News You might have missed: Week of October 13, 2017

on October 13, 2017
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Google Home Mini loses Touch Feature

Not even a week after the debut of Google Home Mini, Google was made aware of an issue with the pre-production units. The touch functionality on the top of the Mini which allows users to turn the Mini into listening mode was behaving incorrectly. Basically, the Mini was detecting a touch when nobody was actually touching it causing it to be listening in without the user knowing. Google first released a software update to rectify the issue and later disabled the feature altogether.

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