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Android tablet growth

New Nexus 7

Nexus 7 pixels per inch

Nexus 7 camera

Nexus 7 specs

Android Jelly Bean 4.3

Restricted profiles

New lighting

Full HD 1080p video

Android 4.3 update

New Chrome on the Nexus 7

Full-screen view on Chrome

Google Hangouts on the Nexus 7

Apps designed for tablets

Google Play Games

Better gaming graphics

4G LTE Nexus 7

Chrome across devices

Chromecast

Stream YouTube videos to a TV

Stream Netflix with Chromecast

Connecting to a TV

Control audio

Google Play Music with Chromecast

Pandora on Chromecast

Desktop on Chromecast

Google Cast SDK

Connected services

Chromecast price

Google gathered the tech press in San Francisco for a breakfast with head of Android development Sundar Pichai Wednesday. Before the event, details for a new Nexus 7 leaked, but we could also see a new Android release, updates to Chrome, and possibly other new hardware. We're following every announcement on CNET's liveblog and adding shots of the event here.
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Sundar Pichai introduces the new Nexus 7
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Hugo Barra, vice president of Android Product Management at Google, shows off the newest Nexus 7.
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The new Nexus 7 has 323 pixels per inch.
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No Key Lime Pie yet, 4.3 is still called Jelly Bean.
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Limit access for kids, retail kiosks, and more.
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New lighting capabilities make lens flares and shadows look more realistic
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Netflix is the first app to start streaming video in HD 1080p quality on the Nexus 7.
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The over-the-air update for the Nexus 7 and other devices starts today.
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You can now browse apps in the Google Play store that are optimized for the Nexus 7 and other Android tablets
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Google has added a gaming center to Android, where you can view all your games in one place, check achievements, and compare your scores to your friends'.
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4G LTE versions of the Nexus 7 will available on T-Mobile, AT&T, and Verizon in the next few weeks.
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Google wants to connect all your content to all of your devices.
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Google introduced Chromecast, a small dongle that lets you stream video from your computer or Android device to a TV with a HDMI slot.
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With Chromecast, you can stream YouTube videos from an Android phone, iPhone, or tablet to your TV.
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You can also stream Netflix from a device to your TV with Chromecast.
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You can choose a TV with Chromecast to send videos to.
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Chromecast can control audio on you TV.
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You can share your desktop to your TV with Chromecast.
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Developers can use the new Google Cast SDK to develop apps that work with Chromecast.
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Already you can used Netflix, YouTube, Google Play Music, Google Play Movies, and Chrome with Chromecast.
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Chromecast is $35 and will be available at the Google Play Store, Best Buy, and Amazon starting today.
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