Amazon developing a home robot? New Gmail UI rolls out
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According to Bloomberg, Amazon is well on it's way in developing a personal robot for the home.
It's been a secret of plan 'til now, but the project codename Vesta could potentially reach customers by 2019, Though it's not entirely clear what the robots can do or what they're designed for, but it's certainly easy to imagine it working in sort of a mobile Alexa.
Gmail got a substantial upgrade and will continue to receive new features over the next few months.
Some of them include a snooze feature that lets you put off replying till the time is right Hovering over options, priority notifiers and a new right side panel.
That's just the tip of the iceberg though, for more, head over to c/net.
And finally, the free mobile version of Spotify, is about to get a lot better.
The company has announced on demand listening is now unlocked as long as your songs are on one of your 15 personalized discovery playlist.
It boils down to roughly 750 songs, so while it's not complete total track selection freedom, it's certainly better than essentially letting Spotify hit the shuffle button.
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