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Google Assistant adds native support for A/C units, air purifiers, coffee makers, fans, kettles, ovens, and sprinklers

The Google Assistant (and thus Home) can control several kinds of devices natively: lights, switches, and thermostats were some of the first ones supported, but we later saw fridges, washers, dryers, and more. Now, seven new device types are being added to the native controls in Assistant, thus expanding its potential more and more.

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iKettle, A Wi-Fi Kettle That Lets You Boil Water From Your Phone And Pings You When It's Ready, Is Available For Pre-Order

You know you probably have it well when your biggest inconvenience is having to wait for the kettle to boil each morning. But hey, pain is relative, and I'm not going to pretend like it's not annoying. But thanks to that Android phone on your bedside table, you won't be stuck with this burden for long. No, there isn't an app that will solve this problem for you, there's a kettle - a Wi-Fi kettle that you can control from your Android device.

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Now I know that's an iPhone, but the company has already expressed that the kettle is compatible with Android.

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