After the first-gen Nest Hub and Nest Hub Max got Google's Fuchsia OS update over the past couple of years, the second-gen Nest Hub is in the pipeline.
An update is coming to Google Assistant, which replaces verbal responses with a "pleasant chime" whenever you control various smart home devices.
Not everyone wants to wear a smartwatch to bed. But if you want to still get an idea of how well (or poorly) you're sleeping, the Nest Hub (2nd Gen) and Halo Rise are here to help.
An update in 2022 brought the ability to view your "Wellness" information on the Nest Hub. But in order to actually use this feature, you'll need to first enable it.
Choosing the better small smart screen is a close call and depends on which home assistant you prefer. Overall, we think that the Nest Hub (2nd Gen) is the better option.
These smart screen devices from Amazon and Google Nest aim are like the middleweight champions of the ring: They're not too big and not too small. But which is just right for you? Let's find out!
Google has the ability to collect user data from a lot of sources, including your Nest Hub smart speaker. If you don't want your sleep info stored in your Google account, you can delete it.
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