A new smart home has been installed in a former gas station in Houston, Texas, and is set to bring together Google and its Google Home line of smart home devices.
The installation was unveiled Thursday by Google, which has already announced a $5 billion partnership with Philips to build its first smart home, the Philips Hue smart home hub.
The new Google Home also features an app store that can be used to download software to control lights, temperature, air conditioning and other smart home features.
Google Home will be able to control all of the Google services, including Google Search, Google Maps, Google Play, Gmail, YouTube, Gmail Sync, and the Google Play Music music service.
Google’s Google Home will also have Google Play Movies and TV, and a Google Search widget that shows a search result, with the ability to search through Google search results and add content to your own YouTube channel.
Google has been building its smart home platform, which is now a major part of its core products, since early this year.
The platform will soon have more than 10,000 smart devices, including devices from companies like Samsung, Amazon, Microsoft, Philips, and more.
Google will also be integrating its smart homes with other Google services in the future, including the Google Assistant and Google Home, according to a company blog post.