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About triple

triple develops a real-time travel guide application. The application recommends activities, hotels, and more based on a user's location and movement. It was founded in 2016 and is based in Seongnam, South Korea. In June 2022, triple was merged with Interpark.

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16, Pangyoyeok-ro 14beon-gil, Bundang-gu Min Plaza 3F

Seongnam, 13536,

South Korea

+82 031-705-8777

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Latest triple News

Planning a Trip With the Help of Google Home

May 31, 2017

Planning a Trip With the Help of Google Home By JUSTIN SABLICH Photo The Google Home personal assistant. The Google Home personal assistant , a voice-activated speaker powered by Google Assistant, arrived in stores in November with some neat tricks for travelers : the ability to suggest nearby restaurants, translate foreign words, convert currency, track flight status and answer fact-based queries such as, “How much does Global Entry cost?” Roughly six months later, it’s doing things it couldn’t before, like tracking flight prices, giving directions and providing same-day updates on traffic to airports. Anyone vaguely familiar with other personal virtual assistants, like Alexa from Amazon or Siri from Apple, knows that this technology is a work in progress. But I was impressed with how far Google Assistant and Google Home have come in a short period, and it’s not difficult to see them becoming a larger part of travelers’ lives in the near future. The Basics The Google Assistant lives not only within the Google Home speaker, but also on Android phones and smartwatches. It is capable of a wide range of tasks beyond answering users’ questions. You can use your voice to control your home’s thermostat, play shows and movies on your television or play music throughout your house. Advertisement Continue reading the main story The first and most important thing to know about Google Home is that while it speaks several human languages, it also has a language of its own. Google recommends starting each interaction with “O.K., Google” (“Hey, Google” works as well), which will prompt the speaker into receiving a query properly. It will light up and flash its signals when it’s ready. Patience is also crucial. If at first you don’t succeed, it may not be because of what you’re asking, but because of how you’re asking it. For example: Human: “O.K., Google, when does flight 3459 from Delta Air Lines arrive at La Guardia Airport?” Google Home: “Sorry, I’m not sure how to help. But my team’s helping me learn.” Advertisement Human: “O.K., Google, when does Delta Air Lines flight 3459 arrive at La Guardia Airport?” Google Home: “Delta 3459 from Pittsburgh to New York City is delayed and arrives in 32 minutes.” Advertisement Continue reading the main story Preparing a Trip I found this stage of my mock journey the most helpful and practical. Whether you need help deciding where to go or when to go there, Google Home has ideas. Newsletter Sign Up Please verify you're not a robot by clicking the box. Invalid email address. Please re-enter. You must select a newsletter to subscribe to. Sign Up Receive occasional updates and special offers for The New York Times's products and services. Thank you for subscribing. An error has occurred. Please try again later. You are already subscribed to this email. Opt out or contact us anytime One of the neater tricks is asking it about what time of year is best to visit a city. Human: “O.K., Google, when is the best time to visit London?” Advertisement Continue reading the main story Google Home: “According to Visit London, autumn is a lovely time to visit London, as the weather is mild (11 to 15 degrees Celsius)” — 52 to 59 Fahrenheit — “and you can enjoy a variety of annual events, from Total Thames Festival to Halloween celebrations. To read more, look for the link in your Google Home App.” On my iPhone’s Google Home app, there was a link to a page with more details. What I found to be the most useful feature was the finding and tracking of flights, which harnesses the power of Google Flights . This aspect gives Google Assistant an edge over its competition (Alexa has some flight-tracking and -pricing features powered by Kayak , but not as many). Just ask it how much flights are to the city of your choice and give it your dates, and you’ll get the current price and be asked if you want email updates when the price changes. Advertisement Continue reading the main story An Evolving Sense of Traffic While you’re finishing packing, looking for your passport and checking (twice) to make sure the burners are off, you can get a quick update on how long it might take to get to the airport. Advertisement Continue reading the main story This sense of traffic is not something Google Home had when it first came out, an example of its evolving capabilities. Before long you will also be able to book a car to the airport via voice, as the company says hands-free calls will be an option in the coming months. But when asking the assistant for directions, you do not yet get the detail you would if you were searching on Google Maps. When I asked Google Home how to get to La Guardia, it gave me only a general idea: “via 77th Street and Grand Central Parkway.” Similarly, if you’re trying to get from Point A to Point B once you’re in your destination city, Google Assistant gives you basic information, but it defaults to car directions, so you must specify how you want to get there. Advertisement Continue reading the main story The Bottom Line This technology is still in its early stages, so unless you’re already using Google Home as part of your daily routine, chatting with it is more of a fun thing for travelers to experiment with than a replacement for what you would normally use to help plan a trip. But the foundation is strong and its potential is exciting, and, as Google Home will sometimes tell you when it’s stumped, it’s “learning more every day.” A version of this article appears in print on June 4, 2017, on Page TR2 of the New York edition with the headline: O.K., Google Home, Can You Help Me Plan a Vacation?. Order Reprints | Today's Paper | Subscribe

triple Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was triple founded?

    triple was founded in 2016.

  • Where is triple's headquarters?

    triple's headquarters is located at 16, Pangyoyeok-ro 14beon-gil, Bundang-gu, Seongnam.

  • What is triple's latest funding round?

    triple's latest funding round is Merger.

  • How much did triple raise?

    triple raised a total of $55.6M.

  • Who are the investors of triple?

    Investors of triple include Interpark, Korea Investment Partners, KB Investment, Smilegate Investment, DSC Investment and 16 more.

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