The Android Police podcast recently released a new episode featuring Will Sattelberg reporting from CES in Las Vegas. The episode also includes Ara and editor Jules (filling in for Daniel) sharing their experiences. The episode discusses the buzz at CES, including the presence of the Rabbit R1, Google’s Polestar, and Nelly’s performance in an empty arena.
If you are unable to listen to the podcast, you can reach out to Android Police at email@example.com for more information or inquiries about the content discussed in the episode.
The regular hosts of the podcast are Daniel Bader, Ara Wagoner, and Will Sattelberg, and the editor is Jules Wang. The episode also features music by “18” and “34” by HOME, licensed under CC BY 3.0.
Q: What is the Rabbit R1 mentioned in the Android Police podcast?
A: The Rabbit R1 is a topic of discussion in the Android Police podcast episode covering CES, indicating its relevance and impact at the event.
Q: How can I listen to the Android Police podcast episode featuring coverage of CES?
A: You can listen to the podcast episode by visiting the Android Police website or by accessing it through podcast streaming platforms.
Q: Who are the regular hosts of the Android Police podcast?
A: The regular hosts of the Android Police podcast are Daniel Bader, Ara Wagoner, and Will Sattelberg, with Jules Wang serving as the editor.
The Android Police podcast episode featuring coverage of CES provides insights into the happenings at the event, including the presence of the Rabbit R1 and other notable highlights. For more information or to access the full episode, you can contact Android Police at firstname.lastname@example.org or tune in to the episode on podcast platforms.