Google I/O has wrapped up, but all the big news was made on Tuesday’s keynote address. From Google Assistant making calls that sound quite human to Android P’s better battery bonanza, we have it all covered for you.

Plus, ZTE at a standstill and net neutrality is set for death. All on this episode of the Pocketnow Weekly!

Watch the YouTube live broadcast from the special time of 1:00pm Eastern on May 11th or check out the high-quality audio version right here. You can shoot your listener emails to [email protected] for a shot at getting your question read aloud on the air at the end of the month!

Pocketnow Weekly 304

RSS Feed

Apple Podcasts

Google Play Music


Direct Download

Recording Date

May 11, 2018


Juan Carlos Bagnell

Jules Wang



  • ZTE: Just about completely shut down at this point
  • Pixel Watch: Coming this fall with Google hardware?
  • Net neutrality: FCC announces kill date of June 11
  • Digital health: Just having a smartphone around takes away your attention

Google I/O 2018

See you soon!

You May Also Like

We are finally getting always-on displays in OnePlus smartphones

It seems that always-on displays will finally be a feature of OnePlus smartphones, as the company has confirmed this information on Twitter
Redmi Band

Redmi Band launched with Color Display, USB Charging, and more for $14

The band doesn’t feature NFC for contactless payments

Verizon customers are getting more TV and learning options for free

More freebies are coming to Verizon Wireless customers, as well as Fios TV customers that will receive more channels and learning content for free