Daniel Bader is back in the saddle after his trip to Turkey and is joined by Ara Wagoner and Jerry Hildenbrand to talk about changes to the Android Q gesture system, and pre-disappointment about Google’s Pixel 4. They also chat about more Galaxy Note 10 leaks and rumors about Galaxy Watch 2 and Galaxy Tab S5.
Huawei isn’t completely out of the woods, but U.S. companies can work with them in situations where ‚where there is no threat to national security‘. The crew parse what that actually means. Finally, they address concerns regarding Google and Amazon voice assistant recordings and transcripts.
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Show Notes and Links:
- Travel and tech
- From the Editor’s Desk: Google’s looming Pixel 4 disappointment
- Android Q gesture FAQ: Understanding how Android’s new gestures work
- Galaxy Note 10 renders reveal new color and missing power button
- Samsung Galaxy Watch 2 and Galaxy Tab S5 to be released in Q3 2019
- U.S. companies can now work with Huawei again, but only ‚where there is no threat to national security‘
- Google/Amazon assistant recordings
- Amazon keeps Echo transaction transcripts forever
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This article was originally posted on Android Central