this is cnet and hear the stories that matter right now Andy Rubin the man who gets credited with inventing Android with an Android phone of his own under his company called essential the essential phone and nearly all screen with a 5.7 1 inch edge-to-edge display and Snapdragon 835 processor The phone will make use of magnetic mods, small gadgets that can attach to the device such as 360 camera.
The Essential phone won't come cheap though.
It's available for $699.
Essential has also teased a product called Home that looks to take on other popular digital assistant products like Amazon's echo.
The essential home will sport a circular screen and promises to separate itself from other products on the market by being the least intrusive.
There's currently no word on a release date.
And finally, the Supreme Court has reversed a decision that gave patent owners the right to sue customers who are re-filling ink cartridges The Electronic Frontier Foundation says the decision reinforces the freedoms of device owners and third party innovation.
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