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It's finally here! Google Assistant can be installed today on the Galaxy Watch 4

1 month ago   |   By Phone Arena

Finally, after nine months of waiting, Galaxy Watch 4 users can now install Google Assistant on their timepieces.
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Google announces ‘update for Chromecast with Google TV' that's sadly just a new Assistant feature

Google announces ‘update for Chromecast with Google TV' that's sadly just a new Assistant feature

1 month ago   |   By 9to5Google

The Chromecast with Google TV is a great product, but it's one that's clearly showing problems as it ages. One issue is that the Chromecast hasn't received an actual system update in nearly six months, which is why a recent tweet from Google feels like such a tease.
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Finally! Google Assistant has landed for the Samsung Galaxy Watch4

Finally! Google Assistant has landed for the Samsung Galaxy Watch4

1 month ago   |   By Phandroid

Earlier this month, Google announced that it will be working with Samsung to provide Google Assistant functionality to Samsung Galaxy Watch4 users. Today, Samsung has formally announced that the smart assistant service is now available for the device, and owners of the wearable can finally use the service on their watches. The official statement reads “Samsung Electronics and Google jointly built a unified Wear OS platform that creates a seamless connection across Android devices. The platform comes with Google Play, which gives users access to some of the most popular apps and services...
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Google Assistant starts rolling out to Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 via the Play Store

Google Assistant starts rolling out to Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 via the Play Store

1 month ago   |   By 9to5Google

Galaxy Watch 4 owners have been waiting for Google Assistant since Samsung launched the wearable with just Bixby last year , and support is now officially launching today .
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Google Assistant Arrives For The Samsung Galaxy Watch 4

Google Assistant Arrives For The Samsung Galaxy Watch 4

1 month ago   |   By Android Headlines

The time has come Galaxy Watch 4 owners, Google Assistant is finally here for all your voice-guided needs. After announcing earlier this month that the long-awaited feature would arrive this Summer, Samsung is pulling a rabbit out of its hat and releasing it a bit early.
By stating that it would be coming this Summer, it was rightfully assumed that meant it would be launched sometime around late June or after. Summer officially starts on June 20/June 21 after all. Although it's been a long wait, this will surely make users happy. Since the launch of the Galaxy Watch 4, Bixby has been the...
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TCL Stylus Review: It's More Than A Budget Note

TCL Stylus Review: It's More Than A Budget Note

TCL is a company that's known more for its TVs, but the company has been working on establishing itself as a smartphone maker as well. The company recently launched its... Read more ...

US carriers want to bring “screen zero” lock screen ads to smartphones

US carriers want to bring “screen zero” lock screen ads to smartphones

Enlarge / Glance's ad copy promises "authentic engagement" with its lock screen billboard. Android smartphones can be a rough market, and to squeeze as much profit out of a... Read more ...

Why don't Samsung devices have seamless updates?

Why don't Samsung devices have seamless updates?

As of late, Samsung has been on the ball in terms of releasing new OS and security updates for its newer and older Galaxy devices. While that may be the case, there is one... Read more ...

Ads could soon make their way to your smartphone lock screen

Ads could soon make their way to your smartphone lock screen

Glance, a company backed by Google, is planning to release its first smartphones with lock screen ads in the following months. Read more ...

Apple gives extra features to Shortcuts users - what about everyone else?

Apple gives extra features to Shortcuts users - what about everyone else?

If a feature is only in Shortcuts, is it really a feature? As Apple continues to develop the Shortcuts app experience across iPhone, iPad, Mac, and even Apple Watch, there are... Read more ...

Apple Watch Series 8 to get larger display

Apple Watch Series 8 to get larger display

The Apple Watch Series 8 will be launching in September along with the new iPhone 14 range and now it looks like we have more details about the device. According to a recent... Read more ...

Nothing Phone 1 to have 120Hz display

Nothing Phone 1 to have 120Hz display

The new Nothing Phone 1 is coming next week, and the handset will be made official at a press event on the 12th of July. We already know many of the specifications of the new... Read more ...

OnePlus Rolls Out June 2022 Update To Four Phones, Including Its Flagship

OnePlus Rolls Out June 2022 Update To Four Phones, Including Its Flagship

OnePlus is now sending the June 2022 Android security update to four of its smartphones. One of those phones is the company's flagship, the OnePlus 10 Pro. The other three are... Read more ...

Samsung Willing To Lower Galaxy S & A Sales In Favor Of Foldables

Samsung Willing To Lower Galaxy S & A Sales In Favor Of Foldables

It's no secret that Samsung sees foldables as the future of smartphones. The Korean firm, which has long been the world's largest smartphone vendor, is betting big on foldable... Read more ...

Galaxy Z Fold 4 Camera Layout May Remain Unchanged From Fold 3

Galaxy Z Fold 4 Camera Layout May Remain Unchanged From Fold 3

Contrary to what leaked renders have suggested, the Galaxy Z Fold 4 may not get a reworked rear camera layout. Leaker Mr TechTalkTV claims that the upcoming Samsung foldable... Read more ...