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What to watch for as Google launches its smart home line-up

The company announced the intelligent home line up today, featuring smart devices that can control and automate their own lighting, thermostat, air conditioning and more.

They will debut in the first quarter of 2018 and are aimed at home owners and business owners who want to manage and automate things like air conditioning, heating and more, as well as to the home office worker who wants to keep an eye on all their digital appliances and smart home technology.

Google has been developing smart home devices for several years, including a smart doorbell, smart light bulbs, and a smart thermostatic controller.

Its smart doorbot and smart light bulb products will start rolling out in the second quarter.

Google Home, a speaker that will work with Nest, Philips Hue and other smart home products, is also expected to roll out in Q1 2018.

Google also plans to launch its own smart home accessories in the next few months.

In a statement, Google CEO Sundar Pichai said, “The smart home revolution is here.

As a result, we are introducing a new line of smart devices in the smart home to help consumers save time and money, keep their home organized, and keep their homes beautiful.

We are excited to launch these products to the marketplace in the coming months.”

The smart thermo thermostats and smart lights will be coming to the Google Home line in the third quarter, but the first ones will not launch until the second half of 2018.

Google Home, the new smart thermos, smart lighting and smart door bots, are scheduled to ship to the public in the fourth quarter.

Google announced the smart thermoreat line in March 2016 as part of the launch of the Google home hub, a hub where Google Home can control thermostators and smart lighting.

Google Assistant, a virtual assistant that will interact with smart home gadgets, will be available for purchase for $49.99 in the United States starting in the spring.

Google is also working on its own Smart Home app for Android and iOS devices.

Google also announced the new Google Home hub in January 2016, the first time a hub would launch for Google Home.

Google Assistant for Google Now will also be available in the future, though it is unclear how many will be on sale.

Google’s smart therfotel and smart thermistalk products are expected to be available to consumers in Q4 2018.

The smart air conditioner is expected to launch in the same quarter.