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Last Build Date: Wed, 14 Mar 2018 10:22:26 -0000


Re: Introducing Progress NativeChat

Wed, 14 Mar 2018 10:22:26 -0000

Also, is there any special integration with OpenEdge? Anything more native then REST interface most of the 304 other vendors would offer?

Re: Introducing Progress NativeChat

Wed, 14 Mar 2018 10:20:51 -0000

So what is the process of creating an Intent with NativeChat? From the extremely little you have put out publicly, it looks awefully like how DialogFlow does it. Does it learn from the questions asked? Does it have a training feature that lets you teach the chatbot from the questions the users ask?

Re: Introducing Progress NativeChat

Wed, 14 Mar 2018 08:17:38 -0000

Right. Thanks for the reply. Do you have any comments on the pros of Nativechat over Dialigflow that would seem, if I understand correctly, does a similar thing, no?

Re: Introducing Progress NativeChat

Tue, 13 Mar 2018 08:56:25 -0000

Silly question: Why would someone choose NativeChat over say Dialogflow when DialogFlow has the backing of Google and integrates into so many of the Bot Platforms, with especially strong connection to Actions On Google?

Re: Duo calls can now be made with some users that don't have it installed, Allo chats also improved

Fri, 12 Jan 2018 11:40:48 -0000

Look, I don't know it's a big issue but a) there are ways of getting numbers without being given them. Guessing it's one way but they're are others
B) when you make a phone call, I hear a thing, maybe see a number and have to answer the call to get any content from you. The knock knock feature of Duo could we content to be sent without any approval from the receiver (unless, as I mentioned, there is other security like only allowing knock knock if the callers number is in your contract list).

Re: Duo calls can now be made with some users that don't have it installed, Allo chats also improved

Thu, 11 Jan 2018 22:44:22 -0000

In fact, if I remember rightly, if you both have Duo it gives you the option to move a phone call to Duo in the middle of the call!

Re: Duo calls can now be made with some users that don't have it installed, Allo chats also improved

Thu, 11 Jan 2018 22:43:21 -0000

I mean, obviously it has pictures. Pictures can be crued. I didn't see if there was any limit on it (although they say there probably is). Wonder if you have to have your number in the receivers contacts to be able to do this? Otherwise anyone with my number could make an obscene (i.e. think dick pic but with video) "knock Knock" attempt at me, right?
Or am I missing something.

Would surely have been considered by Google

Re: Google is permanently nerfing all Home Minis because mine spied on everything I said 24/7 [Update x2]

Tue, 10 Oct 2017 20:08:17 -0000

Great article and well documented what happened. Have to say though that the headline is a bit sensationalised. Technically speaking, Homes do listen to everything you say (as do Echos, as do iPhones that have the "Hey Siri" hotword) but this buggy one wasn't doing anything different on the listening to everything front. It did have a false press bug that meant more often then it should of, it was sending your voice to be handled as an action.

To me, and admittedly a Google fanboy, this shows:
1) They took the issue extremely seriously and did something about it
2) Because of Google's openness in the voice area, you were able to see exactly what they heard and judge if this was a pattern that had more implications than it did and also allowed you to NUKE any conversations it wrongly heard and you wanted off your permanent record.


Re: Google Home is now your perfect kitchen assistant with new recipe feature.

Thu, 27 Apr 2017 04:56:03 -0000

Really Hopeful we (Australia) get Home released here at this years I/O! Would be a great announcement.

Re: 5 Best Mobile Application Development Platforms

Fri, 07 Apr 2017 03:24:27 -0000

Did you not check out Telerik Native Script or was it not in the top 5?

Re: Google Assistant – have you received it on your phone?

Thu, 06 Apr 2017 18:42:21 -0000

Glad you asked as I wasn't 100% sure myself. I figured just holding the home button might show it.

Re: Hands on with LG Watch Style and Sport, and Huawei’s Watch 2

Mon, 27 Feb 2017 17:59:58 -0000

I hear a lot of podcasters at the end of their shows say "Please support our sponsors the way they support us". Well, I feel the same with Smart Watches! I'll be supporting LG and Huawei the way they supported us! I will be buying a Huawei Watch 2 the day I can lay my money on it!

Re: The results are in: Meet the 2017 Ausdroid Watch, as designed by you

Fri, 17 Feb 2017 17:49:59 -0000

Oh, and you forgot the most important feature! Australian availablity!!!!!! ;-)

Re: The results are in: Meet the 2017 Ausdroid Watch, as designed by you

Fri, 17 Feb 2017 17:48:14 -0000

So who is Ausdroid tapping to build it and when will it be available? ;-)

Re: Huawei confirms new Android Wear 2.0 watch is coming at MWC

Mon, 13 Feb 2017 20:08:59 -0000

Is it likely to have NFC?

Re: Why it’s hard to bring new Android Wear to Australia, and what we really want here

Thu, 09 Feb 2017 07:59:16 -0000

Can I suggest that step one is going onto the LG Australia Live chat and voicing our concern and wish for them to bring it here ( We probably need a HashTag and regular tweets aimed at LG Australia!

Silly question (as I am not good on mobile band/radio stuff): Didn't I read somewhere that the band Vodafone use is supported? Would lobbying them to partner with LG to bring the Watch to Australia be a good move? Be a point of difference!

Keep up the good work Ausdroid. You should spear head this campaign!

Re: Vaya updates Unlimited XL plan; adds more data (but still isn’t exactly ‘unlimited’)

Wed, 08 Feb 2017 23:40:53 -0000

Do people still call and/or text from phones anymore?

Re: Android Wear 2.0 officially announced by Google – here’s what’s new

Wed, 08 Feb 2017 15:52:57 -0000

Time to move to Russia!

Re: LG Watch Sport and LG Watch Style, first Android Wear 2.0 devices, to be released on Feb. 10

Wed, 08 Feb 2017 14:45:28 -0000

Russia are getting them but Australia isn't? What'd?

Re: ZTE is rumoured to be working on an Android Wear watch, and we have images

Tue, 07 Feb 2017 18:32:05 -0000

Remember the 5 mins last year when Android Wear was dead? ;-)

Re: Google’s First Android Wear 2.0 Watch, The LG Watch Sport To Cost US$349

Wed, 01 Feb 2017 18:30:22 -0000

I want it but I am so nervous at the idea of importing! Will be extremely sad if it isn't released here!

Re: Source: The first new smartwatch with Android Pay, the LG Watch Sport, will cost $349

Wed, 01 Feb 2017 17:42:47 -0000

Any word on world wide release schedule? Namely will I be able to buy an Australian one? #HurryUpAndTakeMyMoney

Re: Confirmed: LG has “no plans” to bring LG Watch Style or LG Watch Sport to Australia when launched Feb 9

Tue, 31 Jan 2017 00:56:46 -0000

Sorry mate, probably a bit harsh of a comment. ;-)
I personally think I'm after the Sport (if it's the full featured one) any way! So as long as that comes here, I'm okay! ;-)

Re: Confirmed: LG has “no plans” to bring LG Watch Style or LG Watch Sport to Australia when launched Feb 9

Tue, 31 Jan 2017 00:37:27 -0000

Does this mean the sport is coming? Or means very little apart from a site tweeted something?

Re: Opinion: Telstra shows why net-neutrality is important, by zero-rating music streaming from only one provider

Mon, 23 Jan 2017 19:48:23 -0000

I don't care what words mean and what people referring to them mean. I have no issue with a telco offering any or all of the services you get from the company at no data or financial cost to your plan. I agree with those that say as long as they provide proper coverage for all services and don't shape those services.

I see it the same as if Telstra offer 100gb, 1000gb or unlimited for a price. It all goes to what plan you choose.