Google wants to do a little remodeling over at your place. Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt said the company’s Android software, which already powers smartphones, tablets, TVs, and laptops, could give rise to a household where personalized appliances communicate with one another and alter their performance based on the people present in the room, The Huffington Post reports. Text messages could be sent to your television, or emails to your fridge. “What you really want to be able to do is when you walk into your house with an Android device, you have all these things with computers that adjust as necessary,” Schmidt said during a panel hosted Tuesday at the Consumer Electronics Show, the world’s largest consumer tech tradeshow.
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