Google has launched a new feature that aims to provide more accurate email services. Who hasn’t at least once emailed the wrong person and left wondering why the intended receiver never responded? ‘Got The Wrong Bob’ is a new feature for Gmail, Google’s e-mail service. The brainchild of engineer Yossi Matias of Google Labs, the plug-in works by analysing the groups of people you usually send e-mails to. It can then spot when you include an unexpected address among the of intended recipients. Mistakes are often made because most web-based e-mail programmes have an ‘auto complete’ function that fills in someone’s name after a few letters, meaning a few seconds’ distraction can spell disaster.