NuBryte Announces Its Voice Controlled Smart Home with Google Home Integration

Bruno Cirelli
Mag 19, 2017

It's a common theme these days, as tech giants and even their plucky startup rivals are copying each other's tools and features, sometimes improving on them and sometimes barely catching up.

Going forward, Google says every Android release will have a Go version.

Android O will feature redesigned emoji.

Google announced that more than two billion devices powered by Android software are used monthly in a freshly passed milestone.

Google is also crafting a lighter version of Android, referred to as "Go", designed for maximum performance on low-priced, entry-level smartphones in developing countries where internet bandwidth is lean or expensive.

The coming version of Android, referred to simply as "O" for the time being, will also have boosted artificial intelligence features along with enhanced security, executives showed. While the integration with the Google Assistant is a novelty for the Geeni ecosystem, the company's smart products can always be controlled on smartphones lacking Google Assistant integration, as long as they are compatible with Geeni's Android app. To help developers fine-tune their own apps, Google has launched a "Building for Billions" Web page with technical tools and checklists for handling devices with a variety of connectivity, range, data management, and battery capabilities.

"Soon, with Google Lens, your assistant will be able to have a conversation about what you see". Unless of course the funds you send to someone go into Google Wallet, then I'd rather you just punch me in the face.

During yesterday's Google I/O keynote, Google shared some of the new things they are working on the Android Pay realm.

Google, for example, added features to its internet-connected Home speaker " such as hands-free calling. Bluetooth support for Google Home will let you play audio from iOS and Android.

The move extends the potential reach of Google's assistant, which debuted last fall on the company's Pixel phone and an internet-connected speaker called Home.

Google Home was originally the physical embodiment of the Google Assistant technology, but Assistant has since expanded to be so much more with Home leading the charge. With this technology, you can use your phone's camera to analyze your surroundings and Assistant will instantly give relevant information and feedback based on where you point it. In the real world, that means you could, for instance, point your phone camera at a restaurant and get reviews for it. Another cool feature is instant Wi-Fi network logins when you scan wireless network credentials.

Google Assistant is a couple of months into its expansion to just about any modern Android phone, but Google I/O 2017 marked an important change to its functionality to make it truly viable and useful to a wide number of people. First, a new feature called Suggested Sharing will suggest that you share your photos with the people it recognizes to be in the picture itself.

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