Thursday May 12, 2016

Google’s Answer To Amazon's Echo Is Code-Named ‘Chirp’

According to anonymous sources, Google is working on a hardware device code-named the Chirp, that would use the company’s search and voice assistant technology to go head to head with Amazon's Echo. Given the fact that Google already knows everything there is about you already, this device will probably work amazingly well.

A product team at Google is working on a hardware device that would integrate Google's search and voice assistant technology, akin to the Amazon Echo, Recode has learned. Google's device will resemble its OnHub wireless router, according to several sources. We don't know if it has a name yet, but internally the project goes by "Chirp."