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 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's visual recognition service is coming not in drips, but in occasional bursts. OnePlus phones have quickly been taken with Google Lens.
The speakers sound like a Boombox, the screen is actually a Super Bright Display and the AI CAM is more intelligent than ever before. LG officially makes the hard sell to consumers on the LG G7 ThinQ.
Previously available only on Android devices, the AI-powered Google Lens object recognition tool is now rolling out to both iPhone and iPad users as a neat Google Photos extension.
Available for Pixel and Pixel 2 users since November, the Google Lens "preview" experience is finally expanding to other Android phones, also "coming soon" on iOS.
Google itself is probably not planning to unveil a lot of exciting stuff at MWC 2018, but multiple "partners" have Android One and Oreo (Go edition) phones in the pipeline.
Seeing barcodes, business cards, baroque art and B-rate movies? This will be pretty useful if you have any sort of Pixel phone.
Google Lens is supposed to bring all the addresses and phone numbers we capture with our cameras and make them actually useful on our phones.
It's our pleasure to introduce a new team member here at Pocketnow. Joel joins us to chat about the HTC U11, and will Nintendo bring Zelda to our phones?
If you share an album of an event with your friends on Google Photos, they'll automatically get pushed photos to share by Google's AI.
Google Lens will help Google Assistant users learn more about what they see around them while Actions on Google extend from Google Home to phones.
Google Lens can "understand what you see", turning your smartphone camera and digital assistant into something truly revolutionary.