Google’s new podcast ‘app’ is already on your Android phone
Google quietly rolled out a new way for Android users to listen to podcasts and subscribe to shows they like – and it already works on your phone. Podcast production company Pacific Content got the exclusive on it: essentially, Google now surfaces podcast show info and episode listings in search results on your Android device, and you can tune into them right from there – no app installation necessary. To get started, just search for a show using Google Search or Google Assistant with a query like, “bbc the inquiry podcast.” You’ll be presented with info about the show, and… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Android,Google
Of all of the visions of the future that have been rolled out over the years, perhaps none have had as persistent a hold on the imagination as flying cars (well… maybe jetpacks… But flying cars are right up there). As these technologies move from the realms of the plausible to the probable, they’re finding […]
SINGAPORE: Changi Airport handled 5.43 million passenger movements in April, a 5.1 per cent year-on-year increase, said Changi Airport Group (CAG) on Friday (May 25).
Passenger traffic to and from Europe increased by 13 per cent and this was boosted by travel on new services to London and Munich ...
Apple knew before launching the iPhone 6 series that its 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch devices were considerably more likely to bend than the iPhone 5s, but continued to downplay the issue — despite charging users steep prices for repairs and quietly addressing the problems with engineering changes. The revelations came today via Motherboard, citing documents from a proposed […]