Google is giving its Nexus fans a clearer picture of when it will "retire" older devices and stop updating them with new Android software updates.
A teardown of the APK for the next update to Google's photo backup and storage service has revealed some new features.
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Google's taking its Cardboard VR initiative to the next level, with a more capable VR platform.
The Taiwanese electronics company, which has struggled in recent years, previously made the Nexus One in 2010 and the Nexus 9 in 2014.
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