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It's all Nexus, all the time this week. OK, mostly Nexus. And Android 4.4 KitKat. And a few other things. But, really, just a whole lot of Nexus goin' on.
Thing 1: Still more on the Nexus 5
- The Nexus 5 vs. the LG G2
- The Nexus 5 speaker: Yes, there's only one — and software may be hurting what you hear [updated]
- Nexus 5 battery life first impressions: Good enough, but not great
- Nexus 5 models 820 and 821: What's the difference?
- What I'm using: The Zens Wireless Charger with the Nexus 5
- Nexus 5 now available from Canadian carriers
- Nexus 5 now available through Sprint, Amazon and Best Buy
Thing 2: Still more on Android 4.4 KitKat
- Hangouts 2.0 now rolling out with SMS support
- How to disable SMS messages in Hangouts
- Google Voice numbers can now receive MMS from T-Mobile numbers
- Google Keyboard update brings KitKat features, drops the holo blue
- The KitKat Clock app has a subtle but impressive feature
- Gallery and Photos: Why does the Nexus 5 have two ways to handle images?
- Photo editing improvements in the Android 4.4 KitKat Gallery
- Printing in Android 4.4 KitKat (with some help from HP)
- Switching launchers with Android 4.4's new 'Home' setting
- How to add and arrange home screens in Android 4.4 KitKat
- Nexus 5 camera samples and first impressions
- How to get Google Now off your Android 4.4 KitKat home screen
Thing 3: Anything that's not Nexus or KitKat
- New YouTube comment system integrated with Google+ now available
- Your Google+ profile picture will soon be paired with your phone number
- Verizon announces their own tablet - the Ellipsis 7 will debut Nov. 7 for $250
- Google Glass gets XE11 update, adds new directions, calendar search, setup and screencasting shortcut
- BBM4ALL Video Contest - Make a kick-ass BBM commercial and you could win a trip to Toronto and visit to BlackBerry HQ!
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