Here’s the back of the Nexus 9

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I am sure you woke up this fine Monday morning saying to yourself, “Wouldn’t it be nice to see the back of the Nexus 9?” Well you wish has come true, and guess what? It says “Nexus” on the back!! :-) Now there is a little bit of a letdown here. You are probably aware that HTC is making the device, which could mean a lot of metal. If that was your wish, I am sad to report that one won’t come true.

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TalkAndroid Weekly Recap for September 29 – October 5, 2014

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Other than the REcamera, will we see the One (M8 Eye) or the Desire Eye at this week’s HTC event? Sony is also holding a presser this week, which could finally solidify a presence in the United States. Will it be limited to T-Mobile, or will the other carriers follow suit? We continue to see a lot of leaks regarding the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9, but don’t count out the new DROID Turbo. Google’s new YouTube music service appears to be just about ready for launch, not to mention the latest version of Android. What will it be called? It’s time to get caught up and get ready for what is sure to be another interesting week in the Android world.

Reviews

A closer look at the battery life on the Moto 360 [Updated with info after KGW42R update]

Android Auto

Google details the development process for Android Auto

Apps – New

Nokia HERE Maps for Android leaks

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Google has seemingly lifted the Play Music deauthorization limit

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Over the summer, many Play Music customers ran into an issue where they could no longer deauthorize an unlimited number of devices. Record labels are to blame for the matter. It has seemingly been fixed because there are reports of the deauthorization limit no longer being present for users that maxed out at four already.

Nothing has been confirmed from Google just yet, so deauthorize as soon as possible if you must.

Via: Android Central