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Google Assistant offers second voice option in nine countries

Unfortunately, it isn't available here yet. But it'll be coming to nine other countries for the first time. The US is the first country to get a second option. Now there are new voices available for Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, and Norwegian in their respective countries. India and the UK get new English voices. When a user sets up a new Android phone, the default voice will be chosen at random. But users do have the option to change that later.

The voices are built with DeepMind's WaveNet technology to help make these sound natural. Instead of making the traditional female-sounding voice the default, Google is moving away from assigning genders to the system. Alternatively, the new voices will be referred to by colours. One is called red, and another is called orange. And the order they will be presented in is randomized. Google started this last year in the US with Google Nest and Home devices. 

Source: The Verge + Engadget


PopSockets turns to beverages with PopThirst line

You know PopSockets for its smartphone accessories. The unusual little retractable phone holder generated US$90 million in profit in 2018 for the company. But now the company is setting its sights on a new industry: beverages. It's now making drink holders. The cup sleeve comes with the pop-out gripper, and it works for both hot and cold drinks. And in typical PopSockets fashion, it's available in different styles. The PopThirst can holder and cup sleeves are available for US$15 over at its site.

Source: TechCrunch


JustWatch shows you Disney+'s roster ahead of launch

Perhaps you're still mulling over whether or not to subscribe to Disney+ when it launches. You can get a quick peek into what past Disney-owned shows and films are coming through JustWatch. The website has a new Disney+ guide that shows most of the titles coming to Disney+ when it launches on November 12th. The movies and shows are arranged in an easy-to-browse, aesthetically pleasing way. And when you select a title, you'll get the general information like the synopsis of the movie or tv show, the cast, ratings from services like Rotten Tomatoes, a list of places where you can buy the content, and the runtime. 

If you want to create your list of programs to see, you have to create a JustWatch account. What isn't available there right now are the new shows or movies. You won't see info on The Mandalorian just yet.

Source: Lifehacker


How To Make the Most of Extra Screen Time

These days, it goes almost without saying that anyone with a smartphone spends quite a bit of time on it. Smartphones have become nearly everyone's go-to way to kill extra downtime at work or make that time spent waiting in line at their favorite coffee shop a little less boring. That said, whether you use yours mostly for communicating with family and friends or keeping up with the daily news, you probably spend over three hours every day on your phone. However, you can only waste so many hours playing Angry Birds before you're chomping at the bit for something more enriching to try. The following options are some great ideas for making more of your smartphone screen time.

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