Made by Google 2019
Jeremy and Jay talk about all of the news coming from the Made by Google 2019 event, including the Pixelbook, and Pixel Buds. They guys also take several calls on iPhone updates not working out so well.
SOME OF THE WEEK'S TOP TECH STORIES:
- Here’s everything Google just announced at the Made By Google 2019 event | TechCrunch
- Here's Everything Google Just Announced at Its Made by Google '19 Event - Thurrott.com
- Roku is the most popular streaming platform in the US by a huge margin - The Verge
- Keep an eye (and ear) on your home with the new Nest Aware
- The Pixel 4 doesn’t include any headphones, or even a 3.5mm adapter in the box - The Verge
- Sony is launching its 360-degree audio format this fall - The Verge
- Mixer Academy Goes Live - Thurrott.com
- Tile adds new sticky products as Apple threat looms, and more - DGiT
- Google Pixel Day, Apple Inc., and more - DGiT
- Fortnite isn't dead but it has reached The End, and more - DGiT
- DGiT Monthly: The September wrap, and October's here - DGiT
- 6 paid iPhone apps you can download for free on October 15th – BGR
- 15 best free Android apps of 2019 (September) - Android Authority
- Top iPhone and iPad apps going free and on sale 10-16-2019
- iPhone & iPad Apps Gone Free – October 16, 2019 | iOSnoops
- Top 8 New and Free Android Apps for October 2019
- YOUTUBE CHANNEL OF THE WEEK: “Data is Beautiful”
#SoInLove!!! Amazon + Google = <3 <3 <3
YouTubeTV comes to Amazon Fire TV devices signaling that the wall between Google and Amazon really is coming down.
That and much more in this week's Everyday Tech!
This week's tech links to see:
- Sony Drops PlayStation Now Pricing
- OneDrive Expandable Storage and Personal Vault Launches Worldwide
- YouTube TV Comes to Amazon Fire TV Devices
- YouTube Music Replaces Google Play Music in Android 10
- Spotify Tests Much-Awaited Siri Integration on iPhones
- Instagram makes its bully-blocking feature available to everyone
- Apple updates iOS to 13.1.2, hopefully squashing the remaining bugs
- Google and Levi's introduce a new smart jacket that can answer calls and snap selfies
- WhatsApp is testing a self-destructing messages feature
- Google is making it easier to check if your passwords have been compromised in a data breach
- Google announces three new ways to hide your personal activity from Google
- Pixel 4’s Recorder app leaks, revealing automatic transcription capabilities
- UPS just won FAA approval to fly as many delivery drones as it wants
- How to pair PS4 or Xbox controllers with iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, or Android
- Apple News Plus rolls out to UK, Australia with new publications
- tvOS 13’s small improvements make for a much better Apple TV experience
Home WiFi issues
The guys take several calls from folks dealing with WiFi issues in their homes. The mystical Samsung Galaxy Fold is finally available for retail, you've been warned to be especially careful with it, and how Amazon is attempting to allow you access to Alexa on the go. This and much more on this week's Everyday Tech!
What's The Purpose of Social Media
What is your primary use for social media?
Are you building your personal brand? Are you selling a product? Are you keeping in touch with friends and family? Or is it just where you get your news?
And, honestly, do you craft a happier, more perfect image of you and your family than is the reality?
Finally which platforms do you enjoy the most, and which one do you avoid?
Also, in tech news, Disney makes a huge splash to challenge Netflix.
As a Multi-Billionaire, How Would You Change The World?
Elon Musk is worth north of 20 billion dollars.
The founder of PayPal, Tesla and Space X among other companies has quite the interesting portfolio of investments and interests.
With that in mind, IF you were a tech mogul with which money were no object, how would you spend your money? How would you invest not just your money...but your time?
What would you do to try to make the world a better place through technology?
Plus, your tech problems, questions, comments, this week’s news from around the tech world and more on this week's Everyday Tech.