Google unveils new software and products, including an updated Nexus 7 tablet and a TV streaming stick with huge potential.
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In this episode of Update, Bridget Carey breaks down the big news from Google, including:
crazy-cheap Chromecast dongle
, which streams video and music from phones, tablets and computers to any HD TV.
- New versions of the Nexus 7 tablet, on sale July 30 starting at $230.
- Updated features of
, which is rolling out first to Nexus devices.
- The launch of the
Google Play Games app
, which lets you see what games your friends are playing.
- In August, Google Play will roll out a
store for digital textbooks
. Renting a textbook for six months would cost 80% less than buying the book.
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