Engadget Podcast: Google I/O and hands-on with Microsoft’s Adaptive Mouse

Written by Jeff Lampkin

This week, Engadget Deputy Editor Nathan Ingraham joins Cherlynn and Devindra to dive into every little thing introduced at Google I/O. There have been loads of new gadgets, after all, however Google additionally confirmed off how its improved AI tech is making maps, translation and extra options even smarter. Additionally, Cherlynn discusses her unique characteristic on Microsoft’s Adaptive Mouse, in addition to the corporate’s new Inclusive Tech Lab. And in different information, we bid farewell to the iPod and reminisce in regards to the early days of MP3 gamers.

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  • Google IO overview – 1:45

  • A return for Google Glass? – 13:24

  • Pixel 6a announcement – 29:11

  • Pixel Watch – 33:49

  • Pixel Buds Professional – 38:27

  • Notes from Microsoft’s Means Summit – 43:43

  • Apple formally discontinues the iPod – 1:01:04

  • Sonos Ray is actual and it’s $279 – 1:08:53

  • New data on Intel’s twelfth Gen HX Chips – 1:20:45

  • Popular culture picks – 1:26:21

Video livestream

Hosts: Devindra Hardawar and Jessica Conditt
Visitor: Nathan Ingraham
Producer: Ben Ellman
Music: Dale North and Terrence O’Brien
Livestream producers: Julio Barrientos
Graphic artists: Luke Brooks and Brian Oh

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Jeff Lampkin

Jeff Lampkin was the first writer to have joined He has since then inculcated very effective writing and reviewing culture at GamePolar which rivals have found impossible to imitate. His approach has been to work on the basics while the whole world was focusing on the superstructures.