Google has announced that it is releasing a new “totally awesome” robot that it says is “just like” its previous “truly awesome” version.
The “tour de force” of the new robot is a new, 3D-printed body, which is similar to the “toy” that Google introduced in January.
“We can’t wait to share it with you, because you’re going to love it,” said Google executive vice president of product design David Yu in a blog post.
Google also released a new version of the “bionic” version of its robot, called “Google Bionic,” which it says “will be available to developers in the coming months.”
Google’s “tactile” robots have already been released, including “Tango,” a robotic arm that can “speak” and “recognize” people.
Google’s Bionic has also been featured in the trailer for the upcoming Star Trek movie.
Google “tweaked” the robot in a new way to make it easier for people to use, Yu wrote.
The robot is powered by a battery that can recharge itself, which means it can “stay in motion indefinitely,” Yu said.
“This is not a toy.
This is not an app.
This robot can be controlled by voice commands, and you can also make it act as a companion, as it did for the Google Bionic in 2017.”
Google has also introduced the first “titan” version, which can be programmed to follow directions and even move itself, though it can’t actually move.
Google says the new “bionics” are designed to work with people who need them to perform specific tasks, such as driving.
The new “Titan” will be available in early 2018.