• Nothing Lives Up to Its Name, Hypes Up Nothing.
• Nothing Phone (1) isn’t coming to the United States at launch.
• Android 13 Beta 3.3 rolls out to Pixel with Wi-Fi and other connectivity fixes, more.
• Google hatches the Android 13 easter egg and it’s literally all the emoji.
• Google I/O 2012 set a high-water mark for innovative hardware that has yet to be approached again.
• OSOM OV1 is dead, now a crypto-focused smartphone called the ‘Solana Saga’.
• HTC’s smartphone division limps on with metaverse-focused Desire 22 Pro.
• Wear OS 3 finally launches on another smartwatch, the Montblanc Summit 3.
• Swatch Group arrives on the smartwatch market.
• Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Insiders phone gets first update in months, breaks Google Pay.
• Google Password Manager starts offering on-device encryption on Android, iOS, and Chrome
• Google Password Manager now h. as an Android home screen shortcut.
• Chrome 103 replaces built-in password list with Android’s default manager.
• Google Hangouts finally gets a shutdown date: November 2022.
• Android port of 3D Pinball for Windows – Space Cadet.
• A Z Fold3 bites the dust.
• Some Android Auto for phones alternatives.
• Nothing Phone features are good for accessibility.
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Hosts: Jason Howell, Ron Richards, Huyen Tue Dao, and Florence Ion
All About Android episode 584
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