What's the future of Google's Project Ara modular phone?
Brian Tong here with everything Google that we can pack inside of a show.
Let's get to it, and a few weeks ago we were wondering if Android N was going to get rid of the App Store With all signs pointing that way.
But a new LG video showing up their latest user experience shows off three different styles of home screen that allows you to keep or remove the app [INAUDIBLE] So we can all now take a deep breath knowing it will Will be there.
Yes, your app drawer is still safe and sound.
Now the constant flow of Android phones keeps on rolling, and Huawei's new P9 flagship phone has pretty much been completely revealed on the wonderful World Wide Web.
The phone is expected to have a 1080p 5.2" screen but you'll notice it has a dual camera set up.
A dual led flash, a finger print sensor and a USB [INAUDIBLE] support.
No secret is safe, especially in China.
The official announcement will take place on April 6th in London.
Samsung is also gearing up you know, get it here up for the new Galaxy S7 Active code name Poseidon after the great god of the sea.
According to Evan Blass, the S7 Active is being tested at AT&T.
Now, if it follows what we've seen in the past from the active line, we're gonna expect the less elegant design It's really replace with a more durable one with possibly even better protection from water and dust [INAUDIBLE] state has been targeted yet, and Google has been sending out out it's confirmations from it's raffle for Google [INAUDIBLE] in May, but if you are rejected Like that girl who did you wrong on your senior prom.
Well, Google has announced the Android Experiments I/O Challenge.
It started as a showcase last year to demo the cool things that done with Android, your project can be anything that leverages the power of Android, it can be a game, an app, or even a robot.
The top three projects will earn their creator a trip to Google I/O this This year.
And, if we're talking about experiments, Google is still trying to figure out how to deliver Project ARA, the modular smartphone, the right way.
Now some new questions on Google's opinion rewards are asking how much you would pay for different features after a purchase six months later.
That really sounds very Project ARA like.
We don't know what if any project or developments we'll see a Google [UNKNOWN] this year or if the project will just fade away, hopefully not.
Now, Mountainview is planning offices release the latest renders of Google tent like campus expansion to it's Google [UNKNOWN] office.
This general reports on the lower profile structure Design and blend in with the environment or it could just be the world's largest camping trip ever.
ANd you know what, they already have marshmallows on campus.
Now, this is still in a very preliminary stages with no dates set or anything elated to the expansion and we normally don't get to see much behind the walls from google But they decided to show off a 360 tour of their data center that you can watch on YouTube or your own Google Cardboard.
Now the thing I notice around here most, the creepy lurking security guard guy.
Now, but if you want a peak at something cooler, you can now tour the bat cave from Batman Versus Superman with Google Maps.
Yes, you can check out above ground, below ground, and all around the bat mobile.
Forget the fact that the movie wasn't that great to me and hurt to watch at times.
But this doll and some of that paint.
And it's really just a cool fun thing we're checking out.
All right, that's gonna do for this week.
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I'll be gone next week on vacation to this glorious place I call Hawaii, so we'll skip another week and then be back for some more of that Googlicious.
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