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Google’s new feature makes switching Bluetooth audio devices a goddamn breeze

06/01/2022

Google didn’t present anything physically at this year’s CES, but instead opted to kick off 2022 with a ton of announcements related to new features for Android, Chromebooks, and smart devices to make your life easier. What I like the most from this bit of news is how wireless audio devices will become far less...
Google didn’t present anything physically at this year’s CES, but instead opted to kick off 2022 with a ton of announcements related to new features for Android, Chromebooks, and smart devices to make your life easier. What I like the most from this bit of news is how wireless audio devices will become far less cumbersome to connect and use. If you’re in the Apple ecosystem, everything is fine and dandy: your AirPods are paired in one tap, and switching between iPhone and Mac as an audio source is easy. That’s what Google is looking to replicate in its own…This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Google Google didn’t present anything physically at this year’s CES, but instead opted to kick off 2022 with a ton of announcements related to new features for Android, Chromebooks, and smart devices to make your life easier. What I like the most from this bit of news is how wireless audio devices will become far less cumbersome to connect and use. If you’re in the Apple ecosystem, everything is fine and dandy: your AirPods are paired in one tap, and switching between iPhone and Mac as an audio source is easy. That’s what Google is looking to replicate in its own…This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Google
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