Gmail redesign, Tesla out of NTSB crash investigation
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There's a Gmail redesign on the horizon.
The company sent emails to G Suite users with information about a new look for the popular email service.
Google confirmed the reports telling CNET quote, they're still in draft phase, unquote.
Screenshots posted by online sites indicate possible shortcuts and a sidebar for customizing access to certain Google services.
A National Transportation Safety Board investigation.
Nation of an autopilot crash in California no longer involves Tesla.
The company released a statement saying it voluntarily left the case to make information regarding the crash public.
However, an official NTSB statement claims it revoked Tesla's participating status after the company Company released information about the accident before the investigations end.
Tesla says it will make an official complaint to congress.
Amazon officially owns smart doorbell maker Ring.
And we may see it incorporated into Amazon Key.
Head of Amazon devices and services, Dave Limp, says the pairing is one quote.
We'll look at closely, unquote.
The combo could be a way to help Key, an in-home delivery option for Amazon packages find some footing after an uncertain launch.
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