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<p>Over the years, people have grown accustomed to saying “Hey Google,” “Hey Alexa,” and “Hey Siri.” Now, Facebook wants to add “Hey Facebook” to the list of wake words we say to inanimate objects. The social media company has announced Oculus Quest users can say “Hey Facebook” to interact with the device hands-free. While Facebook</p>
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Facebook wants you to say “Hey Facebook” to the Oculus Quest and Portal

Over the years, people have grown accustomed to saying “Hey Google,” “Hey Alexa,” and “Hey Siri.” Now, Facebook wants to add “Hey Facebook” to the list of wake words we say to inanimate objects. The social media company has announced Oculus Quest users can say “Hey Facebook” to interact with the device hands-free. While Facebook […]

<p>Over the years, people have grown accustomed to saying “Hey Google,” “Hey Alexa,” and “Hey Siri.” Now, Facebook wants to add “Hey Facebook” to the list of wake words we say to inanimate objects. The social media company has announced Oculus Quest users can say “Hey Facebook” to interact with the device hands-free. While Facebook</p>
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Facebook wants you to say “Hey Facebook” to the Oculus Quest and Portal

Over the years, people have grown accustomed to saying “Hey Google,” “Hey Alexa,” and “Hey Siri.” Now, Facebook wants to add “Hey Facebook” to the list of wake words we say to inanimate objects. The social media company has announced Oculus Quest users can say “Hey Facebook” to interact with the device hands-free. While Facebook […]

<p>Google has introduced a new Sleep API that developers can use to surface information about a user’s sleep, resulting in more advanced sleep tracking apps. The Sleep API is available now as part of the latest version of Google Play Services. According to Google, the Sleep API is a “simple API that centralizes sleep detection</p>
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Google’s Sleep API helps developers build better sleep tracking apps

Google has introduced a new Sleep API that developers can use to surface information about a user’s sleep, resulting in more advanced sleep tracking apps. The Sleep API is available now as part of the latest version of Google Play Services. According to Google, the Sleep API is a “simple API that centralizes sleep detection […]

<p>Google has introduced a new Sleep API that developers can use to surface information about a user’s sleep, resulting in more advanced sleep tracking apps. The Sleep API is available now as part of the latest version of Google Play Services. According to Google, the Sleep API is a “simple API that centralizes sleep detection</p>
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Google’s Sleep API helps developers build better sleep tracking apps

Google has introduced a new Sleep API that developers can use to surface information about a user’s sleep, resulting in more advanced sleep tracking apps. The Sleep API is available now as part of the latest version of Google Play Services. According to Google, the Sleep API is a “simple API that centralizes sleep detection […]