Google Assistant Can Give You The Latest Olympics Updates

Google Assistant Can Give You The Latest Olympics Updates

USA TODAY is partnering with Google for the 2018 Winter Olympics, offering exclusive content on Google Assistant

Ivanha Paz
  • 14 february 2018

USA TODAY announced a partnership with Google for the 2018 Winter Olympics, which sees the media company producing content exclusively for Google Assistant on smartphones and devices like Google Home.

By using a direct voice command like “Ok Google, play the latest news from USA TODAY Olympics,” users will be able to access the content, which includes daily updates with the latest news from South Korea as well as announcements on when to tune in for the biggest events and medal counts.

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