Friday Buzz Report – Issue Number 8

Our favorite day of the week has arrived and it is time for a quick round-up of everything that happened in the tech world this week. Ever since Google has released its series of smart home products, a number of reviews have been pouring in about the devices. We will also go into our obligatory tinfoil mode to discuss new stuff scientists have invented, and will touch upon the subject of virtual reality. Let’s get to it.

Google Home Mini is Getting Some Solid Reviews

The google home mini is getting a lot of good reviews based on its aesthetics and functionality. According to reviewers, it is easy on the eyes and easier to use. You can turn the lights on and off, turn your TV on and off, and enjoy a number of other smart home functionalities. Read More>>

Bonus Read: There is an app you can download on your google home mini that will allow you to find your phone whenever you lose it. All you have to do is ask your Google Home Mini to find your phone and it will call it right away. Read More>>

Quick Update: Some of the Google Home Mini devices started recording everything without being asked to do so and Google has since then disabled that feature. Read More>>  

Scientists Have Created Synthetic Skin For Robots

Last week, we went on and on about how artificial intelligence will find a way to upload itself to the cloud and start a machine uprising. This week, scientists created artificial skin that can change its shape and color, and will be perfect for robots who want to camouflage themselves and blend into their surroundings. Coincidence? We think not. Read More>>

Oculus To Release Oculus Go Next year

Oculus is all set to release its standalone VR product, Oculus Go. The device will be priced at $199 and will allow you to watch movies, play video games, and connect with others in virtual reality. Read more>>

This is it for this week’s Friday Buzz Report, see you guys next week. Have a great weekend.

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Ehtisham
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Ehtisham Hussain

Ehtisham has over eight years of experience in the digital marketing industry. He describes himself as a writer, editor, and digital marketer. Having worked with multiple organizations and a number of websites, he specializes in content that caters to both man and machine.