TechCrunch shared their predictions for what will happen in the Voice Tech space for the rest of 2020. As usual, they provide some very interesting insights that should at least give you pause Their main insights include: → Niche assistants such as Aider that provide back-office support.→ Branded in-house assistants such as those offered by BBC and … Continue reading Voice Tech in 2020
Often forgotten by smarthome users as part of their automation arsenal, NFC stickers should be considered as a smart (pardon the pun) way to integrate another channel into your personal automation setup. NFC tags, the small, usually round or square-shaped stickers or fobs that contain small embedded microchips. They are passive objects, meaning which they … Continue reading Personal Automation Hack #14: Buy some NFC tags
Voice AI could be used for simple tasks such as pill reminders and logging water and food. But could it go beyond that?
Another easy area to adopt an app and reap the benefits of automation.
Fitness apps & services seem to lead from the US but will they evolve and integrate internationally?
As we get down to more specifics of where you can automate your life, personal finance is one of the easiest areas.
Can you really hear & feel the difference in a USD$2,250 smartspeaker?
A simple step that will help you visualise where best to place your automation points.
The Big G adds a small feature to its Google Home app that could hint at greater and more granular control of smart devices.
Having a 2nd smartphone handy opens up a lot more personal automation capabilities and options.