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Lenovo let its imagination go wild and showed the result at the Lenovo Tech World summit. Note that these are concepts that may never see the light of day, though we do hope some of their functions make...

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Samsung on Wednesday announced that Bixby, its equivalent of Apple’s Siri, is now available on U.S. versions of the Galaxy S8 and S8+ — roughly three months after the...

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After months of delays, Samsung has finally launched its Bixby AI-powered voice assistant in the US for Galaxy S8 and S8+ users. That took way too long. The company first proudly showed off Bixby in March,...

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 After much delay, Samsung has begun rolling out it Bixby smart assistant to users in the U.S.. The company said today that an update will allow owners of the Galaxy S8 and S8+ to gain voice capabilities...

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The voice component of Samsung's Bixby assistant has been a long time in coming. The company was quick to boast about its AI helper at the Galaxy S8 launch, but revealed that the signature...

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Avnet last week unveiled a beta version of Ask Avnet, a virtual assistant that combines AI with on-demand access to industry experts. Ask Avnet targets “engineers, designers, hobbyists, makers...

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Personal digital assistants are increasingly becoming a ubiquitous feature since Apple included the first mass-market smartphone-based AI — Siri — on its iPhone 4s. Nearly six years later, Siri is...

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Google built its own voice assistant, called Google Assistant, to take on its closest competitors including Siri, Alexa, and Microsoft Cortana. It was initially released for the Google Pixel and Pixel...

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Google Assistant is pretty great, as far as virtual assistants go. You can ask it questions, play games with it, and order stuff from Google Express. But it also has a few problems, like it can’t...

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The robot was able to fetch water and open doors for a quadriplegic. On Friday, the Japanese carmaker Toyota shared footage of its robot designed to help people with limited mobility. It’s...