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Google Nexus 4 8GB model won’t be restocked

Google Nexus 4 8GB model won’t be restocked

Google dropped the price for its Nexus 4 handsets late last month, slashing $100 from the price tag in the Google Play Store. As expected, the handsets were nabbed pretty quickly, with the 8GB model selling out yesterday and a notification going live pronouncing it as such. If you were hoping inventory would be replenished soon, you're in for some bad news: Google says the device won't be restocked.

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Omate TrueSmart smartwatch earns Sapphire glass, Google Play, and 1GB memory

Omate TrueSmart smartwatch earns Sapphire glass, Google Play, and 1GB memory

If you'd seen the Omate TrueSmart "2.0 Smartwatch" before but wondered why they'd not brought the best of the best specifications to the market as it hit the Kickstarter circuit earlier this month. What we're seeing now is a collection of updates to the device that - before the age of crowd-funding - we'd have never seen. Before this age, all of these changes would have been made behind the scenes, with only a final product released all at once.

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Google Play app beta program continues to expand with Twitter

Google Play app beta program continues to expand with Twitter

The folks at Twitter are the latest in a group of app developers to take advantage of the Google Play app beta program, this allowing users - friendly bug-seekers, to take part in an early release schedule. This program works quite simply - just sign up through a Google Group, agree to be a tester, and download Twitter as (relatively) normal. From there you'll be getting features before the rest of the public - with the bugs to prove it.

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Google Play Music All Access spreads internationally amid Verizon bundle rumors

Google Play Music All Access spreads internationally amid Verizon bundle rumors

Google Play Music All Access has launched internationally, hitting the UK, France, Australia, Portugal and more as the streaming Spotify rival arrives in a total of twelve countries. Launched in the US back in May, Music All Access kicks off with a discounted trial which rewards early-adopters with cheaper ongoing subscription fees. Meanwhile, there are new rumors about a potential bundling deal with at least one major US carrier.

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