Apple HomePod, Amazon Echo Dot, Google Home Attempt Infinite Loop [Video]

Apple HomePod, Amazon Echo Dot, Google Home Attempt Infinite Loop [Video]

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Check out this video attempt at putting the Apple HomePod, Amazon Echo Dot, and Google Home in an infinite loop.

CNET programmed each device to activate the next device. The chain was broken twice by Siri, three times by Alexa, and once by Google Assistant before the site called it quits. It's unclear why the smaller Echo Dot was used to rival the HomePod and Home.

The loop works like this:
1. Use your voice to get Siri to read a reminder.
2. Siri triggers the Google Assistant to read a calendar entry.
3. Google Assistant triggers Alexa to read a to-do list.
4. Alexa triggers Siri to read a reminder and the loop starts again (back to step 2).

Take a look at the video below!

Great! - February 19, 2018 at 12:41am
One of the assistants should have cussed the user and stopped. That would have been funny.
zimou - February 18, 2018 at 9:33am
Do not try watching this near your smart speaker Also probably should of used the full size Alexa to be more fair VidMate
Jake Jones - February 18, 2018 at 1:37pm
Thats cuz they were out of $$$ after purchasing home pod. Budget didn't support a full-size.
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Big Dave - February 17, 2018 at 5:59pm
Too bad the reviews aren’t great for Siri’s technology. She sounds soooo much better than the muffled, slightly robotic Google and the very robotic Alexa.
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