Facing incredibly tough competition from Amazon, and with Apple’s HomePod on the horizon, Google announced that Google Assistant will be making its way to a wide range of smart home speakers made by different manufacturers in 2018. Major tech companies, including Bang & Olufsen, Altec Lansing, Anker Innovations, Braven, iHome, JBL, Jensen, LG, Lenovo, Klipsch, Knit Audio, Memorex, RIVA Audio, SōLIS, and Sony are reportedly on board and will be producing their own smart speakers powered by Google’s AI Assistant.
Harman’s JBL is among the first brands that come to mind when high-quality professional audio products are concerned. But the company has a broad range of consumer-grade premium Bluetooth headphones as well – the Everest series, which just got refreshed with the addition of four new models: the Everest 110, Everest 310, Everest 710, and the Everest Elite 750NC.
While Motorola may be getting ready to release a Moto Z2 Play, for now, the original Moto Z Play (launched last August) remains one of the best upper-mid-range smartphones in the US. So, if you want to purchase the original Z Play, Motorola has a pretty sweet deal for you: from now and until May 6, the company is giving away a free MotoMod with the handset. More exactly, the free MotoMod is the JBL SoundBoost Speaker, which normally costs $79.99.
Unfortunately, the Moto Z Play is no longer available for $50 off (as it was earlier this month), so it currently costs …