Google is experimenting with a badge of shame for websites that load slowly in Chrome.
Google confirms its new security system may unlock a person’s device even if their eyes are shut.
The new Google Pixel Buds provide quality audio, a comfortable fit and sleek design and instant, hands-free help from the Google Assistant.
I don’t think there was a single aspect of the Pixel 4 left for Google’s to reveal at their hardware event today.
Almost every detail had been leaked ahead of the unveiling, which could’ve put quite the dampener on the event but has somehow buoyed the company’s competitive and feature packed offering. Continue reading
Join James Croft, Raj Deut, Anthony Agius and special guest Terence Huynh as we chat about dirty data done dirt cheap, Spotify gradually becoming the Netflix of audio, Apple wrecking Fed square with their eventual Telstra shop, and Australia’s tech scene rising up against the Assistance and Access legislation that was rushed into law last year.
Join James Croft, Raj Deut, and Anthony Agius on a big week in tech news. We got Google, doing Googley things. Releasing phones. Home hubs. Shutting stuff down. Supply chains are getting hacked. Or maybe not. We’re not sure. We got Intel, adding another lake to their collection of lakes. Cannon Lake. Coffee Lake. Ice Lake. Why do they hunger for lakes? Will there be any other lakes left for our future generations or will they all be processors? We got xCloud, a stream-gaming service that works on the premise that your internet isn’t a pile of doodie. And Surface. I’ve recently been reviewing horizontal surfaces. I gotta tell you – they’re great when you need a flat plane in 3D space to rest a beverage on. Would recommend.
Ant has a Sizzle meetup coming up! Sunday 23rd July at the Boatbuilder’s Yard in South Wharf, Melbourne, from 1:30pm. Come for the Sizzle, but stay for the Raj.