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How Voice Tech Could Help Counter Fraud in eCommerce

Remember listening to Google Duplex make that terrifyingly human-like phone call to book an appointment at a salon?

While most of us were thinking "Well, I'm never making phone calls again," cybersecurity experts thought "We might be able to use this for fraud prevention."

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How Voice Assistants are Helping People With Dyslexia

AI Hearing Aids Talk to Voice Assistants and Track Your Heart Rate

One of the fastest growing audiences for virtual assistants isn't Millennials or Gen Z, as many would predict, it's actually adults aged 55 and over.

These adults are using smart speakers and virtual assistants for everything from medication management and accident prevention to keeping in touch with their families. But an intriguingly personal form of virtual assistance is now making a dent in the AI market: hearing aids

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Meet Pillo: A Smart Health Companion To Keep Your Meds on Track

Credit: Pillo.

Microsoft's New Patent Makes Using Voice Tech in Public Less Awkward

When someone says "smart speaker," most think "Alexa". 

It's a reasonable association since many consider Amazon Alexa the glowing face of voice technology; a crown earned for its relentless progress in the last few years. But Google Assistant is catching up, stepping on Alexa's heels while Samsung's Bixby power-walks a few miles behind.

And Cortana? Well, Cortana is hobbling along with no real intent of running. (Let's spare Siri from the race altogether.)

 But Microsoft could jump to the front with its latest voice-first innovation. One that could change how we interact with voice-enabled devices in the future; particularly in public. 

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Food craving? Ask Your Smart Speaker For Delivery With Orderscape

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The Era of Smart Cycling Has Begun With Alexa-Enhanced Bicycles

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The Most Exciting Voice Gadgets From CES 2019

Credit: Ring

The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is a coveted gathering place for thousands of companies to announce their latest gadgets. From walking cars and modular television screens to voice-controlled bathrooms and personal beer brewing machines, CES 2019 revealed something for everyone. 

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Devs Can Soon Build Smart Devices Using Google Assistant Connect

Google Assistant Connect button and tablet shown at CES 2019. Credit: Engadget. 

CES 2019 has been a whirlwind for everyone in consumer technology. Google, in particular, has been pulling out all the stops to challenge Amazon's dominance over the voice tech market. 

One of Google's announcements is already making developers and manufacturers rub their hands together in anticipation. The Google Assistant Connect – a new way for third parties to integrate smart functions (like recognizing voice commands) without the encumbrance of computing them. 

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How Amazon Alexa is Transforming Voice-First Healthcare

From tired parents who need to order another pack of diapers to people wanting guidance on how to manage diabetes, Amazon is determined to make Alexa their go-to provider.  

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