You’ve always been able to run the Android Auto app on your phone to get a better/safer interface while driving, but Google doesn’t widely advertise that functionality (the Auto app is mainly used for connecting to car entertainment systems), and it doesn’t always work correctly. Google announced a replacement over a year ago at Google I/O, and it’s finally showing up on phones.
Google Assistant’s Driving Mode was first revealed at Google I/O 2019, but the company has been relatively silent abo…
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It looks as though DualSense controllers and other PS5 accessories are starting to hit stores in America. Oddly enough, DualSense controllers have been spotted …
It looks as though DualSense controllers and other PS5 accessories are starting to hit stores in America. Oddly enough, DualSense controllers have been spotted on buy, swap, sell sites as well as in glass cabinets at Walmart this week.
It makes sense given Sony sent out emails in the United States earlier this week stating that they’d be sending out PS5 accessories starting October 30th. It’s unclear at this point if we’ll see accessories release earlier in Australia. We did see this happen at …
Google sits astride Australian smart speaker market: Telsyte – ZDNet
Smart speakers are seen as a gateway for other IoT devices to make their way into the home, as all those free Google speakers went somewhere.
Google is able to claim 61% of the Australian smart speaker market, analyst firm Telsyte said in a survey with 1,070 respondents.
Telsyte said Google had a majority share of the 2.6 million households with a market speaker, followed by Amazon with 17% of the market, Apple with 4%, and other brands collectively accounting for 18% of the market.
The survey said smart speakers were a gateway to other Internet of Things devices. Of the homes with a smart speaker, one-third have two or more.
Western Empires: The Kotaku Review – Kotaku Australia
Western Empires is a big board game. A very, very, very very, very big board game. Designed for nine players (though you can go as low as five), and played over…
Western Empires is a big board game. A very, very, very very, very big board game.
Designed for nine players (though you can go as low as five), and played over the course of around eight hours, its the setting for an entire day of expansion, science, trade and battle as you and eight friends/former friends take on the role of a fledgling human civilisation somewhere between the Near East and Ireland.
Its a vast game, one that seems at first glance hugely ambitious, but its actually nothing of…
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