Google officially launched podcasts support for YouTube Music on Android, iOS, and the web. Starting April 27, the company has started rolling out podcasts to listeners in the United States gradually. The company also confirmed that it plans to bring podcasts in YouTube Music to other regions in the future.
As soon as the update reaches your Samsung Galaxy device, it will allow watching podcasts on the main app to continue listening to them on YouTube Music. All listeners can enjoy podcasts on-demand, offline, and in the background while casting and seamlessly switching between audio-video versions on the app.
This podcast listening experience is different from YouTube’s music listening experience where you need a Premium or Music Premium subscription to enjoy some of these features. It complements the podcast video experience on YouTube, and Google is quite excited for you to try it.
Podcasts in YouTube Music
Discover podcasts on the Home tab: You can find new podcast recommendations and unfinished episodes on the Home tab in YouTube Music. To filter your suggestions, tap Podcasts at the top of your Home screen.
Explore and discover new podcasts: The Explore tab allows you to find new podcasts to expand your library. View popular podcasts and episodes in your country/region, or browse by category, including:
- Health & Fitness
- Society & Culture
- True Crime
Search for podcasts: You can also search for available shows and episodes. Filter for Podcasts or Episodes at the top of the search page to narrow down your results.
Browse the channel page: The channel page displays other podcasts and episodes from a specific creator. You can also browse show details, add a podcast to your library, or download episodes from the channel page.
Samsung Launches Galaxy S23 FE – Epic Affordability and Flagship Excellence!
Samsung officially launched the Galaxy S23 FE smartphone. The device comes with flagship-grade specs while keeping affordability in order to avail epic experiences to even more consumers. There’s a lot to discuss in the new Fan Edition, let’s dive into the details!
The Galaxy S23 FE sports a 6.4-inch FHD+ Dynamic AMOLED 2X Display with an Adaptive 120Hz refresh rate. It weighs 209 grams and expands 76.5 X 158 X 8.2mm. Talking about appearance, it looks quite similar to its parent model; the Galaxy S23 and has thick bezels like the Galaxy A54.
On the rear panel, it’s equipped with a triple camera, consisting of a 12MP Ultra-Wide Camera, a 50MP Wide Camera with Adaptive Pixel technology, and an 8MP Telephoto Camera with 3x optical zoom. For selfies and video calling, there’s a 10MP front camera with an 80-degree field of view.
In some regions, the Galaxy S23 FE uses the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC from Qualcomm, while in others, it relies on the Exynos 2200 chip developed by Samsung. Both chips are manufactured on advanced 4nm process technology and paired with 8GB of RAM, with storage variants; 128GB and 256GB.
Moreover, a 4500mAh battery powers the Galaxy S23 FE, and the device supports 25W fast charging. Samsung says the device can charge up to 50% charge in around 30 minutes with a 25W adapter. It also supports Fast Wireless Charging 2.0 and Wireless PowerShare, letting you charge other Galaxy devices.
Out of the box, the Galaxy S23 FE runs Android 13-based One UI 5.1 operating system. The company confirmed that it will get four generations of Android/One UI upgrades and five years of security patches. Connectivity HW include 5G, LTE, Wi-Fi 6E and Bluetooth v5.3.
Colors – Graphite, Cream, Mint and Purple.
Tenstorrent to use Samsung’s advanced 4nm process to produce the chips
AI chip startup Tenstorrent recently announced that it will cooperate with Samsung to produce the next generation of AI chipsets, which will be manufactured using the 4nm SF4X process.
Tenstorrent praises the Samsung team as “known for its expertise in silicon manufacturing.” The chipsets will be manufactured using Samsung’s advanced SF4X process, which boasts an impressive 4nm architecture.
The company has built powerful RISC-V CPUs and AI acceleration chips, aiming to break through the computing boundaries of multiple industries such as data centers, automobiles, and robots.
These chipsets are designed to deliver scalable power from milliwatts to megawatts for a wide range of applications from edge devices to data centers.
Previous report reveals that Tenstorrent completed a new round of financing of $100 million in August this year, with participation from Hyundai Motor Group and Samsung Catalyst Fund, a venture capital company owned by Samsung.
Made in India Chromebooks: Google signs new partnership with HP
Google and HP have announced a partnership to manufacture Chromebooks in India, making them the first Chromebooks to be made in the country. The partnership aims to improve the digital education scenario in India by providing affordable and secure computing devices to students and educators.
According to the information, the Chromebooks will be produced at the Flex Facility near Chennai, where HP has been making various laptops and desktops since August 2020. The production of HP Chromebooks starts on October 2, 2023.
Chromebooks are the leading devices in K-12 education globally, with over 50 million students and teachers using them. Chromebooks have built-in accessibility and security features that make them ideal for online learning.
Today, Google and Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai confirmed the partnership through a tweet on X (Twitter). He mentioned, “We are partnering with HP to manufacture Chromebooks in India – These are the first Chromebooks to be made in India and will make it easier for Indian students to have access to affordable and secure computing.