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This week’s top stories: Wear OS watch list, Nest announces temperature sensor, Android Messages 3.1, more

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In this week’s top stories: Google announces devices that will receive Wear OS update, Nest announces a new temperature sensor device, and Android Messages 3.1 continues preparing Messages for web.

Alphabet Scoop 001: Fun House impressions, Android P nav rumors, Wear OS & a new watch?

Published 4 hours, 47 minutes ago
This week, we talk all about our Google Fun House impressions, rumors we’ve heard from a source about navigation in Android P, the rebrand of Android Wear as Wear OS and what it might mean, Stephen’s early experiences with a slew of Nest products, a handful of app updates, and much more. Alphabet Scoop is […]

032: YouTube PiP, Android Auto swipe to unlock, and Fuchsia Friday | 9to5Google Daily

Published 16 hours, 21 minutes ago
Today we’ve got YouTube picture-in-picture on the web, the ability to unlock your phone while using Android Auto, and Fuchsia Friday. 9to5Google Daily is available on Google Play, iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app, Stitcher, or through our dedicated RSS feed for Pocket Casts and other podcast players.

Comparison: Do RhinoShield’s lenses compete with Moment’s premium & expensive lenses?

Published 16 hours, 24 minutes ago
After reading our review of Moment’s lenses and how it made the Pixel 2’s camera even better, I knew I had to get my hands on the different pieces of glass. Unfortunately, the $90 to $100 per lens stopped me in my tracks and made me reconsider the purchase. Thankfully, RhinoShield, the makers of one […]

Fuchsia Friday: The Four Layers of Fuchsia

Published 19 hours, 36 minutes ago
When describing the organization of Fuchsia code, Google uses a “layer cake” metaphor. Fuchsia is the name of the project as a whole and of the finished product (we presume), but under the hood there are 4 distinct layers that it’s divided into. This week’s Fuchsia Friday details each layer and what we know about […]

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