The world of in-car personal assistants is not a very imaginative one. Following Google’s example, most have chosen dull phrases as triggers for the assistant to pay attention. Usually, those phrases contain the word “OK” followed by whatever the name of the carmaker that developed it is. But not in Skoda’s case.
The Czech carmaker has been building some exciting new cars recently, and it was only natural for … (continue reading >>)
Author: autoevolution (Daniel Patrascu)