The search giant says it's working to make its digital assistant more capable of two-way conversation.
At Google I/O 2016, CEO Sundar Pichai announces a spruced-up version of Now, called Google Assistant, which lets users have a two-way conversation with their smartphone, tablet and watch.
ADT announces a partnership with Ring Video Doorbells, continuing its foray into the smart home market.
IEC formally adopts USB Type-C as the international standard for delivering data and power.
Apple bolstered its smart home plans by adding cameras to the mix. Here's what we know about how they'll work with HomeKit.
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Giving Google's new digital assistant a human touch will be among its top challenges.
Google wants to knock Amazon's Echo off its perch at the center of the smart home, and it will use a device called Home to do it.
Sundar Pichai, who takes the I/O stage for the first time since becoming CEO in October, says he's on a "journey" from mobile to AI. Good thing he has an assistant.
The company has launched a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo for a camera that lets you watch, speak and listen to your dog when you're away from home.