Google's fixing the hamburger emoji ASAP! Pixel 2 XL? Not a peep
Brian Tong here, and welcome to googlicious for everything.
Google you could think of, it's been over a week since the first support of the issues of the Google Pixel2XL's screen.
But have you heard a P from google?
After they said, they were actively investigating the reports, No!
Now, instead the base for this week they got the attention of Google's CEO, Sundar Pichai.
Is the Google cheeseburger emoji.
Now writer Thomas Baekdal was the first to report on one of the biggest mess-ups in emoji history.
Even bigger than when Apple to change the peach booty emoji in iOS 10 beta.
Now Baekdal tweeted out a comparison Of Apple's cheeseburger emoji and Google's burger emoji that places the cheese underneath the burger.
Like, you can see, Google's not the only one with burger emoji boo boos.
Samsung puts the cheese on top of the lettuce, before the burger, but I guess at least it's on top.
Now, what is this world coming to?
In a tweet, Sundar Pichai said.
Will drop everything else we are doing and address on Monday.
If folks can agree on the correct way to do this.
Yes, that's great Sundar, but anything about the Pixel 2 XL yet?
Now the goobs might say something after we post this show.
But until then prioritizing an emoji over the 2XL, that's an easy boogle.
But the race is on like what will we hear about first addressing the pixel 2XL screen that has a one week lead or fix the burger emoji.
What do you all think Google will do first?
Because I know you read the comments, like I read every single one of them.
Like this one from Josue Gtz that said, last week show should have been called Google-issues.
Like I get it Google-issues, Google-issues that's clever.
And he make some point, there was even a story where Google accidentally ship a Google Pixel 2 128 GB unit to a customer.
With a note in the box that said it had failed its quality control inspection.
I know flukey things like this do happen, but come on.
That's another Boogle.
And I don't wanna pile on, but to add some insult to injury, we know the Pixel 2 phones do not come with any headphones, but instead a USB-C to 3.5 mm port dongle in the box.
According to Verizon customer Lucas Everett.
He posted photos of packaging and documentation that didn't match the other Pixel 2s and could indicate that Google had actually considered including headphones in the box at one time.
Okay, I'll just throw it out one more time because I feel like it.
[LAUGH] All right, there's still plenty of other Android phones with Buzz.
The new One Plus 5T and its loyal following has been leaked by You Know Who, Mr. Evan Blass.
Featuring its super slim bezzled and a large 18x9.6 inch display.
And I am a loyal, after they released the five earlier this year, but did not have the newer bezzlest trend that many phones are doing.
And then they decided to go for a refresh, the 5T in the same year.
they like to do this now we're expecting the phone to drop anytime but I'm not big fan of this flychip phone refresh twice a year even if it gives you an extra bump of media buzz because we're doing this story basically twice now YouTube tv is also expanding not only is it getting tons of airtime during the world series with tv ads galore and by the way how ridiculous was that game five Yeah.
Previously, you could only access the services through a Chromecast.
But it will now be launching apps for Android TV devices like the Nvidia shield and Xbox One in the next few days.
With Apple TV, LG, Samsung and Sony coming soon after that.
Also, it's YouTube's live TV service with 40 plus channels and it's currently available in all the top 50 metro areas, covering two-thirds of the US with a free trial if you wanna check it out.
All right, and the Google assistant is showing some love for iPhone users and I know there are actually Apple users that watch this show.
Apple Music is now getting integration with the assistant.
And you can enable this through the Google Assistant app settings.
You can control tracks or play a specific song or album on Apple Music, whether it's purchased tracks or any music you're streaming through the subscription.
Android devices can already control Apple Music, but they can also use commands to control streaming radio stations as well.
Something that iPhone users can't do with the assistant right now.
All right, that's gonna do it for this week.
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Thanks so much for watching.
We'll catch you all next time for some more of the Googlicious.