9 easy fixes for things Google Home can't do - CNET

9 easy fixes for things Google Home can't do

Google Home speaker - $130 I might need one of these.

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The Google Smart Home #infographic #SmartHome #Google #Technology

The Google Smart Home #infographic

The Google Smart Home #infographic #SmartHome #Google #Technology

Meet Google Home, the voice-activated speaker that fits your style. Choose from seven base colors to match the look of any room in your house. Ask Google Home questions and tell it to do things. It’s your own Google, always ready to help. Just start with, "Ok Google.”

Meet Google Home, the voice-activated speaker that fits your style. Choose from seven base colors to match the look of any room in your house. Ask Google Home questions and tell it to do things. It’s your own Google, always ready to help. Just start with, "Ok Google.”

Storage secret: Fold all of your sheets up and place them inside a pillowcase to keep things neat and easy to source when you need to make the bed

The ingenious parenting 'hacks' you need to know

Storage secret: Fold all of your sheets up and place them inside a pillowcase to keep things neat and easy to source when you need to make the bed

If you're renovating your home don't forget the front door! The entrance to your home gives visitors an impression of what they will find when they enter so don't underestimate its importance.

If you're renovating your home don't forget the front door! The entrance to your home gives visitors an impression of what they will find when they enter so don't underestimate its importance.

Simone Isaksen and her boyfriend Per-Aksel live in the village of Storslett in northern Norway. Six years ago, when she bought her house, Simone saw the potential in the late 70s home. The house was a good deal, charming, centrally located and she was especially attracted to the big windows in the living room. This last feature is even more important when you live in an area where autumn is marked by rapidly shortening days, the wettest season of the year, and which includes the first half…

Simone Isaksen and her boyfriend Per-Aksel live in the village of Storslett in northern Norway. Six years ago, when she bought her house, Simone saw the potential in the late 70s home. The house was a good deal, charming, centrally located and she was especially attracted to the big windows in the living room. This last feature is even more important when you live in an area where autumn is marked by rapidly shortening days, the wettest season of the year, and which includes the first half…

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