It's time for Google to pay Canada's "link tax," even if it sets an unfortunate precedent for the rest of us. Android 14 can detect when you're taking a screenshot, and the bumps on the Pixel 8 Pro are nothing to worry about. Nothing to see here!
Carl Pei played Android users for fools, and Apple stepped in like a hero after it confirmed it would adopt RCS. Evidence shows that Google and Apple once wanted to become "deep deep" partners.
Flo goes on a covert operation to the Google Visitor Experience. Then, the company gets scorned in court not once but twice this week.
We're feeling goofy this week discussing reports of an Android-friendly Apple Watch that was almost made and Google's desperation over making iMessage open source. The Pixel 8 won't let you make a fake I.D., and why is Boston getting a Google store?
Google's back in court, which means there's so much that was revealed. Sundar Pichai testified on Monday for three hours, followed by Prab, Google's senior vice president.
We cover Alphabet's quarterly earnings and why they hurt the stock, why the New York Times says that Google is worried about Apple, and some new features in Google Maps.
Andy shines in a solo episode this week, discussing the Android team's recent Reddit AMA and why Google was able to bring back Home Groups the way they used to be.
Andy has battery woes, and Flo reviewed the Pixel 8 Pro. Is Google's promise of seven years of software updates too good to be true?
Google had an event for the new Pixel 8, and Flo was there! She joins us for a segment. And then, Andy solo summarizes this week's episode of MTV's The Real World: US DOJ vs. Google. (They finally kicked off Puck.)
Apple spills the beans under oath about why Google is its default search engine. Google dumps another body in the graveyard. Bard AI is caught leaking queries into the ether. And Android 14 will let you use your phone camera as a webcam.