How Android “listens” to you with ultra low power sensors (w/ Kieron Quinn)
Ever wondered how Android can just listen and identify a song at any time? Or how your phone can tell you’ve been in a car crash? Using an obscure Android resource that interacts with ultra low power sensors, Google has created powerful always-on integrations. But why aren’t other Android devices taking advantage of this?
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