TechCrunch has learned that Google is testing a personal care bear that can collect and send you personalized care items, including blankets, pillows, and baby bottles.
This is a first for the company and, like other Google initiatives, is likely an experiment.
Google’s initiative will be focused on personalized care products that can be personalized to the user’s needs.
These products are meant to be a part of the personal care environment, such as using the service for weight loss, diabetes management, and treating mental health issues.
The bear is still in its early stages, but Google has confirmed that it will collect data on your personal needs, and it will have an option to store it in Google Cloud Storage.
The bear is expected to be available for a few months.
The bears are expected to cost $1,000.
This figure is slightly higher than the $1 that Google previously charged for the service.
The personal care bears will likely be available in Google’s cloud storage as soon as September.
We have reached out to Google for more information on the bears and are awaiting further information.