Technology Google adds seasonal Nest doorbell ringers in time for Halloween
Google’s Nest Hello doorbell can now detect package deliveries
So you can stop checking every time the camera detects passersby
If you're the type of person who goes all out each Halloween decorating your home to make it the star of the neighborhood,. Starting today, the company is updating to add a new seasonal ringtone to help create the right atmosphere for the spookiest day of the year.
Once you, instead of a standard ringtone, visitors will hear a rotating cast of characters that includes a "cackling witch," a ghost, a vampire and a scary monster anytime they ring your doorbell. The feature also works inside on if you enable the visitor announcements functionality. In either case, it's a fun way to make Halloween more fun and memorable for trick-or-treaters.
Google says it plans to add more seasonal ringtones in late November ahead of the holidays, so you'll get more use out of the feature than just once per year. If you don't own any Nest products, you can still get in on the fun if you have access to Google Assistant. Just ask the digital assistant to "get spooky," and it'll start playing an hour-long "spooktacular" playlist.
The head of a decapitated snake bites violently and sends it to
Hospitalized for more than a week, the man from Texas, USA, is expected to exit.
A Texan thought he had done the hard way by beheading with his shovel a rattlesnake that was lying in his garden on May 27th. But when he bent down to get the head of the snake and get rid of it, it bit him,. And the serpent (or rather his head) gave everything.
Immediately, this American began to have seizures, lost his sight, and had internal bleeding. His wife called the emergency room and tried to get him to the hospital before a helicopter took over. There, the doctors were not sure that the man would survive, and gave him 26 doses of anti-venom. It's still a lot. Today, he seems out of danger.
Corpus Christi man bitten by severed rattlesnake head
- KIII 3 News (@ kiii3news)"Not abnormal that a snake can continue to live after being decapitated "
For the doctor Leslie Boyer, who created the VIPER Institute of the University of Arizona, it is not abnormal that a snake can continue to live after being beheaded. "It's a classic mistake," she explains to GizmodoAnd that can last a long time as well. Leslie Boyer says she has heard of animals that continue to move twelve hours after being cut in half. According to her, the best way to get rid of a snake is to ask an expert to do it, or simply move it. It should only be killed as a last resort. Because if you cut it in half, that's twice as much work and so much danger.
Google's Nest smart home devices get spooky updates for Halloween .
For Halloween this year, Google has rolled out a handful of festively frightful features to their Nest home products.On Monday, Google announced that users can look towards their Nest smart home devices for help getting festive (or scary) this Halloween.
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