Could a Nexus Q successor be on the way? Google's kept pretty quiet about the Nexus Q since removing it from sale last summer. Last we heard, the company was still working on refining its streaming sphere, and that was back in January.
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Mystery Google media player drops by the FCC
Specific partnerships not yet named; hotels, flights and reservations are the focus Speaking on one of the countless Google Developers Live talks at Google I/O , one of the creators of Google Now
Nexus 7 and other tablet users can now update to replace the Google Talk app Following its announcement at Google I/O, the new Hangouts app from Google has had a bit of a rocky rollout to certain devices. Because it replaces a pre-installed system app (Google Talk), there are some complications with pushing an update that makes so many changes.
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Hangouts updated to correct tablet compatibility issues
With API services outside of the core operating system, Google is taking back control of Android We didn't get a new version of Android this year at Google I/O . You can read all the lamenting and gnashing of teeth over this across the web, so I'll spare you the play by play of how it was supposed to happen (a proverbial lock), but didn't. Instead, I'll tell you a little bit about what we did get — a huge updated version of Google's service APIs , which turns out is much better.
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Google Play Services gives control of Android back to Google
Continuous playback over notifications and more bug fixes than you can shake a stick at Since making the move to a completely new design with Pocket Casts 4 , a few lingering bugs have been piling up. Those are getting squashed today, along with a few new feature adds, with a big update to the app today.
Pocket Casts updated with improvements and fixes galore
Vanilla, open-source Android available for 10-inch tablet on Sony GitHub Like the Xperia
PCS spectrum and 420,000 U.S. Cellular customers part of deal Sprint has announced that it's closed a deal to purchase PCS spectrum and a large number of customers from U.S. Cellular in the Midwest.
Sprint closes deal to buy spectrum and customers from U.S. Cellular in the Midwest
Available today from Samsung, $15 for pack of five tags Samsung has announced the availability of its second-generation TecTiles
Component supply issues behind it, HTC