Essential goes back to the drawing board, Waze Carpool rolls out nationwide
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Less than encouraging sales is forcing the Essential phone company to rethink its next project.
According to Bloomberg, Essential's next device will reportedly use AI to mimic a user, and automatically respond to messages for them.
Utilizing the small screen.
The new phone would mainly be operated through voice commands.
Essential's founder is the co creator of Google's Android system, Andy Rubin.
Apple may be offering its' own content up for free on its' new streaming TV service, this according to CNBC.
The forthcoming product has been rumored for a while now, but analysts weren't sure how the company would bolster its lineup.
This report makes it sound like legacy Apple content will be included, while offering consumers the option to add on more channels.
And finally, waze's carpooling service is now available nationwide.
Originally only available in certain specific regions, carpool will let riders choose carpool friends and drivers all based on their attributes of the service.
Rides can be scheduled for up to seven days in advance.
New users can get a bonus for trying it out.
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