Google Home reviews are in and Android dominates the world market
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Google home reviews have hit, and the company's new digital assistance product is receiving a missed reception.
While google home integrate the calendar maths and even chrome caspers for personalised experience it doesnt allow for more that one user to be connected at once.
Only four smart home platforms work with it, but we expect to see Google Home grow dramatically in the near future.
As far as worldwide shipments go, Android is the mobile operating system of choice, accounting for 88% of all devices shipped in the third quarter of 2016.
In fact, iOS lost ground to Google's platform, dropping to just 12% market share.
And if you're looking for data on Microsoft and Blackberry phones forget about it.
They offer about it from the conversation.
Google is partnering with the NFL for an exclusive nine part series to be shot in VR.
According to record, the series would be able to be seen on Daydream VR platform along with YouTube Look for the first episode debuting on Thanksgiving Day.
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