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Welcome to December -- you'll probably be doing lots of holiday shopping over the next three weeks, but you can start early with this new 48-page flyer that includes hundreds of nifty tech and gadgets for just about anyone on your list.

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    • why does everyone want one of these???
      I've had the google home for a few months now and i only use it to check the temperature and lately i've been forcing myself to listen to music to it since that's what i've been told ppl use it for... but i really don't see what the rage is ? android is totally useless without a 6" screen in my opinion

      pls edu me
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    • actng wrote:
      Nov 29th, 2017 3:09 pm
      why does everyone want one of these???
      I've had the google home for a few months now and i only use it to check the temperature and lately i've been forcing myself to listen to music to it since that's what i've been told ppl use it for... but i really don't see what the rage is ? android is totally useless without a 6" screen in my opinion

      pls edu me
      Random kitchen timers.
      Living room nap alarm clock.
      Can't sleep mad libs from bed.
      But for me, mainly home automation.
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    • actng wrote:
      Nov 29th, 2017 3:09 pm
      why does everyone want one of these???
      I've had the google home for a few months now and i only use it to check the temperature and lately i've been forcing myself to listen to music to it since that's what i've been told ppl use it for... but i really don't see what the rage is ? android is totally useless without a 6" screen in my opinion

      pls edu me
      You may be right. For me, the appeal is i wanted a speaker in the kitchen. But the intelligent part, i do love the timer function and the music function. I woulnt pay regular price for these functions but for 40$, its a good investment.
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    • actng wrote:
      Nov 29th, 2017 3:09 pm
      why does everyone want one of these???
      ...
      pls edu me
      I thought they were useless too when I first got my amazon dot. Didn’t use it because I could just do everything on my phone. That all changed when I started down the road of home automation.

      When I cook my hands are usually full so being able to just turn on and off lights as I’m moving between rooms is awesome. Also setting and stopping timers for cooking. Also switching songs and playlists and changing volume while I cook and clean.

      Waiting for some more home automation stuff to arrive but I will soon be able to control my TV and sound system just by talking to my google mini as well. So that means no more having to juggle the numerous remotes on the coffee table. Just say what I want and the TV will turn on and load whatever I want without touching anything. That’s gonna be awesome.

      Finally sometimes when I’m upstairs and can’t remember if I’ve turned off everything I just say turn everything off and all my lights and power hungry stuff turns off.

      Yes I could live without all of this and have for years. But it makes me happy and is fairly cheap so why not. At full price I wouldn’t have bothered.
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    • I love this thing. Controls my hue lights, my chromecast audio speakers and my tv with the harmony hub not to mention every other little thing this assistant does.
      39.99$ is an awesome deal.
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    • Noob question, I got a google home and loving it so far from random questions for fun, weather and temp, setting timers for cooking and music... With respect to automated lighting, what kind of lights do you get? I am guessing here, do most people use it with Philips hue? Tia!
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    • looks like the source has this available online as well. time to use my $25 off coupon...
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    • honggil wrote:
      Nov 29th, 2017 3:36 pm
      Noob question, I got a google home and loving it so far from random questions for fun, weather and temp, setting timers for cooking and music... With respect to automated lighting, what kind of lights do you get? I am guessing here, do most people use it with Philips hue? Tia!
      Philips hue or any z-wave/zigbee lights if you have smartthings or similar hub. And there are some bulbs like TP-link smart bulbs work which work with Google assistant without any hub.
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    • Same here. I don't see I will have any practical use of it. I bring my phone whether I go. If I need to listen to music or radio, I just turn it on from the phone. Also, we (wife, kids and myself) don't usually listen/watch same stuff, thus no point turning on loud/broadcasting what I am listening. In terms of TV watching, we usually stream from Kodi or other apps, I don't think this device is able to pick and stream items for us. In terms of lighting, we have so many light switches on each floor and I doubt I will install and automate them soon.

      Don't get me wrong. I do have other online/IP devices e.g. IP cams, IP thermostat, garage door opener, self monitoring home alarm system, etc, I just don't find this device useful for me at least at this moment :)
      actng wrote:
      Nov 29th, 2017 3:09 pm
      why does everyone want one of these???
      I've had the google home for a few months now and i only use it to check the temperature and lately i've been forcing myself to listen to music to it since that's what i've been told ppl use it for... but i really don't see what the rage is ? android is totally useless without a 6" screen in my opinion

      pls edu me
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    • actng wrote:
      Nov 29th, 2017 3:09 pm
      why does everyone want one of these???
      I've had the google home for a few months now and i only use it to check the temperature and lately i've been forcing myself to listen to music to it since that's what i've been told ppl use it for... but i really don't see what the rage is ? android is totally useless without a 6" screen in my opinion

      pls edu me
      $40 to allow people to be a little lazier, only downfall is google will now listen to you 24/7.
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    • does it work with Mi Box which runs adnroidtv?
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    • Since when was the timer on the stove not good enough to countdown the minutes remaining for cooking?

      I can see the light switch functionality useful, mostly if you can use wheh you are away from home and can control it. But really how lazy are people that they cannot hit the light switch when walking by the switch while leaving the room.

      Music playing capabilities by voice can definitely be a useful function.

      For some reason I'd rather see the weather details on my phone instead of hearing it.

      Not sure of the other expanded home automation features ( ie. Temp control and other power saver automations).

      I mostly see this as another way for Google to collect more and more data on everyone.
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    • kiasu wrote:
      Nov 29th, 2017 3:54 pm
      does it work with Mi Box which runs adnroidtv?
      Yes, it controls it using the chromecast function. It's not quite the same as the Android TV voice commands.. it's a bit inconsistent in that regards. Google Home commands can display stuff that Android TV can't, and vice versa.
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    • KevinC268 wrote:
      Nov 29th, 2017 3:50 pm
      $40 to allow people to be a little lazier, only downfall is google will now listen to you 24/7.
      It's funny....most of the people I know that actually work in the tech industry aren't scared or make these stupid statements.Yet, a lot of the people I know that don't work in the tech industry and these technology tin foil hat people with their conspiracy theories on these things.
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    • najibs wrote:
      Nov 29th, 2017 4:07 pm
      It's funny....most of the people I know that actually work in the tech industry aren't scared or make these stupid statements.Yet, a lot of the people I know that don't work in the tech industry and these technology tin foil hat people with their conspiracy theories on these things.
      Technically, it (Google Home - device) is always listening (not in the sense that a human does, as it has no notion of "understanding"...it "hears" I suppose).
      ... Questions are:
      Does it send the audio over to Google in full, with some compression, with lots of compression, or, pre-analysed and strip out non-identifying voice signatures?
      Does the voice and / or data get stored, if so, what is stored?
      Can the stored data, if any, be retrieved by a human / entity / company...and identify you (the human) from that data?

      So, he / she (KevinC268 is just a username) is partially correct.

      Now...did anyone actually read the EULA?
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    • najibs wrote:
      Nov 29th, 2017 4:07 pm
      It's funny....most of the people I know that actually work in the tech industry aren't scared or make these stupid statements.Yet, a lot of the people I know that don't work in the tech industry and these technology tin foil hat people with their conspiracy theories on these things.
      Don’t see how that’s a stupid statement. If you don’t think Google would use these to listen in for key words to further shove targeted ads in your face, then maybe you’re stupid. Dont be surprised if you have one of these and are randomly talking about upgrading your TV (or whatever) over dinner, then suddenly get flooded with TV ads the next time you hop online on your phone or computer. People that work in the tech industry would probably consider this to be a good thing, hence why they aren’t worried. People that are working on creating AI also don’t foresee that robots will one day rule this planet, but they will. I don’t believe Google is interested in listening in for any other purpose than to sell advertising, which is a big part of their business. I’m not too worried about that myself, which is why I purchased a couple of these, but I’m not naive to think that it’s not collecting data while it’s listening 24/7.
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    • FranklyPiper wrote:
      Nov 29th, 2017 4:22 pm
      Don’t see how that’s a stupid statement. If you don’t think Google would use these to listen in for key words to further shove targeted ads in your face, then maybe you’re stupid. Dont be surprised if you have one of these and are randomly talking about upgrading your TV (or whatever) over dinner, then suddenly get flooded with TV ads the next time you hop online on your phone or computer. People that work in the tech industry would probably consider this to be a good thing, hence why they aren’t worried. People that are working on creating AI also don’t foresee that robots will one day rule this planet, but they will. I don’t believe Google is interested in listening in for any other purpose than to sell advertising, which is a big part of their business. I’m not too worried about that myself, which is why I purchased a couple of these, but I’m not naive to think that it’s not collecting data while it’s listening 24/7.
      Does anyone know if Google has some kind of legal & law enforcement collaborative research division?

      Edit: i.e. Accurate and timely surveillance and intelligence is the holy grail of any government and military power.
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    • najibs wrote:
      Nov 29th, 2017 4:07 pm
      It's funny....most of the people I know that actually work in the tech industry aren't scared or make these stupid statements.Yet, a lot of the people I know that don't work in the tech industry and these technology tin foil hat people with their conspiracy theories on these things.
      I’m a programmer, what do you do? Of course this thing is listening to you all day, how else will it work?
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    • KevinC268 wrote:
      Nov 29th, 2017 4:29 pm
      I’m a programmer, what do you do? Of course this thing is listening to you all day, how else will it work?
      You're a coke & pizza to code converter. ;-)
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