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More content from News.co.nz:Google to unveil the new ‘Google Home’ product this week – News.ieThe new Google Home, unveiled at Google I/O on Wednesday, will be available for $149 (£115).
It will be priced at $100 more than the existing $129 (£97).
The Google Home is essentially a digital hub with speakers, a keyboard, and a microphone.
It will also have an audio remote control.
Google Home’s new look is also aimed at the more affluent.
“We’ve done it again,” Google CEO Sundar Pichai said during the event.
“We’ve created a new way of doing things.”
Google Home’s big new feature is a microphone, which is supposed to work like a digital assistant, but can be used to communicate with other devices.
Google Home will also include Google’s own voice recognition technology, which will allow it to recognise what you say and respond to your requests.
Google says it will be able to give you a notification whenever it hears a “Google Home” sound.
“Google Home is the new voice assistant,” Google says.
“Now you can say it, it will tell you.”
Google is also introducing a new feature for users to tell Google Home what they want to do, which can be done by pointing it to a menu of actions.
“You can tell Google what you want to see, what you’d like to do,” Google’s VP of engineering, Andy Rubin, said.
“When you do that, you can actually ask Google what it does.”
Google said that it will also be able “to detect when you’re typing, and if you are typing, it’ll show you an overview of what’s going on on your screen, and when you type, it lets you know exactly what you’re saying.”
In other words, if you want a Google Home assistant to say “OK Google, I’m going to go shopping”, you’ll have to type the words “OK, Google Home” at least three times.
It is also possible to say what you are trying to do with Google Home by pointing your finger at it.
The new Assistant will also allow you to ask questions directly through the speaker, which may not be the most intuitive way of asking things.
Google has said that users will be given more options for voice control, such as asking Google Home to open a Gmail account, change the time of day, and send a text.
“With Google Home you’ll be able use voice commands to tell it to open Gmail, change how much time you need to read the news, and set reminders,” Google said.
Google also said that “when you tell Google Assistant to play a song, it’s not just a random sound you’re hearing, but a specific pattern of sounds, so it knows exactly what song you want it to play”.
“Google has always been known for giving users the power to control the experience of their apps, but we’ve finally taken that to a whole new level,” Google added.
“As the company’s voice assistant expands into other areas, we’ll be sure to make it even better with Google Assistant on Android, in the new Google app, and even on TVs and TVs in your living room.”
The new assistant will also offer “advanced search” and “more personalised recommendations” for what you may want to search for.
Google said it will add new “advances” to its voice assistant, such a “listening to music” or “seeing videos”.
Google is working with the BBC, ITV and other media outlets to bring voice assistant support to their programmes.
Google also said it is working on a partnership with HBO to bring the “voice assistant” feature to its streaming service, Google Now.
Google says it plans to make voice assistants available for free on Android devices.
“For the next few years, we will be working with media companies to bring our voice assistant to their devices,” Rubin said.
“It’s going to be a seamless experience.
It’ll work just like Siri on iOS.
It just feels a little bit like Siri right now, but you’ll get it on Android.””
I think the voice assistant is going to really be the next big thing,” Rubin added.
“You will be talking to the Google assistant, and it will actually have a conversation with you.
You’ll get the results of what you type.”
Google will also begin testing voice assistant functionality in the US.
“There’s a lot of work that needs to be done in the United States and around the world to make this happen,” Rubin told reporters