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Google Assistant will now work alongside Alexa and Bixby on your Samsung smart TV

Google Assistant will now work alongside Alexa and Bixby on your Samsung smart TV

Samsung’s voice assistant, Bixby, has been something of a disappointment. We’ve already started seeing some features getting dropped and the company is apparently even considering killing it entirely. While Bixby’s fate isn’t sealed yet, Samsung has stopped forcing its half-baked assistant down its users’ throats. The latest example comes with its TV range, which is now getting support for the Google Assistant, a year after Alexa was added.

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Google Assistant is coming to recent Samsung smart TVs

Google Assistant is coming to recent Samsung smart TVs

Google Assistant is on everything from alarm clocks to refrigerators. The latest move to bring the helpful AI assistant to more places sees Google and Samsung teaming up to integrate Assistant with Samsung's latest lineup of smart TVs.

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Snag a 75" Samsung Q60-series 4K smart TV from Amazon today for $1,200 ($300 off)

Snag a 75" Samsung Q60-series 4K smart TV from Amazon today for $1,200 ($300 off)

From watching the big game to checking out the latest award-winning TV series, a quality television set can up the experience from good to great. Today, Amazon is offering a 75" 4K HDR Samsung Smart TV with Alexa and Google Assistant compatibility for $1,199.99 — that's $300 off the MSRP.

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YouTube TV coming to Android TV, Xbox One, Apple TV, and smart TVs

YouTube TV coming to Android TV, Xbox One, Apple TV, and smart TVs

Google's long-rumored live TV service finally arrived earlier this year as 'YouTube TV.' Even from the start, it was a pretty solid offering, and Google has continued to add more channels and expand to more areas. But for a service called 'YouTube TV,' the lack of smart TV/Android TV applications was a major omission. To date, the only way to watch content on the big screen has been with a Chromecast.

That changes today, as YouTube has announced that applications for Android TV and Xbox One will be released within the next few days.

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