PCWorld's June Digital Magazine: What's coming from Google

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In the June issue

This month we have all the news from Google I/O: Android P beta, huge Maps overhaul, Google Assistant gets personal. Our review of the Windows 10 April 2018 update reveals small fixes now, hinting at better things to come.

Other highlights include:

  • News: What still isn't clear about the future of Windows after Build 2018, plus Cortana gets the power of sight
  • Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga 3rd Gen: A speedy, premium 2-in-1 with a lofty price tag
  • SanDisk Extreme Pro M.2 NVMe 3D SSD review: High-end performance at bargain prices
  • Lenovo Mirage Solo review: No-wires VR arrives, and it's pretty awesome
  • Here's How: 12 awesome Google Assistant features you should be using

Video highlights

Watch: Nest has produced one of the best-looking DIY security systems on the market. There’s also real innovation here, as the Nest Secure can pull off quite a few tricks that no one else in the industry has been able to muster. But you'll pay for all these premium features. Watch our video.

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