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Google now lets you use an iPhone as a physical security key; HP might make printer ink cheaper; Google assistant gets some helpful new features; Verizon launches a privacy focused search site with some nifty tricks; Fitbit activates blood oxygen monitoring sensors in existing devices.

Listeners ask about the end of Windows 7, AirPods Pro issues, a way to export text messages to PDF, upgrading to a new TV and whether an app called Drivemode is recommended.

Links Mentioned:

Google iPhone Security Key

https://9to5google.com/2020/01/14/iphone-google-security-key/

Fitbit Oxygen Sensors

https://9to5mac.com/2020/01/15/fitbit-blood-oxygen-monitoring-before-apple-watch/

Verizon OneSearch

https://www.verizonmedia.com/press/2020/01/14/verizon-media-launches-privacy-focused-search-engine-onesearch

New Google Assistant Features

https://www.blog.google/products/assistant/ces-2020-google-assistant/

HP Cheaper Ink

https://www.techspot.com/news/83561-hp-might-start-making-ink-cartridges-more-affordable.html

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