Sony is the first hardware maker to offer the next-gen Android build to a non-Nexus model.
It's everything we expect to see from Google at their biggest event of the year. A new Android OS, a next-gen Chromecast, Android Wear and a new Photos App.
But a new Nexus tablet is apparently off the table, an unnamed source tells blog site Android Police.
Marvel's partnership with Samsung is bringing out an Iron Man phone, Meerkat comes to Android, and the Google App can answer "Star Wars" trivia.
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It may not be state-of-the-art by today's standards, but this unlocked Nexus 5 is still a premium smartphone -- now at an entry-level price.
LG announces its latest flagship phone, Google wants to buy your patents, and Nexus 6 sales have been dwindling for months.
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Glass is still an important platform to Google. Google's self-driving cars are coming by 2020, and Magic Leap shows off their vision of Augmented Reality.
The older model has been given the heave-ho so that Google can focus on the Nexus 6.
With Google Store, the search giant once again tries its hand at a specific website for Google branded devices, like Nexus phones and Chromebook laptops.
The popular phone, which is already available at rival carriers, will sell for $250 and can be purchased online starting Thursday and in stores starting March 19.
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