Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG) has spent many years trying to find its way into screens at homes. At the I/O Developer conference the giant search engine looks to have made a breakthrough as the company introduced three smartwatches, a software to make cars smart and most importantly an Android TV.

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If Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG) gets it right in terms of marketing with its latest updates, then it is all but set to enjoy a good stream of revenue. Will Dunn an associate editor at Stuff TV said during an interview on CNBC:

“In a way it’s not all up to Google to get it right, it is up to what Google does, which is a great business model to develop a platform and leave it to other people to get it right.”

Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG) according to Mr. Dun  has got itself in one of the best positions in terms of the wearable’s, seen by many tech companies as the next game changing thing compared to iPhones in terms of what consumers can buy. Google business, according to Mr. Dunn, is to create a platform and leave it for other companies like Samsung Electronics and Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) to create the final product.

Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG) has essentially created Android Wear that has consequently given birth to products from Samsung in the name of Samsung Gear Live and from’ LG, LG G Watch. Moto 360 is also considered to be on its way.

The unveiling of Android Wear looks set to have a big impact on Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG)  in terms of revenue and popularity among consumers.

Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG) is focusing on the development of Android wear; considered as one of the areas that the company can compete at a minimum competition level. This is a good strategy for the company considering it could be quite hard, to enter the hardware space dominated by Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL).

Android Director for Engineering, David Singleton, was also generous to highlight some of the features that make Android Wear a game-changer in an interview on CNBC with Josh Lipton. Singleton was quick to highlight the convenience that the Android wear is able to present, saying:

“Anything that would have caused my phone to buzz, appears as a notification here on my watch so I am never going to miss an important message.”

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