Welcome to Alphabet City, this is the show that covers everything to do with Alphabet.
Alphabet happens to own lots of companies like Loon, X, Waymo, and Google.
I'm your guide Iyaz Akhtar, and you are the very patient audience Apologies for being out sick.
Today, we're talking about phishing, some updates, and your comments.
But first up, it's time to talk phones.
On to Android Avenue.
All about Samsung .de posted several pictures showing off.
What it says are the Galaxy S10 and the S10 plus.
These images are pretty on point with all the rumors we've heard.
The S10 would have an affinity o display with one camera.
Plus, we have a pill shaped cut out for two cameras.
On the back of each are three cameras.
On the bottom you've got a speaker, USB C and yes, a head phone jack.
In less visual news.
Ice universe says the Galaxy S10 features excellent battery optimization and a more advanced cooling structure.
In an older tweet, Ice universe said the 10+ will pack a 4100 miliamp hour battery.
That's pretty big.
Ice universe has been pretty reliable when it comes to this.
Samsung client have believed those tweets.
Samsung is holding a Galaxy unpacked event on February 20th Xiaomi showed off a prototype foldable phone that I assume is running Android.
Take a look at this folder.
This clip is part of a 51 second video that shows Xiaomi's president flexing the phone.
It features two hinges that allow the screen to expand on the left and right.
There are no mentions of pricing or availability, and in even less exciting news, this Is probably the LG G8 ThinQ according to XDA developers, LG might dump the ear piece speaker to use the screen to provide audio.
Sticking with LG, the company put up a teaser video for some new tech.
The vid shows a hand gesturing over a piece of paper.
With one wave the words goodbye touch appear, with another wave the text disappears.
LG says we'll see this tech at MWC 2019, later if February.
Does anyone want increased gesture support on phones, you, what about you, me?
I don't know?
Let's make our way to Uptown Updates.
Google I/O will run from May 7th to the 9th this year.
Apple Music is updated for Android.
Now it handles Android tablets even better.
All of those words sound really strange together.
Google Voice users, you'll never believe it.
Google is updating Voice So VOIP calls will be available to all of you.
Just in time for some kind of football game, YouTube TV is rolling out nationwide covering 195 markets, that's about 98% of US households.
The other 2%, will you get YouTube TV?
Alphabet's Jigsaw published a quiz to see if you can spot a phising email when you see it.
And, since we talk about Jigsaw every episode on this show, I don't need to explain to you that the company tries to take on global security challenges.
Try out the quiz at phishing quiz dot with Google dot com.
On to Comment Cove.
This is the part of the show where we shine a spotlight at the most amazing audience in the world.
That would be you.
Alexander says, I don't know why people keep hating on Android tablets.
I'm watching this on one now.
I loved my Nexus 10.
I use a Pixel C now.
Not as great as the Nexus 10 but it's still great.
My dad has a Samsung Galaxy tablet and he really likes it.
I really enjoyed my Nexus 7 devices.
I had the first two.
The thing is app support is and was not so great.
If folding phones catch on, I'd expect the apps to get better for larger displays over time.
Ros asks, why do you have to explain the Alphabet City every episode?
Well, Ros, it's for new viewers.
Sometimes people find this show because of a topic and not for the show itself.
That's crazy, I know.
Thanks to everyone for writing in.
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I'm Ayaz Aktar, and I'll see you online.
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