Vergecast: Google I/O and Microsoft Build

So most happened this week in a universe of The Verge. Both Google and Microsoft hosted their annual developer conferences and announced a whole garland of stuff, so Nilay, Paul, Natt, and Dieter accumulate to mangle it down and give we a highlights.

And this wouldn’t be an part of The Vergecast without a shred Paul does each week, “Kick flip a kickstand script.” It’s a large one, so listen to a whole part to get all we need for this large week in tech news.

01:28 – 10 Biggest announcements from Google I/O

03:45 – The rapacity of Google Duplex

21:09 – Android P

26:41 – At I/O Google showed a eagerness to change and figure a lives

34:33 – JBL’s Android-powered soundbar does a lot of things right

38:43 – Volvo’s local Google formation is a subsequent turn for Android Auto

44:06 – Six new Google Assistant voices, including John Legend

47:49 – Nadella’s Microsoft

56:51 – What is corner computing?

1:08:16 – Paul’s weekly shred “Kick flip a kickstand script

1:10:38 – Net neutrality, mergers, ATT, and Michael Cohen: what we know so far

If we enjoyed this podcast and wish to hear some-more audio from The Verge, good here we go. Season 2 of Why’d You Push That Button hosted by Kaitlyn Tiffany and Ashley Carman is here! This week’s part is about push notifications. You can allow anywhere, including on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play Music, and a plain ol’ RSS feed. And get held adult on season 1 if we missed out.

Also, stay tuned for a mint uncover hosted by Casey Newton entrance this month!

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