Gboard brings personalized mini emojis, Apple pulls latest Watch OS
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Google's Gboard keyboard now let's make emoji minis that look just like you using a mixer photography and machine learning.
Once keyboard generates the emojis, users can tweet them with more fun or details.
The feature is live now and it works on the Android and iOS versions of the keyboard.
Apple has pulled down watch OS version 5.1 in response to a number of reports that the update was breaking Siri's four watches, causing an endless boot loop.
Among the updates contained in 5.1 are improved fall detection features But no world yet on when EKG functionality will hit the watch.
And finally, IRobot and Google have announced a partnership that will integrate robotic vacuums into Google's home platform.
Spatial data that is collected by IRobot vacuums can be used to better help smart devices understand their locations and how they talk to other gadgets.
Google says the data collection will be voluntary and users will have the option to opt out.
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