Intel Unison is now available to users. It can share files, make/receive calls & texts, reply to notifications, and sync the gallery between Android/iOS and Windows 11. Intel said it’ll only work with “select” Intel Evo PCs, but we were able to install it on my Surface Laptop Studio. (This might be a mistake they’ll fix, though!)
The big advantage of Intel Unison over Microsoft’s Phone Link is that the former supports iOS. Alas, it doesn’t support pairing multiple devices yet, screen mirroring, or clipboard syncing. While it does appear in Android’s share sheet, you can only share files, not text/links.
Hoping that Nearby Share for PC + Google’s app mirroring on Android 13 launches soon! Google announced Nearby Share for PC a year ago at CES 2022, so hopefully, they have an update for us at CES 2023!
NVIDIA is bringing GeForce NOW, its cloud gaming service, to cars. They’re partnering with Hyundai, BYD, and Polestar. The image NVIDIA shared in its press release looks like a concept render (look at the bezels on those rear seat screens), but you can get a more realistic sense of what it’ll look like from the video they shared on YouTube.
On the Polestar, which runs Android Automotive, it seems like you’ll be running GeForce NOW through a web browser (Vivaldi). Vivaldi isn’t available on Google Play for other AAOS devices (except for Renault).