Google Home Super Bowl Commercial Sets Off People's Google Home Units

Early during tonight's game, Google's ad for the Google Home aired on millions of TVs.

Users took to Twitter to complain, with one person saying the advert had made his Google Home go 'bonkers'. Writing on The Verge, Kwame Opam reports that his Google Home system was awakened by the commercial, before the system eventually said, "Sorry".

Google Home is dormant until someone says "Hey Google" or "Ok Google".

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A lot of people watching the Super Bowl in the USA happened to already have Google Home, and the multiples cries of "OK, Google" from the TV sparked a nationwide spate of meltdowns.

"That @Google home trailer made my google home have a meltdown", one disgruntled user wrote. With the help of the device, they get lights turned on, music turned up, suggestions, and more. The drone was the same type used to test and make deliveries in the United Kingdom commercially a year ago. We've actually seen the ad before: loving families at home meeting, hugging, and being welcomed by the Google Assistant.

The leading technology companies are all competing to assist consumers in their online activities such as shopping, since that gives the companies a better chance of selling advertising or other services.

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