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.
No matter the situation, needing multiple tools to work one device is an aggravating experience. Luckily, when it comes to your computers, you don’t have to suffer, thanks to Logitech Flow.
Streaming services send entertainment directly to your home. They include the shows and music that you’re interested in. If you want to set up a streaming service, the first thing you need to do is sign up for whichever streaming service you’ve chosen.
If you’re living in the U.S. and have any sort of caller I.D., chances are you don’t answer most unknown calls. The likelihood of the call being a robocall or telemarketer is just too high. But simply avoiding unknown numbers comes with problems of its own.
There are tools that you can use to make your experience better and make it easier to see, and these solutions include both programs and devices.
It’s not nearly as hard as it seems, though. With a little bit of planning and preparation you can build a gaming PC that will run all your favorite games. Even if you’ve built a PC before, there are some tips and tricks that will help make it easier.
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.
We enjoy the comforts of an electronically-integrated home while still trying to find ways to minimize our impact. Luckily, there are plenty of ways to do that even while living a good life. But it takes a little bit of effort and a little research. That’s why we’ve done the legwork for you. Here are several ways you can create a more energy-efficient environment for your eHome:
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.
Reboot and reset sound pretty similar, but they are technically quite different. If your WiFi is slow, your WiFi is not working, or you are having trouble connecting devices to the WiFi, then both of these methods can help. But it’s important to know when to reset or reboot your router.