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Google News helps Google Home find the stories you want to hear about



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Lenovo Smart Display is getting better to keep up with the news.


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Google home speakers are getting better to stay up to date.

You can always ask Google Assistant to let you know the news, and the Google Home smartphone will play briefings from a customizable list of sources. The Lenovo Smart Display that has a built-in Google Assistant will even show you videos that come with these briefings. But if you do not need an overview, prefer updated information about a particular event, you were better on a computer or phone.

Starting Thursday, Google took Google Google News to its smart devices to help modify it. You can now ask Google Home or Lenovo Smart Display about a particular news event. Google Assistant speakers like home will read through extracts from relevant news articles. Smart speakers with a display like the Lenovo Smart Display and the upcoming JBL Link View will find relevant news videos on YouTube to fill out exactly what you want to know.


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Google rolled out renewed Google News in May . The service uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to find relevant stories based on your interests and searches, and then adjust the news feed accordingly. Google will now use Google News intelligence to find the right excerpts and videos when asking a question about your smart speakers or monitors.

Examples of questions given include "What is news about women's national football team?" or "What's Newest on NASA?" Google announced the change via a blog post on Thursday. It applies to all smart speakers with built-in Google Assistant, and all Google Assistant smartphones with a screen, even though the Lenovo Smart Display is the only one on the market for now. Currently, the feature is only available in the United States, although the blog post promises to roll it out wider soon.


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