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See Google Assistant on Android TV in actionStreaming boxes and televisions running Android TV will soon have the ability to turn on lights, operate other smart home gadgets and better respond to voice commands.
[MUSIC] Play Jimmy Kimmel on YouTube. New album is called Everybody, here with the song Black Spiderman. Search for Winona Ryder on Jimmy Kimmel. Play the first one. And here they're talking about Stranger Things, new show on Netflix. I might not actually know what this is about, so Tell me about stranger things. [INAUDIBLE] That maybe be a little bit too much. How many episodes does it have? [INAUDIBLE] As you can see me drilling into that conversation more and more to find out more what I want, but what you could do now for example could be. Open the nest house. you should see a video from the front door. But it's night and very black outside. Turn the lights purple. Okay, changing three lights to purple. And this is what we launched with Android O, early development build so this is not the final version yet. We really think of this kind of the next generation of a program guide like EPG guide. From cable boxes we allow apps to create channels, and each channel is comprised of multiple programs. We saw a lot more engagement with Once there was- Once we introduce video, users really like this. Because they can immediately figure out what is this. If you see the background, you see the thumbnail on the right called The Good Place. It's yellow and blue. If I select that, you see The background fading into that color scheme. We automatically measure the color palette of the poster, and try to tune the background, into that mood. Here, you see YouTube, and you see two channels, right. So, you see trending, and 360 videos. An app can actually publish multiple channels. If they think that that is interesting to the users. We're doing a lot of work still around animation, we want to make it really smooth, we want to make sure this navigation feels smooth, fast, no matter what hardware you're on.