[Deal] Grab the Nexus 5X from Carphone Warehouse for just £169

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In recent weeks there’s been a few leaks about the upcoming Nexus handsets from HTC, Sailfish and Marlin, and I’m sure there will be a whole lot more before the devices are eventually announced. If you’re hankering for a Nexus phone and can’t wait for the new batch to launch, though, you can score last years Nexus 5X (reviewed here) for just £169 from Carphone Warehouse (CPW) in the UK. Join us after the break for more details. Read more

Specs for Marlin, HTC’s bigger Nexus phone, trickle out

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This fall, Google will offer two Nexus phones yet again; however, they’ll be produced by the same company in a surprising detour from the usual strategy in which different companies each make a single device for the line. Returning to the Nexus line for the first time since 2014 when the company developed Google’s Nexus 9 is expected to be HTC.

Sailfish (S1) and Marlin (M1) are going to end up being the spiritual successors to 2015’s Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P in that one will be on the lower half of the high-end segment while the other stands tall as the cutting edge option. Following last month’s leak of alleged Sailfish specifications, we’re getting an idea of what Marlin could be like.

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It’s official: Android N is Android Nougat

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It isn’t exactly breaking news, but something that many of us have wondered since Google I/O has been which dessert Android N would be named after. There aren’t too many options with the letter ‘N’ unless you get really convoluted, so Nutella was an option thrown around for a while, which made sense if you remembered Google’s partnership with Nestle for Android 4.4 KitKat. As it turns out, the N stands for Nougat. Read more

Handy website lists all the OK Google voice commands you never knew you needed to know

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By now, most of us have probably used the OK Google command at least once, quite likely using it to find the answer to a question or perhaps for the route to a new destination through Google Maps. But that’s the mere surface of what you can do with the OK Google command, it’s capable of a lot more. A whole lot more, and  you can learn how much more by joining us after the break to check out a really useful website that an enterprising young developer has created that holds more than 150 voice commands, with more than a thousand variations.  Read more