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Looking forward to it. M has been very stable on my Nexus 5.
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+Riquelmis Español I would assume so since they're testing it out. And it works with no issues so far.
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Looks like Live Channels is active on the Nexus Player with the latest Google App update. I can browse all Pluto TV channels through this interface. Which is awesome! Have not seen this on +Android Police​ yet...maybe I missed it?
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Pluto has TV? Well, I suppose once you get demoted from being a planet, you have to come up with something.
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I swear The Verge turned off comments because they were tired of getting yelled at for screwing up posts like this.

http://www.theverge.com/2015/7/22/9013455/sony-android-concept-xperia-z3-software-preview

"The goal, says Sony, is to develop new software "from the ground up," meaning no Google Play Services or superfluous apps, just the core Google communications software and Sony's stack of custom apps like Camera, Music, and Xperia Lounge."

The second half of this sentence contradicts the first. You can't have Google apps without Google Play Services—they wouldn't work. Also releasing Android without Google Play Services would be in violation of the "anti-fragmentation clause" in their MADA contract and Google would pull their Google Play license.  

They don't even link to the actual Sony blog post so people can get the correct information. (it's here: http://blogs.sonymobile.com/2015/07/22/launching-sonys-concept-for-android-initiative-in-sweden/ )

IF The Verge had comments turned on, this post would be getting ripped to shreds. Now they can misinform people in peace. 
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Deliciously terrible... :)
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I think it is safe to say that the Chromecast is Google's most successful retail hardware device ever. No wonder they give it some much love. 
The Chromecast is a neat little device, even two years after it was released. However, the 2.4GHz N WiFi isn't ideal for all wireless environments. There's... by Ryan Whitwam in Accessories, Chromecast, News
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Also I wonder if this will make Chromecast more interesting to enterprise customers.
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That's pretty clever, and you can do fun things with your fingers too!
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+Amazon.com Yes...please stop the stupidity! No one cares for your forked version of Android. Please support your users on all platforms. +Android Police 
Amazon, cut this crap out. Seriously, I'm getting really sick of it. As someone who pays you for media on a regular basis, to say nothing of my recurring A... by Michael Crider in Amazon, Android TV, News
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I sure hope so.
 
We've seen reports of a possible Huawei Nexus phone before, and the day before this new article here came out (http://www.gizmochina.com/2015/05/07/huawei-made-nexus-to-feature-samsungs-5-7-inch-2k-screen-according-to-analyst/), one of our good sources reached out to say there is indeed a Huawei Nexus planned, in 5.7" size.

Now with today's report, I am more confident in that rumor.

What's more interesting, the source also mentioned a second Nexus phone this year - an LG, with a planned 5.2" screen size. If Google indeed rolls with both, it'd be the first time two Nexus phones came out in the same year - a strategy that makes a whole lot of sense to me as not everyone is into behemoths like a Nexus 6.

It's still extremely early in the year, and last year, as we've seen, plans changed drastically throughout the year and resulted in a totally different phone becoming a Nexus than was planned in the first half of 2014. So yeah, early rumors are early rumors, don't treat them as facts, and they're almost surely going to change.

Once I feel confident enough in these rumors, they'll graduate to +Android Police. 
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Damn, was hoping for huawei to make the smaller of the two. Looks like 3 LG Nexii in a row for me
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