Google revealed its new line of Android Wear 2.0 at its I/O 2016 developer conference. The company called it “the most significant update to Android Wear” since the platform’s first launch two years ago.
You’ve probably seen the ad. It features people coming home, greeting one another and using the Google Home to turn on the lights or music. Google ran the ad last night during the Super Bowl and according to Twitter, it set off many users Google Home devices.
Todd Mozer is Chairman and CEO of Sensory Inc.
Google Assistant launched another ten actions yesterday.
If 2016 represented a breakthrough for the voice-first industry, then 2017 will represent growth.
CNET – Yesterday, Google launched its support of Honeywell thermostats and Belkin WeMo smart plugs for Google Home.