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Google announced a new feature coming to Assistant.
Soon you'll be able to tell assistant how to pronounce unique names.
You'll be able to hear the default pronunciation.
Record your own pronunciation or spell out how the name sounds.
Assistant will then take your input and use it when speaking the name.
Google says will not keep a recording of your voice.
Uber announced a partnership with Walgreens to offer COVID-19 vaccine appointments and Ubers official app.
users in the US can now schedule their appointment, receive reminders and hail an Uber ride to get their vaccine.
Uber also says users can donate free rides or give to an in app vaccine access fund, both for underserved communities that need additional help getting vaccinated.
And finally, Apple's new lineup of IMAX, iPads and air tags are available to pre ordered now with availability expected later in May.
Hey at the company's spring loaded event earlier in April, they unveiled new colors and an approved processor to their iMac line.
iPad pros are getting a major screen update with many LEDs and Apple is introducing a brand new product the air tag.
Attached them to frequently misplaced items and track their whereabouts through an app.
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