The next generation of smart home technology will be a big part of your home’s future, according to a recent report from Google.
Google Assistant, the company’s voice-activated digital assistant, has long been a favorite of home automation enthusiasts.
But it also offers many other potential uses, like getting smarter about what you need and what you don’t, as well as offering new ways to connect to other smart devices.
Google also said that Assistant will be part of Google Home, the home automation platform that was released last year.
“A lot of people who have tried out Google Assistant have loved it, but a lot of them haven’t really understood it, or they haven’t done a lot to understand what it does and how it works,” said Adam Baker, senior product manager at Google Home.
Google Home is Google’s effort to bring smart home controls to a broader audience.
Google Home has many other features that Google Assistant has yet to show off, including the ability to set up cameras and other devices as a remote control.
Google is hoping that with this feature, more users will have access to Google Assistant.
But Google Home also has a long way to go before it can fully replace voice-controlled devices like smart locks, smart thermostats, and smart lighting.
The company hasn’t even released its first version of its assistant to the public yet.
The Google Home developer kit includes a lot more than a voice-driven assistant.
Google said it is currently working on a “new voice control API” that will allow developers to build smarter devices, like remote control devices.
This API will allow devices to be connected to a smart home system via Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, or the internet, Google said.
Google is also working on its own home automation SDK, which it said is aimed at developing new smart home products that can take full advantage of Google Assistant’s capabilities.
The SDK will also provide a “framework” that developers can use to build apps that interact with Google Assistant in the same way that a physical control system like locks, thermostat, and light switches interact with physical switches and buttons.
Google also said it will be adding more voice control features to its Home platform, including new “virtual assistant” features, which will allow apps to control and operate specific parts of the Home system.