The Battle For Smart Home Supremacy Continue With Googles Smart Displays
Amazon made a fine debut in the home assistant market with its Echo devices. Google has been quick to rise to the challenge, offering a few of its own devices. In 2014, Google bought the smart thermostat company Nest which lost its spotlight when Echo, Amazon's virtual home assistant was released. With Google Home, Google claimed the top again.
With Amazon coming up with newer versions of Echo, Google is quick to respond every time. Recently, they announced that about 15 third-party electronics manufacturers will be releasing their devices with built-in Google Assistant. It has also gained momentum in the hardware market with its laptops, tablets, and smartphones along with wearables and home electronic appliances.
Google also has by far the biggest app store -- which is available on its new smart displays but not on Echo -- and the company has also opted for a more open platform. While Echo can be used to place orders on Amazon, Google Home can now make orders with dozens of different stores like Wal-Mart and Target.
The moves from Amazon, Apple, and Alphabet are an attempt to gain technology supremacy. They are all focusing on different consumer aspects.
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