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Posted February 11, 2019 11:04:18Google is taking its next big feature announcement to the skies this month.

The search giant’s newest feature will be a portable tracking device that can track your whereabouts at will, using sensors and cameras.

The company says the feature will work with smartphones and tablets.

The tracker will be “a bit like a Bluetooth-enabled microphone, but without the mic”, the company said.

It’s a new way to track your location and it’s being built for both public and private use, Google said in a blog post.

This new feature is only available on the Play Store, where it will be launched in the coming weeks.

Google says the device will be able to track you using three different types of sensors: a compass, gyroscope and accelerometer.

It will be used to find you if you’re driving, walking or cycling, and it will also be used for detecting objects in your surroundings.

Google is using a proprietary software design to build this tracking device and it says it’s still in the early stages.

The tracking device will cost $99, and the company says it will launch in Australia and New Zealand later this year.

It sounds like a pretty ambitious device.

Google’s new feature will allow people to track their whereabouts in an entirely new way, without having to physically leave their homes.

It also sounds like Google will be launching a lot of the functionality with its own app.

The company is also launching a new “smart home” feature for developers in 2018 that allows for an “unprecedented level of control” over devices.

It says the new feature has been “designed from the ground up to make it simple to set up and operate and also allow developers to share their experiences with other developers”.

The device will have a camera, compass, accelerometer and microphone, which will be connected to the Google Cloud Platform.

The Google Home, Google’s smart speaker that came out in 2016, will also get a new feature.

It will be updated to work with Google’s Android and Chrome OS operating systems.

The devices will work in conjunction with Google Maps, which Google says will be the first device to work directly with Google, without needing to be plugged in to your phone.