Google Home Mini Nominated For The Product Award
Who would buy this? Is this product poorly made? Does it do what it's suppose too or is it totally useless?
Google is permanently nerfing all Home Minis because mine spied on everything I said 24/7
Google Home Mini
|Why this nomination?||This may have been a bug, but just the fact that it can do this is frightening.|
|Description:||When the first home assistants were announced, I was excited. A device I could wake up with a simple hotword that would answer my questions, set reminders, turn on the TV, and dim the lights, all without me having to get off the couch, sounded fantastic. Amazon's Echo and Echo Dot, Google's Home, and a myriad others, most recently the Home Mini, have invaded our kitchens, living rooms, and bedrooms. Heck, I put one in the bathroom.
Without fail, every time a new listening device comes to market, some tinfoil hat-wearer points out how perfect they would be as modern-day Trojan horses for any of the three-letter acronym organizations - NSA, CIA, FBI - you name it. Manufacturers, on their part, assure us their devices are perfectly safe and only listen when prompted. We brush the concerns off and move on with our lives, but not before granting our smart pineapples (did you know "pineapple" is the codename for Google Home?) access to the smart rice maker, smart vacuum,
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|Publication Date:||Oct 10, 2017 2:21pm PDT|
|Tags:||google home mini|
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|Submission Date||Oct 13, 2017 (Edited Oct 13, 2017)|