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Google Duplex Is Now Available On iOS

Google Duplex was recently found to be available in 43 states of the US, with the company trying to cover the service in more regions across the country. Also, Pixel 2 and Pixel 3 users are now able to use this service for booking seats in a restaurant at the moment. The company has extended Duplex today to iOS devices like iPhones and also for select Android phones. Read More

Google Duplex Is Now Available In 43 US States

Google Duplex is one of the most anticipated AI driven technology of the future. We last saw it in action back in November 2018 when Google added Duplex support on Pixel phones. The feature was very limited at that point of time in only a select places in the US. But, today Duplex has been extended to 43 US States and this is incredible for the Pixel users in the country who can start using it to make hotel reservations. Read More

Google Is Testing Duplex On Pixel Phones

Google has started making it’s AI controlled assistant service called ‘Duplex‘ available to a small number of users who are using Pixel smartphones. The service is basically an intelligent digital assistant that will help you book tickets or make reservations for a hotel without you having to browse the web or make calls manually. Duplex was announced by Google earlier this year at the Google I/O Conference and the company has been testing it out since a while now. Read More

Google Launches Nest Hub Max For $229

Apart from releasing Pixel 3a, Google came up with a list of announcements that included a faster Google Assistant, improvements to Google Duplex and the launch of new Google Home devices. The Google Home smart display devices are now renamed to Google Nest, with the launch of the new Google Nest Hub Max device that will be available for $229. Read More

Google Is Working On An Advanced Version Of Android

Google is testing a different version of operating system for mobile phones, that will likely replace Android in the coming future. Android is used by millions of people worldwide who own smartphones of all companies except Apple. The OS is very popular and Google wants to take a bigger step to take Android to an entirely new level. This could happen anytime with Google underway with Fuchsia OS that will most probably take over the existing Android OS. Read More