Marshmallow Robots smothering you while you sleep. Robots opening doors. Robots playing football. Robots being pushed over. It's Robots all the way down...also WiFi is back baby, thanks to onHub! Ara you excited yet? Assemble your phone and join us!
A is for Android. G is for Google. W is for WTF. This week our hosts try to dissect the news that Google is rebranding parts of itself under the 'Alphabet' umbrella. What does it all mean? Will there still be free burritos? All this and our hosts still manage to pack in a few listener questions. It's like a gift to you, on your birthday. Happy bir…
This week the team ponders the big questions of our time. What's the future of Google+, one of the most ambitious projects Google has ever undertaken? Is there really free beer being given away in Australia? Is VR the next big thing for Google? Why aren't more people upset that Virtual Reality is an oxymoron?
This week the Material Manufacturing Analysts examine the top makers of Android phones and what makes them tick. How do the flagship phones stack up? What is the philosophy behind each device? Why do updates take so long? Rooting? All this and more!
This week our hosts interview two amazing guests from the Google Nearby team to get the low down on this new and exciting technology. Tune in for some fun inside stories and stay for the free app ideas like the Andy Destressinator 2000. You're welcome.
Machine Learning, Deep Neural Networks and Full Knowledge Graphs are fun, but what have they done for us lately? This week the Material Full Stack Ninja's explore the world of Google Now and context aware devices.
This week our hosts explore the world of wearables, specifically Android Wear watches. They manage to do so without using a single watch pun, which, you have to hand it to them is quite impressive!
This week Andy, Russell and Yasmine explore what enticed them switch to Android, what keeps them there and the role koalas with spy skills play in global espionage.
In this bonus episode you can find out more about our hosts, their phone histories and how Google will finally come for us all.