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HTC Nexus? | Currently Techie News Update #21

Will Google be making a HTC Nexus this coming time? That wasn’t the only Tech Story that happened today, watch the full video to catch up on all of the Tech News that happened today! 10 more words

Mobile

The iPhone: Far Too Mainstream [Opinion]

There once was a time that having an iPhone was a status symbol; it was looked at as a luxury brand, the holder looked at as wealthy and successful, but that’s not the case anymore. 822 more words

Apple

Jawali at her Best - picture blog

Last week, I dedicated a blog (working till wee hours of the day) specifically written for one of my project team members who was getting married. 521 more words

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Google Just Hired A Former Motorola Executive to Lead Hardware Projects

Google just took a big step in its effort to grow its consumer electronics business. The search giant has hired Motorola’s former president Rick Osterloh to oversee a new hardware-focused business unit, according to a report on Thursday by the technology news website Re/code. 16 more words

Business

Goodbye, Nexus 9—you will not be missed

Yesterday we got news of two new Nexus devices, and today we’re losing a Nexus device. It looks like the Nexus 9 is dead. The tablet has been unceremoniously removed from the Google Store—the product page now just redirects to the generic Nexus listing page, and the “tablets” link in the navigation bar now points to the Pixel C only. 166 more words

Technology

Google Just Hired A Former Motorola Executive to Lead Hardware Projects

Google just took a big step in its effort to grow its consumer electronics business.

The search giant has hired Motorola’s former president Rick Osterloh to oversee a new hardware-focused business unit, according to a… 167 more words

Tech

Google places Rick Osterloh in charge of new, unified hardware division — TechCrunch

The former CEO of Motorola, Rick Osterloh, is coming to lead Google’s new hardware division, per confirmation from a Google spokesperson and re/code’s report. It’s the first time Google has unified all of its product lines under one roof, with one leader to boot.

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