Google is everywhere. They even made the front page of USA Today Wednesday. The company announced a bunch of new devices.
We're breaking it all down for you.
The Google Assistant is a virtual helper that gets to know you the more you talk to it. Ask it to search the web, get driving directions or buy movie tickets.
Google's flagship devices run the latest version of Android and have a 12-megapixel camera. The company also took the wraps off daydream, a virtual reality headset compatible with the pixel and other forthcoming Android phones.
Then there's the $129 Google Home. It's a voice-activated wireless speaker like the Amazon Echo, but it uses the Google Assistant to respond to your requests. So, now Google Home allows you to ask a question without picking up your phone.