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iPad leak steals Google's Nexus glory

Just after Google announces its new Nexus lineup, Apple publishes images of the iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3 in the iTunes Store. Meanwhile, HBO shakes up the TV industry by cutting itself free from cable subscriptions.

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Apple spilled the iPad secrets early in an iPad user manual on iTunes. Funny timing for such a slip-up. Just before the leak, Google announced its new Lollipop-loaded Nexus 6 phone , the Nexus 9 tablet , and the called the Nexus Player .

But there's more. HBO announced it will offer online-only subscriptions in 2015, freeing fans from the requirement to subscribe to a cable or satellite service to stream shows. Watch CNET Update below for a quick summary, and get a lesson in Dothraki:

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CORRECTION NOTE: In this episode, I said the Nexus 6 hits stores on November 3rd, but that's only the launch date for the . Google did not specify which day the smartphone will arrive next month.

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