Google is making a smart-TV that can automatically tell you what TV shows are playing, so you can watch them later on Netflix.

The idea is to keep you entertained, but also to help you keep tabs on what you’re watching.

The smart TV uses a system called “dynamo” that allows for an intelligent “listening” mode that allows the TV to react to the events happening on the screen.

It also can be used as a smart assistant that can make suggestions about the TV shows you want to watch.

It has been in testing for about a year.

“We have some real cool things happening,” the company wrote in a blog post announcing the project.

“It will not be a replacement for TV, it will be a supplement.

We are trying to make it easier to watch the TV that we love.

It will be the way to watch TV.”

Google has long made the smart TV a point of pride and an important part of its products.

The company has made a lot of effort to create the smart-home and smart-media ecosystems that are key to its ambitions.

Google’s first smart TV, the X8, launched in January 2015, and the X5 followed in April.

But the X6 was discontinued last year.

In an attempt to help consumers better navigate the smart TVs they own, Google launched the Google TV Hub in November.

That app lets you manage your home’s smart TVs, and it has also been available for iOS and Android.

Google also launched the Chromecast, a streaming stick that can stream content from services like Netflix, Amazon and HBO Go to your TV.

But the company has been slowly introducing smart TVs into homes for years, and those are the ones that it has tested in its own labs.

And its first TV, in the X4, was not a smart device.

It was a small box, like a box that was plugged into a wall socket, but it was built to be connected to your computer via HDMI.

That’s the standard cable standard that Google sells TV sets with.

So the X1 didn’t have a TV dock, but did have a HDMI-to-USB adapter.

The X4 didn’t support Chromecast.

That meant you couldn’t use your computer to control the TV or watch videos on your computer.

The X1 had an HDMI-CEC adapter, but that wasn’t available.

Instead, Google put in a second HDMI port on the bottom of the box.

The two HDMI ports were connected to one of Google’s new Google Cast AV components, which are the devices that control the X3 and X4s.

Google didn’t say how much the X2 and X3 would cost, but the company says that you will pay $400 for a single box.

You can buy two sets for $700, or you can buy six boxes for $1,400.

You won’t get the second HDMI-cable adapter unless you also purchase the Chromecast AV-A.

Google says that the X9 will cost $1 of more than the X10.

That means it will cost you $1 more than a regular X1.

It should be announced in late March, but Google hasn’t said when.

Google hasn, however, made clear that it’s still working on making the X series a viable smart-tv option.For more: