Project Brillo is Google's platform for the 'internet of things'

Google wants to be everywhere in your home, not just hiding inside your thermostats and smoke alarms. That’s why, as rumored, it’s just announced [NAME], a super-slim operating system that’s designed specifically for devices collectively known as the internet-of-things. If you’re feeling a sense of deja vu, don’t — the company has already dipped a toe or two into this market before, with 2011’s quietly-abandoned Android@Home project.


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