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Andreas Proschofsky
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Editor for DER STANDARD / derStandard.at with a focus on Linux, Android and Open Source in general
Editor for DER STANDARD / derStandard.at with a focus on Linux, Android and Open Source in general

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399 USD is a whole lot of money. Hmm....
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AR Stickers are finally here - and they include a Star Wars set! This might not be the most important feature to have but damn, they are fun to play around with.
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This resolves one of the most annoying things in my daily Home Mini usage: Having to shout at it to disable an alarm.
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I was always wondering why they wouldn't integrate music streaming and Youtube videos - seems like such a no-brainer (would also be great for podcasts that have a video version). Having said that: Google will have to offer a lot more to get any Spotify / Apple Music users to switch... Hope this turns out to be more than just yet another run at doing the same stuff.
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The Android 8.1 OTA for the Pixel 2 finally has started to rollout.
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Black Mirror goes Star Trek??? What... the... ??!?
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Android 8.1 has officially been released. Factory Images for Google devices are also up, OTAs should follow soon.
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Android Go is official: This is Google's new OS profile and app package for low end devices (512 MB - 1 GB). Also: Android 8.1 will be released later today.
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The Android Security Bulletin for December 2017 is out which also means OTA updates for Pixel / Nexus devices should follow soon. Will be interesting to see if Google pushes another 8.0 release or just combines the security update with the jump to Android 8.1 (which is also supposed to happen soon)
From a security viewpoint there is the usual critical fixes for the media framework. Stuff gets more interesting though if you look at the Qualcomm / proprietary drivers part of the bulletin. Three different critical bugs that are supposed to be remotely exploitable are listed there - one concerning wifi connections. Guess we will hear more about them pretty soon. (though two have already been fixed back in 2016 and one in July 2017 - so maybe this is just a case of late attribution?)
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Promising.
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