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Apple dropped the price of the HomePod smart speaker to $300, but that’s not going to fix its problems
Price aside, Apple's first HomePod is still bogged down by frustrating limitations.
Apple's HomePod has gotten a permanent price drop, bringing the cost down to $299 as it struggles to gain as much traction as Amazon and Google.
The Google Home Max is one of the best smart speakers you can buy, but it’s normally $400 — it’s on sale for $300 right now
The Google Home Max is one of the best smart home devices and also a great speaker. For a limited time, you can buy one for under $300.
It's 2019. If you know nothing about technology, this guide is a good place to start.
Google’s smart speakers are up to $50 off from now until February 26 as part of its Presidents’ Day sale
Google's President's Day sale includes a discount on the Google Home, Google Home Max, and Google Home Hub until February 26.
I’ve been living with the Google Home Max and Apple’s HomePod side by side for almost 6 months, and they both have one major problem
Both the Google Home Max and the Apple HomePod have their pros and cons, but they share a larger issue: they're really creeping me out.
Google’s new $150 Home Hub does a lot of things you probably don’t need it to — but it has one feature that automatically makes the ...
With its new Google Home Hub smart-home device, Google wants to run your life — or at least your home.
Whether you have the original Google Home, the tiny Google Home Mini, or the extra-large Google Home Max, the device has several hidden tricks.
I switched from Apple Music to Spotify two months ago. While I expected to enjoy the change, I miss using Apple Music: it's easier to use, doesn't default to dark mode, and it has one key feature that Spotify lacks.
I’ve been using the mega-sized, room-shaking Google Home Max speaker for 6 months. Here’s why I think it’s worth the $400 price tag
I first tested the Google Home Max, Google's $400 smart speaker, back in January. More than six months later, I still highly recommend the device. Here's what I still love about it, and what's started to bother me.