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Phil, Jerry and Andrew are back to talk up the latest Nexus leaks, we've got the U.S. versions of the LG G2 in our hot little hands, new Chromebooks in our hearts — and what we really think about all this iPhone buzz.
Thing 1: New Nexus incoming?
- Our best look yet at a possible Nexus successor
- Mysterious Nexus phone shows up in Google KitKat statue video
Thing 2: The LG G2 is here!
- LG G2 now available on AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile
- AT&T LG G2 hands-on
- Verizon LG G2 hands-on
- Motorola's Active Display versus LG's Knock-On
- The LG G2 QuickWindow Case
Other odds and ends
- Twitter releases beta update with drastically new interface
- Future Samsung phones will have 64-bit CPUs too, says CEO
- Apple's iPhone 5c announcement won't change anything
- Google Play edition Samsung Galaxy S4 also getting JWR66Y update
- HTC One Google Play edition receiving JWR66Y OTA update
- Google unveils new Chromebooks, Chromebox with Intel Haswell processors
- Android 4.3 with Sense 5.0 RUU for the AT&T HTC One leaks out
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