Google is building a virtual assistant that can answer customer questions and perform various tasks, including answering customer calls, according to a new report.
The company is also reportedly testing the virtual assistant in a new version of Android, a software version that includes features like voice-activated assistant Google Assistant.
The new Google Assistant is being built to work with Google’s search and speech-to-text services, Google’s Chrome browser, Google Assistant, and a wide variety of other services.
It will be the company’s first-ever fully-fledged virtual assistant, according Google.
The report says that the virtual assistants are being built in a Google facility in the US, which is not the same as the virtual environments that Google’s Assistant has been in.
The virtual assistants were built for Google’s speech-based assistant, but it has since been extended to support speech-related services.
The report says Google has been working with Amazon to develop a new virtual assistant for Amazon’s Alexa device.
Amazon’s Alexa has been a huge success in helping users answer questions from Alexa, which can then be answered using voice commands.
It also has been widely used by companies including Google and Microsoft to control home automation devices.
The company is now reportedly testing a version of Google Assistant for its Chromebox, a tablet that can be controlled by voice commands from a smartphone or tablet.
This new version will reportedly run on Google’s own servers.
The announcement of the virtual Assistant comes after Google added a new feature called Google Assistant in Google Chrome last year, a feature that allows users to answer questions about the internet.
The new virtual Assistant will be part of a series of software upgrades that Google is making to make its digital assistant more compatible with Google Assistant and other services and products.