Google adds friends and family reminders, Sega Genesis Mini is coming
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Google says it's unveiling a new feature for its assistance software that lets people send reminders to friends and family on their phones or Google Home device.
That person will be notified via device that uses assistant can even be programmed to alert others when they arrive at school Certain places like see a grocery store.
The update for this functionality is rolling up now.
According to UPS, the company has been testing cargo hauls between Phoenix and Tucson Arizona for three months using automated trucks and their design is level four autonomous.
The driver has been on-board for the 100 mile trek but only as a fall back.
Ups has been conducting the test with Two Simple that's a startup the shipper has a minority stake in.
And finally we're getting a first look at the Sega Genesis mini celebration of the 30 year old console that competed with Nintendo in the 80s and 90s.
Of course Genesis mini takes a page from the NES and SNES classics book will go on sale for $80 when it's released.
On September 19.
42 games will be packed inside, including titles like Sonic the Hedgehog of course and Ecco the Dolphin.
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