Google targets busy travelers with Trips app, Waze updateKeeping organized while traveling may be easier with the new Google Trips app. The company also updates its driving app Waze to include parking advice. But who needs that when self-driving cars will rule the road in ten years?
Google wants to keep track of all your travel plans with its new app called Google Trips. Keeping organized during a trip can get complicated between booking hotels, cars, flights, trains, dinner reservations, and other events, so Google's new trips app Promises to keep it all together for you. The key is that you'd need to use Google's Gmail for all your travel accounts, because it pulls in your travel reservation receipts from your email, and bundles it into the app, creating an itinerary and offering activity suggestions Is based on what's near by and when you're not busy. And it saves everything to be viewed offline which is handy when you don't want to use your data plan abroad. And google also made changes to it's driving app Waze. Along with driving directions Waze no gives parking advice. The where to park feature pops up when you're approaching your destination. It'll ask Lucy you if you want to be directed to the nearest packing rot and it will also show availability of spots in that rot. And pressing of course that will be available if the parking shares that data but he will need way when you're going to be so fa around town by self driving cars. Not only has Uber began testing a fleet of self driving cars on the road of Pittsburg, the co-founder of Lift Says most of its ride sharing service is gonna be done by self driving cars in less than ten years. But I'm more interested in the five year research project announced out of Amsterdam. Self-driving boat. I'm Bridget Carry and you can keep up with the hottest tech news at cnet.com/update. [MUSIC]