Walmart, Target, Macy's launch deals ahead of Amazon Prime Day
One good thing about the forthcoming Amazon Prime Day 2018 shopping bonanza is that it is prompting other retailers to launch competing “Black Friday in July” sales of their own.Walmart also has some amazing deals in a new summer sale. For example, several TVs are cheaper than they were on Black Friday at Walmart right now. A Sceptre 50-inch 4K LED TV is now $229.99 at Walmart, compared to $300 on Black Friday 2017, while a 55-inch RCA 4K LED TV is $289.99 right now (compared to $340 on Black Friday and a list price of $700).
Now that Google Assistant has a slew of voices to choose from, shouldn't you have an easy interface for picking one of those voices ? You do now . Google is rolling out an update that gives US users a new, simple interface for changing Assistant ' s voice . It ' s very colorful, to put it mildly: you just tap
Users can now change Google Assistant ’ s voice by choosing between different options. The newly added ability to change standard Assistant voice Google is employing a new technology, called Wavenet, which makes it easier to simulate an entire vocabulary with significantly less time spent in.
Now that Google Assistant has a to choose from, shouldn't you have an easy interface for picking one of those voices? You do now. Google is rolling out an update that gives US users a new, simple interface for changing Assistant's voice. It's very colorful, to put it mildly: you just tap on a color associated with a given voice (Google told us it chose them at random) and listen to be sure they're the dulcet tones you want to hear.
The addition should be platform-agnostic and will be widely available in the US by the end of the week. It's not certain when other countries will receive the fresh interface, but that's also dependent on having multi-voice support in the first place. If you live in a region where you only have one voice to choose from, you'll just have to be patient.
Google may put its Fuchsia OS on smart home devices within three years .
The Fuchsia team wants to replace Chrome OS and Android with something newAccording to a new report from Bloomberg, the Fuchsia team’s goal is nothing less than creating a single, unifying operating system that could run on all of Google’s devices: replacing Android, Chrome OS, and powering all of Google’s smart home hardware. The time frame is similarly ambitious: the team hopes to release a connected home device powered by the new OS within three years to introduce Fuchsia before moving on to larger devices like laptops and phones within the next five years.