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What post-CES lull? Google bought Nest and its excellent connected-home products for $3.2 billion. Plus Richard Devine checks in from Europe's Moto X launch. You still probably shouldn't drive with Google Glass, and we answer more of your questions, live!
Thing 1: Google Buys Nest for $3.2 billion
- Google to acquire Nest for $3.2 billion
- Let Nest be Nest ... (And Motorola be Motorola, and Aviate be Aviate)
- Nest co-founder discusses Google's future in the connected home
- Stock Talk: Google's purchase of Nest is a long-term play, never mind the short-term jokes
Thing 2: Moto X in Europe, Moto G GPe in the U.S.
- Moto G Google Play edition now on sale for $179
- Hands-on with the Moto G Google Play edition
- Motorola brings the Moto X to the UK
- First look: The European Moto X in London
Thing 3: Other stuff
- Legality of using Google Glass while driving still murky, even after woman avoids ticket
- Sprint Wifi Calling poised to debut on two Samsung phones
- Sprint's LG G Flex available in stores Feb. 7
- Google Now is (unsurprisingly) coming to your desktop
- Desire 300: This is how HTC attacks the low-end market
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