Roku's new streaming devices and Google's hybrid tablet
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Roku has debut a smothering of new streaming devices including 4K and HD arc capable hardware along with the cheap $30 stick that even undercuts Google's Chromecast.
It's been some time that the company refreshed its line of hardware but now there's suddenly a lot more options to choose from.
More reports are coming in regarding Google's event next mont Now according to Android Police and Nine To Five Google, it sounds like the company is set to debut a Nexus branded [UNKNOWN] tablet running a hybrid operating system that combines Android and Chrome OS called Andromeda.
Finally it's time to add one more major media company to the mix of would-be Twitter buyers.
Disney is reportedly eyeing approaches of the social media network, according to Blue Bird news.
Disney, which already owns ESPN and ABC, now joins Sale Force and Google on the short list of potential buyers.
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