This week, we talk all about the creepy Selfish Ledger concept video from within Google, followup on some stories from I/O, chat about the new Google One service, and talk YouTube Music.
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- Google concept imagines adaptive ‘ledger’ that autonomously suggests ‘goals’ for users
- Google’s Material Design grows up at I/O — here’s everything you need to know
- That obstruction removal feature in Google Photos probably isn’t coming any time soon
- ‘Color Pop’ & other new Google Photos features rolling out now
- More Google Photos ‘suggestions’ rolling out now w/ auto-brightness fix, rotation
- Hands-on: Google News keeps you updated on stories you care about w/ Google’s new Material theme [Video]
- Comment: Google Duplex isn’t the only thing announced at I/O that has societal implications
- ‘Google One’ simplifies cloud storage plans w/ family sharing, customer support, & freebies
- YouTube Music is Google’s new streaming service, ad-free video now $12/month Premium
- Report: Google Home sales are catching up w/ Alexa while Apple HomePod lags (far) behind
- OnePlus 6 goes official w/ new glass build, Snapdragon 845, available May 22nd for $529
- Google Pixel Buds add double-tap to skip, manual power on/off, & easy device switching
- Offline Gmail with support for search, archive, & compose is rolling out to the web
- AI-powered ‘Nudge’ respond reminders rolling out to the new Gmail
- Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ finally, officially, support ARCore
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