The Curious Case of Googleless Android with Daniel Bader
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This week we are joined by Daniel Bader. He is the managing editor of Android Central and he’s Canadian which means he can buy a Huawei phone if he wants to. So he tested the Huawei P40 Pro and he loves that phone. But the P40 Pro does not support Google services and I wanted to find out what that was like.
IFA will take place in Berlin this year...kinda.
Former HTC cofounder Peter Chou announced his new VR project, XR Space and the XRSpace Mova VR headset.
SpaceX and NASA tried to launch astronauts into space, but the launch got scrubbed due to weather because it's 2020.
Wikipedia's Board voted on Friday to adopt a more strict set of values and ethics governing volunteers on the platform in an attempt to stop harassment.
Twitter fact-checked President Trump's tweets for the first time ever and...it did not go well.
But of course, that wasn't the end of the story...
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey explained exactly what it was about Trump's tweets that got them flagged.
Meanwhile, Mark Zuckerberg is just glad that Jack flinched first.
And it JUST. KEEPS. GOING.
HBO Max: Everything about the new streaming service (Android Authority)
HBO Max launched today and you might have it. Or you might not. It's weird.
Facebook launched a new app designed to make voice calls when people marked themselves as ready to receive a call.
New Soli Sandbox app from Google available now (Android Authority)
Google is trying to encourage developers into figuring out new and fun…or really any ways to use Soli.
8GB Raspberry Pi 4 on sale now at $75 (Raspberrypi.org)
There's a new version of the Raspberry Pi on sale that carries 8GB of RAM.
Someone is selling anti-5G usb sticks that use quantum technology to protect you from….Ok, I can't do it. It's crap.
Google is giving away free Nest Mini speakers to subscribers of YouTube premium.