With so many people working from home, a smart display that lives on the office desk can make it easy to jump into impromptu video meetings thanks to services like Google Meet. When you aren’t in a meeting, your smart display can show information like stock prices or serve as a digital photo frame. If you have a smart doorbell or camera, you can view an instant livestream whenever someone comes to the door or the motion sensor is triggered. … [Read more...] about Smart speaker or smart display: Which should you buy?
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Having a voice assistant in a soundbar is actually a pretty big deal. Beyond the obvious benefits of a smart speaker (playing music, controlling smart home devices, and getting answers to your questions), because the Arc is connected to your TV via HDMI, you can use a variety of voice commands for turning the TV on and off, or adjusting the volume. Your specific TV may support even more commands depending on the model and whether it’s compatible with Google Assistant or Alexa. … [Read more...] about Sonos Arc review: Solid soundbar for Dolby Atmos era
On this episode of Digital Trends Live, host Greg Nibler talks the top tech stories, including social media’s removal of Trump campaign posts, AMC won’t require masks when re-opening, EA’s live showcases, NBA players may wear smart rings, Google launches a Pinterest rival, and more. … [Read more...] about Digital Trends Live: NBA players to wear smart rings, EA’s live showcases
However, in physical device platforms, we start to see a difference. The Echo Studio and Alexa are famed for working with a very broad selection of smart devices and support thousands of various brands for Alexa voice control. If you’ve got other smart devices in your house, they simply have a better chance of working with Alexa. While Google Assistant does support platforms like August, Canary, D-Link, Alarm.com, and the Google-owned Nest, it doesn’t have the same broad compatibility that Alexa offers. … [Read more...] about Amazon Echo Studio vs. Google Home Max
Try going into Settings > Security & privacy > Fingerprint ID. You’ll have to enter your PIN and then you can try adding a New fingerprint. If you can’t access the settings, then try a factory reset, but make sure that you back up everything first because it will wipe your phone completely. Once you’ve backed up, go to Settings > System > Reset > Factory data reset > Reset phone > Reset phone. If the problem persists after a factory reset, then it could be a hardware failure. You’ll have to contact your carrier, retailer, or Huawei to enquire about a repair or a replacement. Issue: Push notifications not working A few people have run into an issue with push notifications, whether it’s a new message from WhatsApp or an incoming email from Outlook, not working as they should. When the P20 Pro is in standby, with the screen off, the notifications seem to stop and then they flood in when the phone is picked up and unlocked again. … [Read more...] about The most common Huawei P20 Pro problems, and how to fix them