Smart TVs are quickly catching up with voice activated devices in the race for convenience. They are able to show and find content, control devices and more.
What are voice assistants? Voice assistants are software that recognize voice, process language, and synthesize to listen to commands and return information
Alexa voice applications are designed using serverless architectures. They are different to other apps in the sense that they are voice-first applications, so voice interactions are the primary concern and visuals are helping with usability.
Both platforms, Google and Alexa, are able to connect your Google calendar and add calendar events or get your schedule for the day.
Both platforms, Google and Alexa, have built-in weather services. However, if you need detailed information, there are third party applications available.
This article presents the most common ways your customers are using these devices and how can your business leverage this opportunity.
Ambient computing eliminates the friction between you and the device achieving what you need. It is computing you don't even realize it is there.
This article explains when smart assistants become active, when they start listening, what is recorded and how to manage it.
How does voice search work on Alexa and Google Assistant? And how is your business going to be found?
This article reviews different ways to interact with voice-activated devices and the long-term implications to your business and the way we search on voice.
What is a Voice application? This article is a good introduction to the topic covering the basics of voice applications.
Voice-activated assistants are paving the way to a promising future based on convenience and customer experience