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February 5, 2018

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by John_A

Daniel Bader, Andrew Martonik, Russell Holly, and Jerry Hildenbrand discuss trust issues with OnePlus when it comes to privacy and security, and why it isn’t necessary to place limits on voice activated services like Google Assistant and Alexa.

Despite some recent claims to the contrary, Andrew explains why 64GB of internal storage is sufficient for most users in 2018. The crew also talks about Google’s efforts to clean house in the Play Store, timeframes for the release of Android P, and slow updates to Oreo for Shield TV and Essential Phone. Join us!

Show Notes and Links:

  • We need restrictions on government surveillance, not limits on Google Assistant or Alexa

  • I can’t buy a phone from OnePlus until it cares about privacy and security

  • Let’s be honest, 64GB of internal storage is plenty in 2018

  • Google removed over 700,000 malicious apps from the Play Store in 2017

  • When is Google going to release Android P?

  • What if Android P is designed for Chromebooks?

  • The Shield TV hasn’t gotten Oreo yet because no one cares about Android TV

  • Essential Phone won’t get public 8.0 Oreo update due to ‘stability issues’

  • The unbearable slowness of Samsung’s updates

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