Your life changes when you buy a voice-activated home assistant like a Google Home Mini. Don’t believe us? Believe some of the surveys that show how frequently people begin to use those devices. But many people never make it past the surface level. There’s an incredible depth of functionality to smart home assistants that most… Read more →
If you’ve yet to experience the artificial intelligence (AI) of Google Home, you’re in for a treat. Essentially, Google Home is a compact computer that is accessed through voice technology.
Many time management experts have recommended using routines to keep your life organized, and now you can use Alexa for extra help setting up those routines. Alexa routines can be simple or complex. You can set your routine to play music, adjust the temperature on a smart home thermostat, send a message to your spouse, and many other useful actions.
When you have multiple devices in your home, they may not all speak the same language, and getting them to work in concert can be hard. Instead of one army of smart little minions ready to carry out your will, they’re often closer to an untrained French Foreign Legion from all different backgrounds and all different languages. That’s why you need a smart hub that can make them march in formation and communicate in a common tongue.
Amazon’s Alexa is one of the most remarkable pieces of technology in today’s world. With just your voice, you’re able to control your home, search the entire world’s information systems, play music, listen to the news and any number of other things.
Creating a smart home can be a snap with smart home automation hubs and controllers. Think of a hub or controller as the boss of any smart home system.