Google Nexus 7 singes Kindle Fire Video
Google Nexus 7 singes Kindle Fire Video Transcript
I have your rounds of involving Google news today care -- Not required and -- averaging -- and this is your -- -- a -- It's time to say hello to the Kindle -- greatest nemesis Google -- seven inch Galaxy Nexus tablet called the nexus seven. It's much more help for a tablet and the Kindle fire and the Barnes and not get it at a low price to 200 bucks. And nexus will have the latest four point one. Jelly -- Android operating system it'll have a Quad Core processor and a front facing camera because really -- would use a back camera on a tablet. But again I have more than just hardware to compete -- -- -- says Google also built in features and its entertainment hub Google play. Now you can purchase movies and television shows and yet easy issues or subscriptions the nexus seven is take computers now in the Google play store and will ship in mid July. But don't expect Amazon -- sit back and take this quietly. In the next month we could see an Amazon buyers drop its price and some reports say and you Kindle fire to you'll come out and July and it to compact camera so. -- -- an Android four point one jelly -- system it'll be faster with improved notifications and widgets. There's also something called Google now he gives advice for your life. Based on your location calendar and your habits. If you have an appointment on your calendar -- tell you when to leave your house based on the route traffic and motor transportation usually take. Even updates you my favorite sports teams without telling it what your favorite sports teams -- just knows what they are based on what usually search for kind of weird right. -- got a bit of a slap to ask your -- a question it'll pull the results very fast and speak answer back to you. Google also is coming out with a home theater invited to take on Apple TV. It says here called the nexus Q and it taps into the content stored in your Google play cloud. So it can stream audio and the -- alone to your home theater and your friends and possibly the DJ -- -- songs from their accounts. It's a bit more pricey than him might expect it's 300 dollars and it also ships in mid July. And if you're curious about Google's project last well. The camera enabled headsets stole the show stunt men wearing the glasses -- -- a Google hangout video wild sky diet eat into the -- -- the -- -- stump acres zoomed across the room and some repelled on the side of the building. Call -- to show how wearable computer adds new perspectives. It's a prototype but people at that could sign up to be the first pre ordered them for 15100 dollars. To help shape -- development are behind where the first versions will ship next year. That's your tech news update board today for more stories in today's show you can go to cnet.com slash update -- using New York -- yeah --
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