News — google assistant

Why don't you use a smart plug for that???

Posted by Susan Crowe on

Why don't you use a smart plug for that???

Wi-Fi SMART PLUGS........ A Wi-Fi Smart Plug looks like a traditional adapter but is so much more…. These smart plugs connect to the internet through your Wi-Fi connection and control your home appliances. Even if you are not into the whole smart home automation trend, smart plugs are one of the easiest smart home products to use.  You just decide on the brand to purchase, download the app and off you go.  Plug your new smart plug into a socket, plug your home appliance into the smart plug itself and that it!   You can now turn on and off the...

Read more →

5 Smart Home products to help you cope with the Coronavirus COVID-19

Posted by Susan Crowe on

5 Smart Home products to help you cope with the Coronavirus COVID-19

Working from home as a result of Covid-19? Here are a few recommended smart home products to help you cope, starting with boosting your wifi signal.....

Read more →

Google Nest Mini v Google Home Mini

Posted by Susan Crowe on

Google Nest Mini v Google Home Mini

What are the differences between the Google Nest Mini and Google Home Mini? Below we outline the key enhancements and upgrades on the Google Nest Mini versus it's older sibling the google Home Mini. These changes are more an evolution on the small but very powerful Google Home Mini enhancing it's usability. The similarity between both is they use Google Assistant to connect and control your smart home devices or connect to your smartphone be that IOS or Android.    Rebranding Google Home to Google Nest: The Google Nest Mini is ultimately a replacement for the Google Home Mini as...

Read more →

Key myths about voice technology

Posted by Susan Crowe on

Key myths about voice technology

3 Myths about Voice assistants - stunting early adoption. In this article we look at the three most common myths about voice assistants, such as Google Home with Google Assistant, Amazon Echo commonly called Alexa or Microsoft's Cortana.

Read more →