Good morning Austin. It's a wet, dreary day across Central Texas, but we're still happy to be here. And happy we survived the morning commute on Interstate 35.
Here are a few of the stories making news around the tech world this morning:
What's next for Google/Alphabet?
Google's parent company Alphabet is scheduled to report its quarterly earnings today, and Wall Street might have some tough questions for the company's leadership, particularly as it relates to its non-search engine businesses, BusinessInsider reports.
Sorting through streaming TV choices
With most of the biggest players in the streaming TV market -- Roku, Amazon, Google and Apple -- offering new gadgets and new services, there seems to be an endless number of options for getting streaming video from the Internet to your TV. The question is, which one -- or ones -- work best for you? The folks at CNet have tried them all and offer a pretty thorough review to help you make the best choice.
Why is the EU going after Android?
The European Commission is moving ahead with an antitrust investigation into Google's Android operating system. The folks at The Verge explain what's going on with the case, and why you should be paying attention to it.
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