July 1st, 2022 · 69 minutes
The new localized Waymo commercials in San Francisco are palatably saccharine, and Flo feels a certain way. This week's podcast will dive into the latest case where law enforcement is forcing Google to hand over incriminating data and what that means for the U.S. now that Roe v. Wade is overturned. We'll also cover why Google created a new subsidiary to serve its public sector contracts.
Then, because Google's hardware is the best distraction, we'll go through some of the latest rumors surrounding the almost-here-why-can't-you-wait-for-it Pixel 6a. And before we go, a walk down memory lane about the time when Google seriously tried to pass off the Nexus Q.
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