Google focuses Android Things to smart speakers and smart displays

CNET | 2/12/2019 | Lynn La
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Google's Android Things is an operating system platform for developers to create low-powered Internet of Things (IoT) devices. When the developers preview launched in 2016, Android Things did not initially limit the types of products developers could build and maintain. That's now changing, however, with Google announcing Tuesday that the platform will now shift gears and focus primarily on smart speakers and smart displays.

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Previously, Android Things supported devices that were based on four System on Modules (or SoMs). These boards, which included CPUs, flash storage, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi capabilities, were designed by NXP, MediaTek and Qualcomm, with the latter...
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