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Google is making a few Android experiments official today

Google is making a few Android experiments official today

Google is always working on improving its Android apps and the operating system itself, heavily relying on public a/b tests that appear on some people's phones but not on others. But every once in a while, the company takes the time to announce some features formally, and today is another one of those days. Google is making a whole slew of known tests and a few brand-new changes official.

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A Bunch Of Jeopardy Nerds Have Never Heard Of Android Or Marshmallow

A Bunch Of Jeopardy Nerds Have Never Heard Of Android Or Marshmallow


Alright, so I get that most of what we cover here on Android Police probably goes straight over the head of an average Joe. Honestly, I don't expect anyone but the most hardcore Android enthusiasts to have ever heard of things like Google Play Services, kernel sources, or unlocked bootloaders. Heck, I'm always more than happy to teach people how to set up Google Photos and backup their digital memories for free or to use a Chromecast to mirror video and audio to a TV. It's my job to know this, and I'm fine with other people having different interests.

But sometimes I think the generalized ignorance has gone a bit too far.

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[I'll Take Search Engines For 400, Alex] Google Now Shows Info About Jeopardy Answers While You Watch

[I'll Take Search Engines For 400, Alex] Google Now Shows Info About Jeopardy Answers While You Watch

I love Jeopardy. If it wasn't for football and Agents of SHIELD, Jeopardy would be the only reason I have an over-the-air antenna hooked up to my TV. Apparently someone at Google feels the same way, because at least one viewer started seeing information about the quiz show's answers as they appear on television. The Google Now card live updated with the show as clues were chosen and then answered (in the form of a question).

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Long-time Jeopardy fans know that this is a big deal. A full game of Jeopardy can have as many as 61 questions, usually presented and answered in less than thirty seconds each, after which the game rapidly moves on.

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