In any case, Google confirmed to Android Central that Continued Conversations will be hitting every Assistant-powered smart display in the U.S. that's set to English. Google has confirmed that the Assistant's Continued Conversations feature is beginning to roll out to smart displays in the United States, and it sounds like it won't be long until every smart display has it.More news: R. Kelly's Girlfriend Breaks Down in Tears as She Fiercely Defends Him
Unfortunately, the feature only rolled out to smart speakers and not their smart-display counterparts, not even Google's own Home Hub.
All you need to do is invoke Google Assistant and ask it to book a table with a specified time and number of seats.More news: Pakistan's High Commissioner to India returns to his post in New Delhi
If you want to turn off Continued Conversations, you will need to disable the feature across your entire account.
On Google Home speakers, the LEDs remain illuminated to tell you the speaker is still listening (it shuts off after a few seconds). It wowed the world past year when it was revealed at Google IO, but it's seen a slow rollout since. Flip the switch for Continued Conversations and you should be good to go. You can also remove photos from the device easily with your voice. You'll play five rounds of trivia culminating in the final round of challenging "Guesstimation Station" brain teasers where you'll answer questions like, "How many dimples does a golf ball have?" Let us know in the comments.
"We look forward to bringing this service to more people across the USA to make planning a night out just a bit easier", Huffman said.More news: Teen who got vaccinated despite parents' wishes speaks before Congress