Global spending on automated home devices is expected to reach US$75 billion by 2025, up from US$23 billion in 2018, with much of that growth driven by two types of devices - smart thermostats and smart speakers.
Google appears to have increased the scope of the data it collects by folding the hardware team of Nest, a maker of smart thermostats and smoke alarms that its parent Alphabet bought in 2014 for US$3.2 billion, into the Google Hardware team.
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