Lumoid provided. Today, Lumoid is launching a new branch of service, Lumoid Listen. ... Read More »
Samsung’s already got a couple of mobile brands to its name, including its Galaxy Android phones and ATIV Windows products. Today the company added another brand to its repertoire: Level.
Samsung Level is a family of headphones and speakers that Sammy describes as a group ... Read More »
Let’s start off with a poll: how many of you use that trick of cupping your hand behind your phone to slightly increase the volume? I find myself doing it just about every time I watch a YouTube video or try to listen to something without headphones. There are some things our phones simply cannot ... Read More »
As our smartphones get bigger, better, faster, and just plain MORE, we’re going to see repetitive innovation. I say repetitive because the tech is already there, it’s just smaller now. One such example of this innovation is High Definition audio on mobile devices. The next generation of Android phones will have features like stereo speakers ... Read More »