Google working on tracker to rival Apple’s AirTag

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Google is reportedly working on a ‘Grogu’ tracker, a Bluetooth device to compete with Apple’s AirTag, according to 9to5Google. A Bluetooth tag allows users to keep track of their devices.

The tracker is being developed under the codenames ‘Grogu,’ ‘GR10,’ and ‘Groguaudio. According to the report, the tag will be available in a variety of colours. The Nest team will be in charge of its development. According to the report, the tag’s codename ‘Groguaudio’ also implies that it may include a speaker. The tracker could be part of Google’s effort to compete with Apple and strengthen UWB (ultra-wideband connectivity) use on its Pixel phones, according to the report.

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Google working on tracker to rival Apple’s AirTag

Google is reportedly working on a ‘Grogu’ tracker, a Bluetooth device to compete with Apple’s AirTag, according to 9to5Google. A Bluetooth tag allows users to keep track of their devices.

The tracker is being developed under the codenames ‘Grogu,’ ‘GR10,’ and ‘Groguaudio. According to the report, the tag will be available in a variety of colours. The Nest team will be in charge of its development. According to the report, the tag’s codename ‘Groguaudio’ also implies that it may include a speaker. The tracker could be part of Google’s effort to compete with Apple and strengthen UWB (ultra-wideband connectivity) use on its Pixel phones, according to the report.

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