We certainly have had some interesting announcements for Google today, the latest one is called Android @ Home, and Google has unveiled the Android @ Home framework.
The Android @ Home framework is designed to transform an Android device into a home automation controller, that can be used to control a range of devices around the home, from games consoles, to appliances and lights.
As part of the Android @ Home system, Google has announced project tungsten, which is a hub than runs Android and the Android @ Home framework, and some of the features of the tungsten hub include the ability to stream music directly from Music Beta by Google.
Android @ Home is completely open, and developers are able to develop for the framework without any fees, so we can expecting to see some interesting things from Android @ Home in the future.
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