Apple, Alphabet and Google are set to introduce wireless meat and fish thermometers to Android smartphones, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday.
The sensors are being touted as a cheaper alternative to expensive meat thermography equipment that can cost thousands of dollars.
Apple and Google, the latter of which makes the popular Apple Watch, announced their plans to introduce a wide range of new products with wireless meat technology at their Worldwide Developers Conference earlier this month.
Google and Apple also have a tie-up in a range of technology companies including Nest and Google Home.
The news comes as Google and Apple have launched a wide array of new hardware, including a smart thermos that can measure food temperatures and a new wireless meat temperature sensor.