19 Burst results for "Rick Osterloh"

Google eliminates face scanner from its new Pixel 5 smartphone

Daily Tech News Show

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

Google eliminates face scanner from its new Pixel 5 smartphone

"A. Few. Follow ups from yesterday's big. Google announcements. Google's Rick. Osterloh told the verge that gestures and face recognition which were in the Pixel four and are gone in the Pixel five will return like MacArthur future models of the Pixel. He said the project solely sensor, which is the one that handles the gestures and makes it easy to do. The face recognition was too expensive for Pixel Five. They wanted to keep the price point down and that that apparatus was just too pricey at this point, but they do attend to bring it back in future pixels.

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"rick osterloh" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"rick osterloh" Discussed on This Week In Google

"I really cool. Assistant offerings and other things are all going to tie together in hardware so you know for an optimal service experience. You're going to want to have the hardware but regardless. I think that's an important thing. I think having your hardware marin software tied together is probably going to get more important over time and with like iot and ambient computing as they like to call it and then you know hello rick osterloh seeing overseeing the pixel business be curious if they brought someone else in for that. I don't really know what they're going to do with pixel. I always feel like it's okay to connect to us jeff. Don't do don't do what you did to the next seven. Don't do work doc by pixel the pixel going anywhere. I don't think they're going anywhere. I i just worry about any shift. I don't like change well and this would be a big change right like the the expectations for the pixel for pretty high. Google helped with that because they've they've confirmed what's already. That's already set in stone. Whatever that's it's gonna be it is whatever it is. It is <hes> sorta just potentially show different strategic view or somebody wanted control a bit or keep rick in there and so they're saying at least for now but if they make rick in charge of all of hardware and then they have this overarching view you could see things and let's let's have fun and go on the conspiracy train all right remember how they're building the fuchsia o._s. Which is supposed to be a browser for everything you could. Maybe start seeing among the tie ins across devices that google makes it could be more fun like your phone being able to talk directly to your assistance assistant. Somehow i know it talks to your sister over wifi if you want but maybe it would be more automatic and i know some people will hate this but it could could could start to kind of create these cool context clues and have things that you need follow you from device to device or pop up on the device where it matters at that moment in time yeah and that that requires a lot of integration that i don't think i mean god'll quick look at what's happening right now with g. Sweeten assistant and you're just like yeah yeah. All of their different units not not quite on the same page <hes> which is the longstanding story of google. You in you see that coming together. I mean actually at the end of this month. We're going to see the end of works with nest because they've decided detail that in and give themselves a little bit more control so so i mean is this going to be awesome for every single end user out there no but is it gonna make google's life easier and also create this more unified like vision and product strategy..

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"rick osterloh" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"rick osterloh" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Of pixel smartphone business is apparently moving on those staying at google in fact not just staying google moving into a position and working in sooner pachon office so moving on up for sure <hes> rick osterloh is gonna take over <hes> the pixels smartphone oh business for now but mario he's got a long legacy as far as google's hardwares concern pretty much the very beginning. He started in two thousand five. He was involved involved google's phone hardware since the beginning so he started on the next one <hes> then you know i know wasn't it nice google team. It had the little roly baldo at the bottom which happy that that that doesn't stick around as as a way of controlling our smartphones but at the time it was neat need <hes> yeah he was a ball to google tv chrome cast google wifi google home stadia and <hes> yeah so you were excited about this why well i was excited one because i think it helps push hardware which always has felt like an afterthought for google up it makes it feel lake their hardware ventures might become more prominent and important which i'm excited about because i think well part of music cited about it and part of me kind of sad because it could be that they're calling an apple strategy of locking people in with hardware to services and apples is very much a by our our services are locked to our hardware so by our hardware whereas google's i think will be hey..

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"rick osterloh" Discussed on The Vergecast

The Vergecast

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"rick osterloh" Discussed on The Vergecast

"I deeply love okay <hes> so yeah so they need need to put that little sensitivity thing out in case you put big case out and then you can't hit the edge just right there. That is the most android thing i've ever heard it all of the best in worst ways like there's a party that loves it because only google and only android comes up with that solution yup and as part of and it's like this is this this is this is the whole problem with android in a weird way. Android is more consistent than the iphone when it comes to swiping in from the left side of the screen even with that weird peak thing which which they should get rid of because on an iphone sometimes swiping in goes back and sometimes it opens up a drawer you never know was it opened up a door slack or a bunch of apps that that have georgina like a bunch of apps. If you swipe from the left sometimes you go up in the hierarchy and sometimes you open up drawer over on the left hand side. You never know and google just swiping in goes back the end okay so twitter. Yeah see whole bunch of apps. Oh this is like all over the place yeah. This is what i'm saying even the twitter app. It's like all right yeah. You never really know no. I know i figured it out yeah. I'm not gonna tell you okay no. It's it goes back in the hierarchy until you get to haul yes us which is sure it does something different depending on the context which is exactly what you want in a user design user interface design. Especially for an undiscovered will just yet so. I haven't seen as much about this. I just got the the beta on my phone just before the verge castle. I'm now expert foreigners. If you swipe oh god back on the bottom left or bottom quarter if you swipe back that's not a back. That's the assistant. The google assistant is a diagonal swipe in from either of the bottom corners that is correct and they are constantly changing the animation to try and figure out how to make it visible and understandable well and not annoying as hell like i'm being tricked and <hes> little little tidbit there. I think they can change it without having to push an entire android update like they. It could be like no one's using this. Let's tweak sitting on the server and that will like so. They're like the betas without the betas. Updating all right one is q. You coming out for real <hes> a few weeks quote unquote. Oh oh yeah so this is this is like this is what we're getting and <hes> everyone's very mad and i. I think they're very mad because google negotiated with terrorists. They tried to like give everybody what they wanted and they should have just said. No this how we're taking over and we're doing google way to do it right. The most google way to do it is like now made us ed active for back jasper but that doesn't even affect the thing that people blur unhappy about yeah. That's that's why it's the most google it's like. All of you are mad about google reader going away <hes> but here's a number of options in youtube. It's in the same also nine to five mac got a huge <hes> pixel scoop <hes> they've got like a whole bunch of specs and most hosted which are like basically what you would expect them to be the two interesting things are <hes> sounds like they're gonna go for a ninety hertz refresh rate screen so it'll be smoother and there is a quote unquote d._s._l. Attachment for the cameras on the back. What like eleventh it is like. It's like i'm also the guy in charge. A pixel mario karaz just got like a ascended up like a like a like a deity too soon dart's office and rick osterloh is taking over taking charge of pixel directly for the time being <hes> yeah okay right before like weeks before the pixel fours sooners like look rick. You've been tweeting about it for weeks like running like what are we doing here. Okay all right. We gotta take a break. Julia alexander is gonna join us talk about the streaming. Moore's we'll be right back. This episode of the verge has brought to you.

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"rick osterloh" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

Android Central Podcast

13:30 min | 1 year ago

"rick osterloh" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

"You will not regret it. Okay. We are running through these topics Andrew, but we have two more to go, and they are doozies with capital, dis. The first one is that yesterday. It was kind of came out of the blue but computer worlds are fringe Raphael had a scoop that he learned that Google is out of the tablet game like they've just done. They, they're not gonna make any more tablets. They are not making a follow up to the pixel slate they are out, and then they also also said that they would most likely follow up with a pixel book successor in twenty nineteen, which is really good news because it wasn't updated last year for obvious reasons. And then the man himself Rick Osterloh literally like scoops the, the leak again because why not on a roll here, and basically said that that's true. We're no longer in the tablet game but rest assured that we are committed to our partners when it comes to Android, and chrome, tablets, so that is a lot to unpack here. So let's start from the beginning. No more Google, tablets. What does that mean? For Ray because all their tablets since the next seven been compromised and not great. It doesn't really come as a massive surprise, when we had will, first of all because the tablets being bad part. But the general Android, tablets being bad part. Also, the chrome OS as a tablet operating system, not making sense, part. And then we had had this previous rumor back in March where it was. It was said that there were some tablets that were in the works, like a medium size in small sized tablet, that got canned. And those people that were working on those tablets were re you know, said, okay, well, this isn't going to be replaced with another tablet. You're going to work on laptops in the Google hardware division. And so the writing continuted. To be added to the wall, when they of course, when the pixel slate came out, and it was not fantastic. And then they cut back on models. And, you know, all these different little things, you're like, why are they continuing to just like bash their heads into a wall about? Tablets, and this weird dual tablet strategy of having the Android tablets, and the chrome OS, tablets, just didn't make a whole lot of sense. Anyway. The, the interesting part is Rick Osterloh being just confirming. It'd be like, yeah, we're no more rumors like we're actually just not making tablets anymore. And the crazy part, there is, is like, if Google just gonna come up straight up say, like, yeah, tablets just don't work for us with Android, or chrome OS. Oh, but we're happy to have our partners, make them as if you're one of these partners. How do you feel about that? I don't know. I mean it's so on the one hand. You know, this is sort of the Microsoft conundrum, and it's. Goes to show just a how difficult it is to design hardware, that makes sense for a mainstream audience, right? The pixel slate. Was was a cautionary tale in a number of ways. Right. They released four different models. One of them never got released or two of them never really got released, and they went all the way from, like six hundred dollars, which is the one that didn't get released because it's hardware was just too damn slow to, to run chrome all the way to like sixteen hundred dollars for a tablet that you had to pay extra for a keyboard. Yeah. I don't think that there was as the it wasn't so much that the product itself was not like well, designed the hardware wasn't well done. It was just that the value proposition was not at all. They're considering the price and what was being offered and the operating systems, just not being up to speed. I mean, this is the case all the way at the pixel see. So. Absolutely. I mean, we heard rumors that the pixel see was supposed to be a chrome device, and it wasn't ready at the time. And then there was no follow up to that for a couple of years. And then here we get the pixel the pixel slate and, you know, it made sense at the time that Google would not Bill. It's own Android based tablet anymore. Android tablets have been languishing for years. It's no secret. I mean to companies basically, build Android, tablets Samsung, and wall way the rest of the Android tablets are either using four versions of Android. Or they're these cheapie WalMart, branded crap tablets that nobody should buy. So putting chrome on it needs sense. But this, this enormous cloud of whether Google could make chrome into a touch friendly west was hanging over that release from the moment, we demo noted in October of him and it got delayed. And it got delayed eventually gets release, and even though we reviewed the, the tablet on the second most powerful skew which was a core. I five with plenty of ram this shouldn't have any problem running chrome and yet it shocked, and it was awkward and didn't make sense, the way that you interacted with it from a tablet to a laptop, and the whole thing, just felt unfinished in a way that the pixel book never did. And I just don't know how ever passed Google's quality control while. Yeah, I don't understand how. Did either? But that's the crazy part is at the pixel book is so good as a laptop, you know, it's a it's, obviously a super thin enlighten well-designed one. But you just you do have the extra Ford Ince's of it being an actual laptop with laptop internals, not trying to pull this double duty thing with all the thermal constriction restrictions of the pixel slate, but it is just crazy the same. Now, the same people per se, but the same group could make the pixelbook so great. And then make the pixel slate be such a. Charitable just not just not good product. So I mean on the one hand like you said the pixel book was this, like, it's, it's miraculous. How fantastic this product is. But it's also you know, it's a two and one, you can turn that keyboard around and use it as a tablet. Nobody really does that. But the way that Google tried to address the tablet problem for chrome OS was to build this tablet, only interface where it's sort of it was like this, hybrid between an ipad and a full desktop or you have. You know, you can like dragon drop between windows you have the sort of pinch out view. You have these afford Ince's that make touch targets bigger things like that. But even today in June twenty nineteen with how many like they update chrome every six weeks. So, you know, a like a half dozen. You know, four or five major updates to chrome. They still haven't fixed the bulk of the performance issues. This is like even our even like Jerry who loves chrome and who's very, very forgiving of a product like the pixel book or pixel slate is not going to go out of his way to complement Google's touch changes for the us. Yeah. That's the craziest thing is that. You can you can have problems with the way that the interface works, and not having that kind of tablet touch only paradigm set up properly, but the performance problems are inexcusable. I mean you can have interface issues and not be able to handle window management properly. Like those are really tough things in something you would expect in the transition from a desktop style operating system to a tablet one but not being able to run smoothly is not something that should be excused. And if they re this really was like top people put this thing together, and this was the result than yet maybe they shouldn't make tablets anymore, but I mean on a higher level we're also talking about. The hardware group and the software group are not the same people. And even though Google is no longer making tablets. It's not gonna stop optimizing chrome for the tablet form factor because we still have companies like HP like Dell like a Seuss building Chromebooks, and we know that they're going to try to make the chrome tablet thing. So it let's kind of think take a step back for a second and think, is now Google going to invest. It's resources that they couldn't get for its own products into a product for its partners. And this is dealer bone from the verge had editorial today where he sort of like laid it out in a way that I think makes a lot of sense. He said that when Google invest fully in something they do it. Right. I mean Android, they have improved Android to the point where it is basically the best mobile operating system in the world. I as somebody who came to this job largely using an iphone for most things I prefer using Android today. It's objectively in my opinion, a better offering system. They never did that with chrome tach, I think Chroma still has some growing pains from a laptop perspective. But by and large, you can use chrome for your daily workload. Nope. Problems. But you know, they just kind of gave up when it came to this, this paradigm shift, and I think they did the same thing with where Wes. They have not fully invested in making this a thing. And if you don't invest fully, it's basically dead in the interesting thing, there is the, this discussion of we won't do it, but partners can do it is just not gonna work. If Google presumably put a lot of work into these tablets over several years. Okay. You can be quiet phone listening to me, if it put all of these resources into making tablets, and it could make it happen. There's no incentive or structure in place. Expecting the other companies to do a better job. It just doesn't make a whole lot of sense. It doesn't align with what you would expect you want Google to be able to show you how it's done and up to this point. They haven't that's the crazy thing other than other than the high end Chromebooks which, you know, is out of the tablet sphere entirely. They haven't shown how it's done for his bad as Android, tablets are the best ones have not been Google's. They've been coming from other companies like Samsung, right? So, you know, I think I think there's also something to be said for, like I wanna give Google the benefit of the doubt here as big a company as it is, they don't have a long legacy of hardware, and maybe just comes down to the fact that they were spreading themselves too thin building, too many different types of products, and that they wanted to be able to focus on the form factors that their specific hardware team could do. Right. And, and I want again continue giving them the benefit of the doubt by saying that even though they are no longer building hardware, tablet hardware internally that does not mean that they're putting any less emphasis on optimizing chrome for touch that may not be true. But I don't think there's not a good sign..

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Did iPadOS kill the Pixel Slate?

Android Central Podcast

04:54 min | 1 year ago

Did iPadOS kill the Pixel Slate?

"No more Google, tablets. What does that mean? For Ray because all their tablets since the next seven been compromised and not great. It doesn't really come as a massive surprise, when we had will, first of all because the tablets being bad part. But the general Android, tablets being bad part. Also, the chrome OS as a tablet operating system, not making sense, part. And then we had had this previous rumor back in March where it was. It was said that there were some tablets that were in the works, like a medium size in small sized tablet, that got canned. And those people that were working on those tablets were re you know, said, okay, well, this isn't going to be replaced with another tablet. You're going to work on laptops in the Google hardware division. And so the writing continuted. To be added to the wall, when they of course, when the pixel slate came out, and it was not fantastic. And then they cut back on models. And, you know, all these different little things, you're like, why are they continuing to just like bash their heads into a wall about? Tablets, and this weird dual tablet strategy of having the Android tablets, and the chrome OS, tablets, just didn't make a whole lot of sense. Anyway. The, the interesting part is Rick Osterloh being just confirming. It'd be like, yeah, we're no more rumors like we're actually just not making tablets anymore. And the crazy part, there is, is like, if Google just gonna come up straight up say, like, yeah, tablets just don't work for us with Android, or chrome OS. Oh, but we're happy to have our partners, make them as if you're one of these partners. How do you feel about that? I don't know. I mean it's so on the one hand. You know, this is sort of the Microsoft conundrum, and it's. Goes to show just a how difficult it is to design hardware, that makes sense for a mainstream audience, right? The pixel slate. Was was a cautionary tale in a number of ways. Right. They released four different models. One of them never got released or two of them never really got released, and they went all the way from, like six hundred dollars, which is the one that didn't get released because it's hardware was just too damn slow to, to run chrome all the way to like sixteen hundred dollars for a tablet that you had to pay extra for a keyboard. Yeah. I don't think that there was as the it wasn't so much that the product itself was not like well, designed the hardware wasn't well done. It was just that the value proposition was not at all. They're considering the price and what was being offered and the operating systems, just not being up to speed. I mean, this is the case all the way at the pixel see. So. Absolutely. I mean, we heard rumors that the pixel see was supposed to be a chrome device, and it wasn't ready at the time. And then there was no follow up to that for a couple of years. And then here we get the pixel the pixel slate and, you know, it made sense at the time that Google would not Bill. It's own Android based tablet anymore. Android tablets have been languishing for years. It's no secret. I mean to companies basically, build Android, tablets Samsung, and wall way the rest of the Android tablets are either using four versions of Android. Or they're these cheapie WalMart, branded crap tablets that nobody should buy. So putting chrome on it needs sense. But this, this enormous cloud of whether Google could make chrome into a touch friendly west was hanging over that release from the moment, we demo noted in October of him and it got delayed. And it got delayed eventually gets release, and even though we reviewed the, the tablet on the second most powerful skew which was a core. I five with plenty of ram this shouldn't have any problem running chrome and yet it shocked, and it was awkward and didn't make sense, the way that you interacted with it from a tablet to a laptop, and the whole thing, just felt unfinished in a way that the pixel book never did. And I just don't know how ever passed Google's quality

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"rick osterloh" Discussed on Material

Material

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"rick osterloh" Discussed on Material

"And then tell they what kind of messages that sort of Amazon also did that by the way, it was having people listening. I mean, I get it. You have to listen to those things, but like I would feel comfortable if it was a machine for some reason, I would feel more comfortable if it was a machine doing it. Because at least I would know it's all mathematical and not like some person being like they're talking about stupid stuff. You know? Anyway, to round off kind of the hardware this because this was more of a hardware. This was particularly hardware. Heavy Google compared to last couple of years, which I have to say as nice change of pace the pixel three a and three a X L were finally released finally showed off to everybody in three beautiful colors, a white one a black one and a purple ish lilac, it's lilac, and it's springtime everybody. Honestly, it's actually not that purple in person. It's issue purple. Like, you could tell it's supposed to be purple. But it's so lights like the machine ran out of toner as they were making the phone precisely actually that's a great way to describe it and then with a really neon button. I got to take one of these home, which I'm going to log onto the beta get it all set up this weekend. I want to talk about it more next weekend. And let y'all know my impressions about it. I'm excited to use it because I want to know of this is something that I can start recommending to folks because this is a four hundred dollar phone. It starts at four hundred dollars. It has a headphone Jack, which is going to make it accessible to so many more markets and not just be like, hey, you need to have bluetooth for this or a special adapter. I'll tell you what courage is about carriage. Literally, what they said said we're taking this feature because we have courage. Sorry. By the way, I'm listening to you three pair of apple buds that my friend. Let me borrow do. Sound very good on them. I have to say I haven't heard a while. They're wired wired. Yes. Your standard three point five millimeter. So it looks like it's supposed to have the same camera system without the pixel visual core. Again, I'm gonna be the judge of that. When I get to like, go out and take simultaneous pictures while the things Prenton. They were dunking on apple a tiny bit, which I kind of feel like it's time. It's just time like apples been deliberately coming after Google in its keynotes. And I know this is silly. But for those of us were fans that can be kinda fun 'cause it's like marvel versus DC. So you know, one can into the other. So what other makers do with expensive hardware, we do with AI repair comparing the pixel three to the iphone ten which I just think you know, what? Again, it's time. All let you have that you you deserve to have your, you know, your little punch to particularly because punch each other all the time these companies, particularly because the camera is like one of maybe the tent pole feature the thing they really really point out that here's how much we've improved this whatever it is. And they're very very happy to grant it in nightside own. Only show. Here's the thousand dollar camera versus here is our four hundred dollar camera. And with an okay, yes. In in a club with zero lighting. Yes. Night-sight does make the difference. But if it really does have the same the same lens system the same sensor system. The only thing that it's missing is again that picture pixel visual courtship for like machine learning stuff then. Yeah. The a four hundred dollar phone can really be just as good as like a twenty eighteen iphone X. That's that's celebrator. That's good. I just have to say as a side note. I did go up to Rick Osterloh..

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"rick osterloh" Discussed on Tech News Today

Tech News Today

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"rick osterloh" Discussed on Tech News Today

"And we think cash live for their support of techniques weekly. Google did it again, go Braaten Rick Osterloh, formerly of voter Rolla in to head the newly defined hardware division and effort to bolster its own internal hardware offerings viewers back and we've seen the pixel phones do reasonably well pixel books and slates on the other hand regularly get called out as being too expensive for what they are web, browsing computers note that I actually door my pixel book, I'm not using it right now using the slate, which I think is also neat. But I actually really love the pixel book I'm somewhat torn on this anyhow business insider ran a report this week that claimed that Google was leading a number of its employees in that tablet, and laptop division. Go asking them to search for new jobs within the company, which is often what Google does when they're shuttering things. They just move him somewhere else. Moved the team to new seats instead of actually canning them out. Right. Which is good. That's great. You know, they get put to work in other places. The problem is that this kind of reduction in staff. Half is going to undoubtedly result in paring, down on plan products that they might have in the pipeline to be released the reporting mentions that Google had a quote bunch of stuff in the works. So who knows how this is going to affect the release of those products. But it's just like it's hard to know with Google anymore. What's safe because nothing feels safe with Google? It comes to products any when it comes to services. You just don't really know..

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"rick osterloh" Discussed on Material

Material

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"rick osterloh" Discussed on Material

"Swee scrape ag to advise on potential sale as received interest from at least one suitor the people said essentially now actively shopping itself to potential suitors one of the people said i probably didn't have to cut and paste that one but basically that they're considering selling the entire company including its batons including its hardware upcoming smart home device and a camera attached for the phone that the engineering talent would come along and may be even the executive board would come to it which would be kinda funny if will to buy it and we to bring andy rubin high basically by him back i don't know about that so it's not as though this is deaf they're going underground they're definitely trying to figure out how to continue to do stuff that doesn't involve again some sort of auction of office furniture but i'm thinking about so for spalding there happen to rick osterloh former any lives if he people in our ally and then like he laughed and i came back and now is like the head of hardware basically google so it would be no surprise if this happened to andy rubin also the reason i say that because he's working down there in silicon valley near google and i have i'm sure he sees he's got to be saying these people for lunch i mean i'm sure i'm sure it's on the books for him and and i also kind of feel like with that be so bad if essential got rolled up into google and then it became the became the premium hardware you know makers or something i don't know this is completely off of my own flow doesn't flow pretends like she doesn't really understand how companies work but if it were in my own idealism it would be you know they already got an acc now they wanna take all take the people back essentially from central.

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"rick osterloh" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly

Pocket Now Weekly

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"rick osterloh" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly

"Tom where we collect all of your questions and we use that as a fodder for mailbag in listener take the wheel episodes to try and produce at the end of each month so gills you've got the you've got crazy list for our rundown this let's let's jump into the top headlines from pocket now dominated so or the week of march nineteen twenty eight this is all the mobile techniques that has fit the podcast there are conflicting views to how many new model phones we'll be able the cell from this number taiwanese industry sources say that apple has ordered at least one hundred ten million ole at this ways and seventy million lcd displays korean sources say that only fifty million ola displays will be had and one hundred fifty million lcd's gotten believe that too old iphone variance will be priced well in above one lcd model meantime apple facebook and google are reported to be preceding a buyout of image startup late tro best known for its light field cameras tech crunch reports that were google's part it will pay between twenty five and forty million dollars for an asset acquisition as opposed to a corporal won the big reason why it's the favourite posta win google hardware s vp rick osterloh on late rose or directors see what happens with this one corporate presentation slide supposedly dug up from one plus at orders has detailed the one plus six to have top line specifications including up to two hundred fifty six gigabytes of storage other specs since dug up include a twenty pixel selfie camera the price for meeting thing like this supposedly seven hundred twenty nine dollars surpassing the max specht one five t of just a few months ago by nearly two hundred dollars off to see what we can dig into that one.

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"rick osterloh" Discussed on Material

Material

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"rick osterloh" Discussed on Material

"So i have a feeling doing this integration will be better for the overall just google product trajectory and i imagine with like rick osterloh being there i mean he knows this this is his thing is having all these brandt he's weaving in all these different branches into one little like google cluster of hardware makers motorola she see loyalty and i'm assuming an sar gugel he's in crave pixel he's in control and yeah workers who seemed control google home the be covers thing if they were to just take food take the messed logo and say anything that is not something that you type in to will call that a nest because that's a that's a more friendly thing warmer they just want have the the goodwill thing i think now still stands the smart home because the nest is you know the physical like fiscal less like the idea that this is i think it's very good branding if it stays nasty instead of going google man this is gonna be a year were these ecosystems are just going to grow for everybody not just google also expect to see this happening across the brand board the board of brands kubota's fronts i really hope that could manage this this world because i feel like the loss for use of goo goo harbor relates was has been a big improvement on the soft the kind before and yeah they will even on the software is a lot things 'cause when you think about it okay i wanna cut a custom on back to my of 2015 that's when google photos lawn so did not have banks than didn't have done a good we should them we should have like a tomen of wind flow elected into 94 vang's and therefore bangs he has bp and ad i bet.

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"rick osterloh" Discussed on All About Android

All About Android

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"rick osterloh" Discussed on All About Android

"Aw whom lyle talk about the importance of google assistance said building that i and now we're seeing a come to fruition with gugel home with the big speaker with the integrations into these screen devices we saw cis and so like feel kubo's kind of like the sneak peek into the concepts of what we're gonna see and then later this year we see them an actual products which is always on the exact was speaking of fun google did not make an easy to find out when google io would be uh they revealed the dates through an online puzzle uh that lots of lots of people scrambled to play a very right ready player one asks type thing uh to solve the puzzle he had to work through rooms aghoul maps to discover clues and reveal the date in the location 2018 and lots of people did it they and they decipher the fact that it would be may eighth in mountain view um so i don't remember if i made a prediction whether they were going to move back to san francisco or not the sheer i probably said they would've and if i did i was wrong so made a couple there uh but yeah so start the clock the countdown clock to google while will starter predictions in the next few weeks of what is what the sea of shirts a get more exciting as we get there but some more interesting goodwill news coming out of google hardware division a blog went up on a google koogle's blog uh from risk rick osterloh uh flows a big fan of rick the head of google harbor decision and basically announcing that they officially closed the deal with htc and they're now welcoming law all their new teammates from acc which features a lot of a designers and product designers coming from the eighty size as well as engineers and the the blockposts goes on to kind of highlight some of the great things that hec google have done so far together uh working very closely since you know is the first three g smartphone or two doesn't five and then of course more recently working together on the pixel and the pixel to um so this is you know this is that big move the goodwill made last fall in not quite acquiring a.

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"rick osterloh" Discussed on All About Android

All About Android

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"rick osterloh" Discussed on All About Android

"Stint staff show that's that's blocking us glue he was not be a lot of really really hard and even this morning you saw rick osterloh i think was hanging out near the chip today show they were putting the grew home many and be like you should by this they are going hard core on this is how they're gonna lay out this is how they're gonna is so i'm i'm curious single league citing excellent wrong what's so what's your story what's muscle or morning glory just gotta twitter dot com slash roddick so instagram stuck on such products oh that's her a must act of these days and just the joy in life is the holidays i got a wreath for she star wars circle hood areas attitude christmas trees don't forget i do a to christmas trees you can't see them in the shop a one is of over there one is outside we'd a lovely holiday party this past week energis goodridge the joined the season so easy into the holidays taken it easy getting ready for 2018 so on on ah victor thank you as always appreciate all your help as always the especially because i've been compiling all the best of clips and as it is every year for the show toll hot of clips i apologise hillary victor an oriole cake next week yes yes we are victor nice kit he's he's writing it into his calendar right about that and my goal will keep held i'm driving one from cookie right now go african uh you can find what i'm up to well i mean basically what i'm up to right now is is the yellow gold kick kickstarter this is the last week it ends on saturday it's a nailbiter it's not quite do at this point i have faith i have hope but i'm very nervous so go to yellow gold of music dot com slash kickstarter oh it's got up a little bit and if you want to pitch in on this it's super closes probably about seventy eight almost eighty percent of the way there at this point so it's so close that it would be robust of the didn't fund but hey that's how kickstarter works and on finding their way but if you wanna get in on it yellow gold music dot com slash kickstarter you'll be one of the first reading come on you do this it.

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"rick osterloh" Discussed on The Android Police Podcast

The Android Police Podcast

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"rick osterloh" Discussed on The Android Police Podcast

"We can talk about um this as as things really cool the next thing is interesting so this story we're actually gonna skip over a review we did because it's you know it's a fit that ionic if he has really wanna know about it you should read the be onsite ryan reviewed it spoilers on frigates our watch um and let's talk about goodwill nest so according to a report from the wall street journal google wants to integrate the nest and we will hardware teams which only makes a lot of sets its it was very bizarre that a kept nest as a separate entity when they did the reorganization in the first place it would have made because that's red iran win rick osterloh was starting the the hard routine middle made so much sense to just keep nest as part of google but they did and for for everyone that has no idea what we're talking about um obviously google reorganize itself back in 2015 and they sort of made their own umbrella company called alphabet and a bunch of companies that used the under google went to being under alphabet and one of those was nest so for a couple of years ness has kind of been its own thing alongside google but with a little bit of overlap well and i think the reason that that that happened in the first place was basically to keep tony fidel around wasn't it um or at least for the little bit longer that they did iin i admit i'm not totally caught up with is he still there i thought he left out yet tony could also y'all so i i have a feeling that they split nest off into alphabet just to keep him around and at the at the point where he left there was it it's like okay we don't have a good person leading this anyway let's start planning on bringing this into in house.

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"rick osterloh" Discussed on The Vergecast

The Vergecast

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"rick osterloh" Discussed on The Vergecast

"Whatever on it it doesn't matter put the fuchsia the way the flemming google revolutionary new operating system i'll tell you right now you can take this crumble can you can you can read it and you could just run lennox on it and if you really want to you're crazy probably find a way to get a to on the saint paul well yeah that's while i'm thinking i'm thinking in straight hacking tosh no no uh so that we cut far away from my original second half of crushed my twopart question uh fiasco yesno second part pixel book aside because it's a pretty limited product that goodwill basically made for itself or is it the future of and and read hastings a sea of a foot injury n d to brown the executive editor verge but they're big consumer products the phone an the home many both compromised in some way are their consequences just like rick osterloh runs this thing it it it is sooner or call you the office to me like wti ferick or are they just hope so but here in my opinion here's the worst than google could do yeah oh turns that were bad at this well it was just like barema walkaway that that is the stigma that hangs over every google project is this and other gugel wave yet that's what everybody's thicket by i give away was actually very smart where it's time and i think about it every day genius every time somebody sends me an email that should have been a google doc i wish i could waive the fuck off athens every day how do we out a pole it please every time we have to make a google dr like plan out something at the verge i'm just like what now here's this code thing what's that it looks good it's like it's like hyper card meets file maker meet schuylkill doc speeds like like you could take like.

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"rick osterloh" Discussed on BBC - Tech Tent

BBC - Tech Tent

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"rick osterloh" Discussed on BBC - Tech Tent

"We all know this better than anyone but the playing field for hardware components is levelling off to be honest it's going to be tougher and tougher for people to develop new exciting products each year because that's no longer the timetable for big leaps forward in hardware alone the next big innovation will happen at the intersection of ai software and hardware you're like me and my hard to gather the household together for those family moments like dinnertime or moving night well to help for launching a new feature called broadcast to say hey google broadcast is family for school data broadcasting now the assistant will broadcast a message to all the other google home devices in my house parents are gonna love this feature kids kids are gonna hate the feature but that's what makes it useful who goes rick osterloh and rashid chandra launching a new range of pixels smartphones and home intelligent speaker devices there at a large event in london i put it to crispin larry managing director for hardware in europe the guru was hardly changing the world with each new devices i think that's a little unfair to say when you look at actually that what we're trying to do with hardware is really bring the customer to the center of it so you haven't got a standalone hardware product that just sit on its own terms you've got things like google photos working with the best smartphone camera in the world today google assistant is incredibly helpful and then the koogle home device itself just brings that to life.

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"rick osterloh" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"rick osterloh" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"Palo alto that's the one twenty percent revenue growth expected this year and next trading six times sales on a gap basis should become profitable next year that's the pureplay might be all right so i had apple sinking from its highs in september so what's wrong with america's most beloved technician says nothing it might be your best chance to buy explained i melissa you're watching past financially embassy first and business worldwide in the meantime here's what else is coming up on pass one that simple staunch with the words job com them heart surgey plus karen's bringing the pitching a nine dog doubled in the past three months and g things that could double again the name when welcome back to pass money google unveiling a slew of a brand new products today at their big event in san francisco let's get to trash looked in at the event site with all the details hijacked well melissa google did take the wraps off its new smartphones today's so have these new phones stack up against some big rivals googles all new pixel phones they coming to sizes so fiveinch and six cents compared to four point seven and five point five for the new iphone eight and eight plus pixel boast oh led screens while the eight has lcd screens a pixel does not have wireless charging while the eight and eight plus do the price the pixels starts at six hundred forty nine dollars while the eight starts at six hundred and ninety nine dollars course it's also question who's making money from these devices gene munster of loot ventures says that by his estimate apple controls that eighty percent of smartphone profits in the us about sixty percent worldwide i also did today catch up with rick osterloh he is google senior vice president hardware i asked him what's going to differentiate his device he said it was the camera taken listen.

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"rick osterloh" Discussed on Acquired

Acquired

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"rick osterloh" Discussed on Acquired

"And you know i it is worth calling out at how how big of a player um are how big of a deal i pee was as part of that motorola transaction it absolutely was but with super interesting as lake again that was the story and then when they sold moeller motorola that was that was the real emphasis that this on the story hey this was really a you know and i pee thing and we dabbled in hardware we decided it didn't make sense weary i'm sure in tech themes you will get into the vertical versus horizontal approach to to accompany didn't make sense as a horizontal provider of android to also be a vertical provider and compete with our partners um but now they're doing the same thing all over again yeah yeah yeah and it's worth pausing here for a second so i'll listeners i think this cannot right before we started recording gugel has confirmed the news google signs agreement with htc continuing our big bet on hardware and uh written by none other than rick osterloh who david just just mentioned and the key uh sentence in this blog post is uh let's see here with this agreement a team of htc talent will join gugel as a part of the hardware organization these fellow gubler's are amazing folks we've already been working with closely on the pixels smartphone line and we're excited to see what we can do together as one team the deal also includes a non exclusive licence for each t c intellectual property.

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"rick osterloh" Discussed on The Vergecast

The Vergecast

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"rick osterloh" Discussed on The Vergecast

"All right i mean he wants google the buyum rate now i mean he doesn't i know he doesn't like they're building a companies to like not make that happen but it's like susan yeah think he wants to really putting it than accompany three sally put it this way would you rather have rick australis harjic googles hardware efforts are handy riven rick osterloh i've seen andy ruminates hardware ideas it looks like the next is fucking queue dougals harbours so much better now than it was under rubin a loyal member experience i'll give you that uh take it all back and even when ruin was in charge of hardware rick austrial it was in charge of harder it motorola and they made the droid which is the only reason enroute successful when he made like the modal either of g made modal cool again rave ever wait wasn't wreck australia motor for the droid those his vets his fellow yeah yeah i'm so like definitely there for the g andy rubin going up against rick osterloh with android phones version history here like uh i'm just letting out all my attention from earlier on any roof trip let's invite them to our podcast two of them some time oh my god that would be incredible it just be really fun it would just be like in hour of 10 silence and you'd have to interpret the silence is being rather relative fleet seal like the we we that we need a new podcast app that translates glares into audio a stone stonefaced so let's of great new zealand's on how to get like miles to improvise something on the keyboard like just briefly since just one of those endless rising tones that's anti unaccountable shifting like what is what is this out of uncomfortable shifting oh you know what you need you need a podcast player that sentiment analysis and then changes the color of the screen.

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