Poll June 7
Poll May 7
Google I/O 2018 kicks off tomorrow morning, and while we are counting down the minutes until Sundar Pichai’s keynote address, we already have a good idea what some of the search giant’s significant announcements will be.
What Google I/O announcements are you looking forward to the most?
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Poll May 2
This morning, LG officially unveiled the G7 ThinQ. While there wasn’t much new about the handset, the South Korean company did add a physical button to the handset’s left side that can be used to trigger Google Assistant and Lens.
Would you want Google to include a physical Google Assistant/Lens button on the Pixel 3?
Poll April 13
A recent survey found that users with Android Auto built into their cars were becoming more reliant on the alternative infotainment system software. With wireless Android Auto functionality making its way to Pixel and some Nexus phones, we wanted to know if you would need Android Auto inclusion before even thinking about buying a new car.
Poll April 4
Shortly after word broke that Google was working with the Department of Defense on open-source software to help analyze drone footage, employees began forwarding along a petition internally asking Sundar Pichai to end participation in the project. Additionally, the letter asks that Google bans all future “warfare technology.”
Do you think Google should avoid working with the military or providing open-source software for the government?
Poll March 26
This morning, Google officially took the wraps off of Chromebook tablets with the unveiling of the Acer Chromebook Tab 10. Now customers can enjoy the ease-of-use found in Chrome OS while also using Android apps in a tablet form factor.
Do you see a benefit of buying a tablet running Chrome OS over something running software from Apple or Microsoft?