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Fresh off of a simple but eventful Google I/O, TK Bay joins Joshua Vergara to give some insider thoughts from the show that JV could have easily attended. (More to that story in the first part of the show.) Meanwhile, out in Brooklyn, theunlocker himself David Cogen reacts to the Pixel 3a and why the phone might be more compelling than its original, more powerful counterpart. Color us all a bit surprised that a midrange smartphone impresses us this much.
Google is kicking off its Google I/O 2019 developer conference today. You can watch the keynote live stream here and be up to date with everything.
Google is opening Google I/O 2019 registrations. If you want to apply for a random drawing in order to purchase tickets, check this out.
The dates and location for Google I/O 2019 have been uncovered, though Google has not yet officially confirmed them just yet.
Ever since the Stagefright scandal in 2015, Google began offering up regular security patches and manufacturers tagged along very loosely.
A slate of new Google features are rolling out to consumers for use at their leisure. Except for Color Pop. You'll learn why.
In a normal conversation (about making appointments, that is), a human may not be able to tell between Google Assistant and another human.
Duplex was great and all. Android P made a big step towards wider, faster distribution. But what about privacy? We talk Google I/O on this week's show.
Google has been working to integrate Google Duplex within Google Assistant which allows the service to have a human-like sound while also navigating the ins-and-outs of a conversation in real time.
The mobile payments system got a big update at Google I/O 2018 with two new major mediums it can store on users' devices: tickets and passes.
Some tweaks were made to new power-saving measures implemented in the first preview while entirely new features are getting included now.
The latest beta version of the app has a new way for people who may not be able to efficiently communicate via a QWERTY setup to type.
Google Maps will be more in tune with the user's preferences for food and drink. Google Lens will be in tune with the world through users' phones' cameras.
Google is finally, finally, finally treating your smartphone’s battery life as its top concern in Android P, aiming to offer a “more consistent” battery experience by adapting the operating system to your usage patterns.
A new AI-powered Adaptive Brightness feature (yup, artificial intelligence is now controlling brightness, too) will try to quickly learn your personal preferences and, together with ambient lighting information, leverage that to maximize energy efficiency.
Google wants to predict the next action you want to take as you’re [...]
Sharing photos you take with the people that are in them should be easier. Google Photos will help to do that and much more with its AI.
A lot of new Google Assistant information was shared during the opening Google I/O 2018 keynote, some of which had a certain Grammy winner as a headliner.
Several features will be incorporated into Google's properties to encourage dropping the phone for a while and not missing out on life.
The first official Android P details are coming, along with possible Wear OS, Daydream or Google Home software and hardware upgrades. Here's how to follow all the Google I/O 2018 action live online.
With the past year gone by and a trail of data devastation, we're still stuck with the companies we have to deal with. What's Google doing to make it more bearable?
It has a model number of W315 to follow on from the LG Watch Sport (W280) and the Watch Style (W270) of last year. But will it float the ambitions of Google's Wear OS?
The second developer preview will be released at around the time of Google I/O. Even with five scheduled updates in total, Android P is expected to go public in the third quarter.
On this week's show: the flagship smartphones of 2018 begin to reveal themselves in mysterious ways and the app and ecosystem shutdowns that flew by.
We don't know if Pineapple Cake is the official name of the next Android flavor, but we may find out at Google I/O 2018 between May 8 and 10.