With the new Nest Hub (2nd Gen) set to launch on March 30, here's what you need to know about how it compares to the 1st-Generation smart display. While physically quite similar looking, the newer model has more tricks up its sleeve.
Google Assistant gives you full voice control over either device. Control from your smartphone, too. Camera's auto-framing keeps you in view as you move around. Listen to music streaming apps, set calendar reminders, and more.
Google Nest Hub Max smart displays are rolling out support for Zoom video conferencing. The service joins two of Google's own video applications, and users can use the Assistant to easily start a call.
If you have a Nest Hub, Nest Hub Max, or another smart-screened Google Assistant device, then you are no doubt aware that you can use these screens to view your photos. We'll show you how to get it all set up.
Google is rolling out a number of new family features for Google Assistant-enabled smart displays and speakers. These features will allow families to stay connected and keep better track of each other.