Google held its annual I/O conference this week, unveiling several products and services ranging from virtual reality to virtual assistants, and new software builds to video-calling and messaging apps.
V3 has rounded up the key announcements to help you keep track of everything showcased at the event.
10. Google Home
As expected, one of the most notable announcements from I/O was Google Home, a rival to Amazon's Echo service that allows owners to control elements of their home via a voice-activated device.
The device in question (pictured above) doesn't look like much, but Google claims that it can do a lot.
"Google Home is a voice-activated home product that allows you and your family to get answers from Google, stream music and manage everyday tasks," says the Home website.
The launch underlines the battle between tech giants to invade the world's living rooms and become the central unit around which your tech life is based, particularly as Internet of Things devices are expected to grow in prevalence.
Now that Google has made its move, all eyes are on Microsoft and Apple to see whether they will do the same.
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