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19:10  18 october  2019
19:10  18 october  2019 Source:   engadget.com

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Google is all about ambient computing. That much was made clear at the company's launch event this week. Its products were leaked so thoroughly that there were All products recommended by Engadget are selected by our editorial team, independent of our parent company.

Looking through Reddit reports, the publication saw that the blinds were starting to filter their way out to IKEA stores across the US and compiled a list of where they're available. As of the writing of this article, only a handful of IKEA stores are selling the blinds. They include the stores the company operates in

Google is all about ambient computing. That much was made clear at the company's launch event this week. Its products were leaked so thoroughly that there were barely any surprises left. Yet, finally getting to see Google's full portfolio of devices makes it clear: the company is very serious about getting into every facet of your life. This week, Cherlynn is joined by senior mobile editor Chris Velazco in Devindra's absence, and the two take a long hard look at Google's hardware, software, as well as its experiments to see how it all fits into the concept of ambient computing. And the question is: How concerned do we need to be about all the data Google continues to glean about us?

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The Engadget Podcast is back and ready to explore how tech is helping (and hurting) our lives. Senior Editor Devindra Hardawar and Reviews Editor Cherlynn Low dive into a big question every week: Is Microsoft making better PCs than Here at Engadget , we cover consumer tech from every angle.

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Listen below, or subscribe on your podcast app of choice. If you've got suggestions or topics you'd like covered on the show, be sure to email us or drop a note in the comments! And be sure to check out our other podcasts, the Morning After and Engadget News!

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Hosts: Cherlynn Low and Chris Velazco

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Music: Terrence O'Brien

Google's Pixel 4 event takes place October 15th.
After a cornucopia of leaks, Google is finally ready to show what the Pixel 4 is all about. The internet giant has sent out invitations to see "a few new things Made by Google" at an October 15th event in New York City. It's not offering many clues about what to expect, but c'mon -- you can safely assume the Pixel 4 and 4 XL will be the centerpieces of the event with their touch-free gestures and 90Hz displays. It's everything else that's less certain. One possibility is a Nest Mini smart speaker that would replace the Home Mini. It's believed to be visually similar to the outgoing model, but would pack requested features like an audio output jack and a wall mount.

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