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From smart phones to smart homes, the Android Police Podcast gives you exactly what you need from a tech podcast - no more, no less. Every week, each of our hosts curate topics to talk about. It could be tracking through your newsfeed or a passion project or two. We're centered on Android, but go far and wide, so if you're looking for good talk that won't waste your time, listen and subscribe.
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To think that the lowly internet commenter is being done wrong by multi-million-, even multi-billion-dollar brands. Why, perish such sacrilege! You see, there's a certain unease on this week's Android Police podcast as Will and Daniel trickle through how Sonos is banking heavily on some poorly-formed assumptions about its customer base and how Micr…
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This Android Police podcast, Will and Joe Maring, editor of the section dubbed Mobile for Digital Trends, are starved of sleep and proper equipment prior to sharing their thoughts about Google I/O 2024. If you've been living above ground for the past couple years, you know what this song and dance is working up to: more artificial intelligence prom…
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What did Apple have to say when it came to their iPads? Perhaps Paramore summed it up best in 2007. I know that your eyes are always glued to me, keeping them here and it makes no sense at all. So, what's the truth about the next-gen iPad Pro and, more importantly, the iPad Air with its 13-inch model, stagnant Liquid Retina screen spec, stubborn pr…
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Fresh ep. Time to jump the crevasse. This Android Police podcast, we're shooting down the Rabbit R1 and its ilk for good. We're also measuring up the stakes in TikTok's fight for survival in America. In the Google realms, the Pixel 8a is set for a cakewalk, Android 15 is firming up nicely (hopefully no odd ice crystals in the vanilla ice cream), an…
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Yes, time for another Android Police podcast clipshow and this one's all about Apple. Settle down, we're talking about how its iMessage platform has been made to conform with Android users one way or another. We'll cover the RCS adoption saga and then follow up with the federal antitrust suit Apple faces which is entailed in part by iMessage user c…
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Imminence is our word of the week on the Android Police podcast as we hit on some new Pixel lewks, watch emulation on iOS thrive with bated breath, and see if Google really has what it takes to have Android, Pixel, Chrome, and its various other platform teams operating as one AI-led family — "happy" being the optimal fashion. 04:07 | The Reorg Goog…
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Humane's AI Pin hit the reviewers' rounds this week. Now it's time for the meta cut. Join the Android Police podcast as we rack the dominoes back from execution to concept and see if there's any salvation to be had from the fall. Also, loads of Android news, an e-reader to best the Kindle perhaps, and a Vampire Weekend album review. Hit the decks. …
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The 100th Android Police podcast is everything you've wanted it to be. Google this, Android that, Samsung's broken, OnePlus's broken, and we finally see what's inside The Hatch from Lost. Gemini takes a page from a BAFTA vote that has gone completely insane and the streaming industry makes money on top of showbuilding practices that are incredibly …
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Google's had it out for the Android Police podcast all this time. No, not in the ways in which it's made it difficult for us to write the stories we talk about on the show, but with how its grown its phones. Android. Nexus. Pixel. All of it. The bulk of this 99th episode — which does not contain four minutes of cut-out frolicking midshow banter bet…
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The Department of Justice serves Apple a whopper of an antitrust suit, the consequences of which will take years to suss out and reverberate with impacts on competitors, developers, and consumers. So, what do we see from the shores of Android? The Android Police podcast is all about insights this week, some of them from our interview with Eric Migi…
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Marques Brownlee commissions a tiny little coffin into which he places the ZenFone 10 and we're over here trying to trigger the next wave of tiny little phones. As people keep saying, time is a flat circle. That conversation plus another notch in the epoch that is Samsung's management in mobile decline, the big TikTok sovereignty debate, and a coup…
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Man, since when did Google's pre-release tracks of Android return to just utter garbage? And how much longer can Apple sustain its flat-footed outrage against the Digital Markets Act? We're firing some quick shots on the Android Police podcast this week to tackle some touchstones that are carrying the conversation in our mobile sphere for the days …
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Mobile World Congress has adjourned for another year and the Android Police podcast is here to run through the minutes as trapsed from hall to hall looking for what tech companies are saying is their best for 2024. Is the Galaxy Ring going to deliver on its hype? How many times can Motorola do a bendy wristphone before it gets old? And what's with …
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Yes, we've seen your comments about how we at the Android Police podcast can get so down on the topic our site is all about, but hey: you'd be distressed about the ecosystem, too, if you had the numbers we're looking at and not much corporate steering power in the backseat. So, on this episode, we chat about the Xiaomi 14 Ultra, the refinement of t…
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This week on the Android Police podcast, we talk all about the first Android 15 developer preview despite the fact that, at the time of recording, we had barely an idea about what its best features were going to be. Of all things to be part of a Friday news dump, it had to be new software. Plus, further ruminations on generative AI, gaming, and why…
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This week's Android Police podcast is a heady, tough one for us, but it's one we have to do because the news and business cycles dictate it. Google climbs up yet another rung on its ambitions of AI domineering and we're taking the time to ask the hard questions that have been pounding around for years. We might answer them, if not for you, for ours…
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You saw the journos and critics pinch in awkwardly-framed photos. Now you get to hear the takes on Apple Vision Pro that may or may not be spicier than a daring fireball. Sorry, John. And if that's not your cup 'er tea, no sirree (sorry everyone else), the Android Police podcast this week will also bring you a few updated thoughts on the Galaxy S24…
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We're tired. We're in hell. But at least there's a cool spot or two in this painful landscape. On the Android Police podcast this week, we take a second hit on the Galaxy S24 Ultra, extract every bit of solace we can out of the OnePlus 12 (and OnePlus 12R), and then pin our hopes on Google much as one would pin the tail on the donkey. That is, blin…
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Well, would you look at that? It's all the changes we expected and then some. The Galaxy S24 is about as close to an inch Samsung thinks it can afford to creep along without actually getting there. We tick off our laundry list of all the reasons why we hate it on this Android Police podcast. Also on the show, Apple's taking a bath with the Vision P…
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The Android Police podcast is back with a new episode with our own Will Sattelberg commanding the grounds in Las Vegas for CES plus Ara and editor Jules (hi) filling in for Daniel. Plenty of people were hopping around the convention halls for a Rabbit R1, some of them were hogging up space inside Google's Polestar, and only a select handful of tech…
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It's a filler episode on the Android Police podcast this week as we peer into the contemporary cognoscenti on the cloud gaming platform that was never meant to be: Google Stadia. We join together two separate eras of the show, bridging from an uneasy launch across to a protracted, aching end. Join us here today and we'll join you from CES next week…
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Welcome to the Android Police podcast's annual culturecast! Jeez, we've been back for two years and we get to call this a yearly tradition. Anyways, settle up for a great time as Daniel, Will, and Ara discuss how their favorite media in 2023 made them feel and why they loved it all so much. From Olivia Rodrigo to Greta Lee, Radiohead reduxes to a P…
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On this Android Police podcast, we follow up on a see-saw week with Beeper on one side attempting to open a pathway for iPhone users to securely message all the non-iPhone people (and services) out there and Apple plainly wanting to shut that down. Down a related vein, Epic v. Google is over (for now) and there's just no getting around the Steam De…
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On this Android Police podcast, the big story is Gemini. Google is floating trial balloons for its multimodal large language model that's set to go against OpenAI's GPT-4 Turbo products. We ask where the rush was and what can be done with this next-gen gen AI. Also on the menu, Beeper Mini gets us closer to global rich messaging continuity, and we …
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We enter into December with an Android Police podcast that tackles the big issues in our industry. And no, there isn't a hint of punchline there. Casetify is accused of plagiarism in its churn-and-burn quest to profit from phone cases while Google is accused of planting stories about how unsafe Fortnite is while actually failing to address how bad …
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This is the half-hour portion of the Android Police podcast that we recorded two weeks ago talking a little bit about the everlong travails of Google when it comes to Fitbit and getting Apple to adopt RCS. Well, we at least know how one of those stories worked out, but we also continue writing the story of this very show and the business of what we…
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Every morsel of gravity in the world hits the downhill this episode on the Android Police podcast with OpenAI sacking CEO Sam Altman while Apple outsteps Nothing in bridging the gap between iMessage and the rest of the modern texting world - and there's a very good reason why now was the time for the company to get on board with Google and RCS. But…
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Of course we're going to talk about Humane's silly AI Pin on the Android Police podcast this week — spoiler: we don't make it out to be as silly as you might think it is. That plus a recap of Epic v. Google in the courts and the absolute shambles that is mobile gaming right now as well as a new (but very familiar) Steam Deck that hit us right betwe…
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After two weeks away, Daniel rejoins the Android Police podcast this week to be the ketchup to our mustard and mayonnaise... who the other two are is up to you. Anyways, we catch up with some chat on the Snapdragon X Elite chips, bemoan the Galaxy S23 FE, continue to praise the OnePlus Open, and give Google a sideways glance and ask how it's doing …
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Will is at the helm for this week's Android Police podcast, but he's also at Qualcomm's annual product launch press junket in Hawaii. Once again, Chris Patrick, SVP and GM of Handsets, joins us. So, what did the chipmaker bring everyone out to the islands for this year? ARM computing, artificial intelligence, mobile console gaming, and not much 5G.…
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The one and only Mr. Mobile (Michael Fisher to the rest of us) is back on the Android Police podcast to trade notes with Will on the OnePlus Open! This episode was recorded on Tuesday evening right before they put the finishing touches on their actual reviews, so if you want to play editorial whack-a-mole and check for any discrepancies in what the…
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The Pixel 8 Pro is dumb. Just dumb. You think you can make it all smart with this artificial intelligence crap, Google? How about you just say the quiet part out loud to the Android Police podcast about why it's $300 more than the Pixel 8? This week, a single 50-minute rant as performed by three tech nerds. Also, a reminder that Kirby did not do 9/…
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Our most favorite hardcore Android nerd, Mishaal Rahman, joins the Android Police podcast for what else but for Pixel 8 announcement week! And if we had spent our time just talking about the phones themselves, it still would've breached more than an hour to become our newest longest episode yet. But we've got a little bit of Pixel Watch 2, a little…
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On this Android Police podcast, Will is trapped by rising floodwaters, a war ensues between the titanium, stainless steel, and plastic camps, and Ara records a personal best on the number of rants in an episode. Get up to date on the Fitbit Charge 6 (and our listeners' thoughts on trackers and smartwatches), imagine all the colors of the Galaxy S24…
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The Android Police podcast may need a name change. And no, The Vergecast is taken. But for a show that delves into the profundity of notions such as the phases of smartphone design and the uncanny valley that is a conversation with a voice assistant, we also get to inject bits of "Her" and "Short Circuit" into the mix. So there's that. We've got ch…
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The Android Police podcast, in our duty to you as a full-service technology publication despite the narrow avenue our name would imply, is here for a go-around with Apple's new iPhone 15 and Apple Watch Series 9 lineups. We also talk about tiny robopets and no, William, why would I ever title our site post that? Finally, we dig into our mailbag for…
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A new era in Android has begun. Not Android 14 - Google looks to be off its scheduled launch window and that's got everybody in the industry scrambling. We do get a better picture, however, of when we'll be able to play with new Pixels and we preview Apple's new pickings coming up on this episode of the Android Police podcast. 02:02 | Soft Android …
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It's the IFA show on the Android Police podcast this week as we pour it on Huawei not even pretending that Honor is still functionally its Western-facing apparatus and pushing a foldable phone-purse hybrid. JBL's got some loud speakers that will look good in your home (or not) and work with everything. Also, we've got more Pixel intel about how it'…
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Apple once again turns around from an anti-consumer stance and could stand to benefit in the public eye because of it. This week on the Android Police podcast, we're covering the company's newfound support for California's right to repair bill. We'll also hit the shoulder triggers for some new handhelds - including a new PSP, but only sorta like ho…
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On the Android Police podcast this week, our arms are circling back around the clock to our Galaxy Watch 6 review and springing forward to the Pixel Watch 2 as we're on the rumor watch. We'll stop with wordcraft and continue with more ineffective PR campaigns from Google whether you're dealing with training its AI (or the perceived sucking of data …
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Our official verdicts on the Galaxy Z Flip 5, Fold 5, Watch 6, and Tab S9 series are online and Stephen Schenck is in for Will this week to help us expand upon them in vocal form on the Android Police podcast. With iteration the name of this battle, where does the next one take us in this "war?" Also up in the episode, some grumblings about the Pix…
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We're celebrating the big one-zero at the Android Police podcast, but not for ourselves (though we do get a pizza party at the end of the show). We're taking a look back at three Google products that helped get Google's hardware department where it is today: the Chromecast, the Nexus 7 (the second one), and the Moto X. 04:50 | Chromecast Google Chr…
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It's a flub. A flop. Samsung's pocket flaps are showing and the numbers are not good. At least that's what we're making of this week's Unpacked event. Daniel, Ara, and Will are putting in their say on this episode of the Android Police podcast. From the Galaxy Z Flip 5 and Fold 5, the Galaxy Watch 6, and the Galaxy Tab S9 series (which we didn't re…
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After a break last week to recover from Prime Day and some unwelcome strep, we're back with a preview of what Samsung will Unpack this week! You can tell from the brimming excitement in our hosts' voices that there will be plenty to look forward to with the Galaxy Z Flip 5 and Fold 5. Or maybe we'll talk about Motorola again, look, I just cut the s…
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The social media news cycle was on meth this week. We don't know how else to say it. Twitter and Reddit continue their slow-motion meltdowns while Mark Zuckerberg actually comes out the winner for once. This episode of the Android Police podcast is dominated by Threads and where the yarn goes from here. 02:46 | Threads Join Instagram Threads beta p…
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Is it a coincidence that the Mr. Mobile, Michael Fisher, is joining the Android Police podcast for the second time (the first time under a different run) and both times the discussion at hands was about foldables? Maybe it is, but whatever the case may actually be, this episode is all about the Pixel Fold and our evaluations on how Google's first s…
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It's a study of contrasts with reviews going out for Motorola's Razr+ and Google's Pixel Tablet. This week, the Android Police podcast is graced by the presence of Digital Trends mobile editor Joe Maring to chat about garbage fires and unexpected triumphs as well as marketing of charming and questionable natures. 02:34 | Sucks Google Pixel Tablet r…
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It's a summer of discontent running right through the Android Police podcast. Topping our show, of course, is Reddit's war on itself — namely, the user community it relies on for its success. We also watch the axe fall on more Google services with even more uncertainty ahead for its entire business. Finally, we talk about wood and how nice it looks…
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We're not beyond giving Apple some attention here at the Android Police podcast, especially during a week where the company decided to tease a $3,500 VR headset. Indeed, the road to popularization is long and filled with deep potholes, but the company is taking a chance on it in neglect of its other major existing platforms — arguably harming the A…
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Motorola is having a good year and the streak continues, it seems, with the rollout of its new Razr+ and Razr(-) for 2023. Our Will Sattelberg shares his experiences at the hands-on event. Also on the Android Police podcast, we debate Apple's merits as it's rumored to be preparing a $3,000 consumer-focused AR/VR headset that's sure to please James …
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