Google unveils new Nexus devices, Android 4.2 and music matching in Google Play; Amazon takes on the iPad Mini right on its homepage, and Philips launches iPhone-controlled lightbulbs. It’s all in today’s Daily Dose.
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- Google officially announces the Nexus 10: 16GB for $399, 32GB for $499 available November 13: Read more
- Google announces 32GB Nexus 7, finally brings 3G to the party: Read more
- Google reveals the Nexus 4: 8GB for $299, 16GB for $349 available November 13: Read more
- Google announces Android 4.2, a “new flavor of Jelly Bean” with gesture typing and slick photo sphere camera: Read more
- Song matching coming to Google Play, music purchases coming to Europe on November 13: Read more
- Amazon goes on the offensive. Mocks Apple and compares Kindle Fire HD to iPad Mini on its homepage: Read more
- Meet Philips Hue: The smart LED light bulb exclusively hitting Apple Stores on October 30: Read more
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