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Google is making a big push into smart home devices, launching the company’s first smart speakers in the US in September.
The smart speaker, dubbed the Smart System, will allow users to control the lights, thermostats, lights, lights and thermostat from their smart phone or tablet.
The company says the speakers are a “smart home solution to help people live more authentically and naturally”.
It’s priced at $299 and includes an infrared sensor and microphone, as well as an 8-inch OLED screen that lets you turn it on and off.
It can also control a smart home thermostatically.
The speakers will be available in the coming months, including in the UK, Australia, France, Germany, Japan and Germany.
Smart speakers are not the only new products Google is rolling out in the next few months.
The startup also announced that it is adding the world’s first artificial intelligence-powered thermostator, which will start shipping in the second half of the year.
This means you can control it remotely or remotely.
The thermostatic speaker will also be available at Google’s developer events in San Francisco in March.
It’s also the first smart speaker that can automatically turn on and turn off, and it can automatically adjust the temperature.
Google’s first-ever AI speaker, which has the ability to predict your mood, was unveiled at Google I/O earlier this year.
Google is also launching its first-generation virtual assistant, Alexa, which can help you find your way around your home, and help you organise your daily routine.
The voice-controlled assistant will also allow you to schedule appointments with your family, and to make quick payments with the Google Wallet app.
The assistant will work with a number of other services, including Spotify, Airbnb, the app for Google’s Drive and Google Now, as it works with the Echo Show and Nest thermostaters.