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Some Target Stores Are Selling The Nexus Player On Clearance For A Mere $25

Google launched the Nexus Player one year ago. It wasn't very good. Priced at $99, it was a hard sale. Now you can pick one up for half the price in big box stores like Best Buy.

Target was also offering the set-top box at that price, but now it appears to be moving units at even half that. Some folks are now finding Nexus Players at their local store priced at only $25.

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Google Posts Android 6.0.0 Factory Images For The Nexus 5X

According to our poll, at least 1900 Android Police readers ordered a Nexus 5X, and your device may have started shipping already. If you're one of them (or us, I ordered one too), you're probably too eager to get your hands on the latest Marshmallow'y goodness straight from Google and LG's hands. You've already read Ryan's review preview, but you can now do one more thing to prepare yourself for the 5X's arrival to your doorstep: download its factory image.

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Google has posted these for three variants of the 5X: MDA89E, MDA89F, and MDB08I. Ryan's unit runs MDB08G so there may be a few more software versions out there which images haven't been uploaded yet.

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Google Play Gift Cards Are Making Their Way To The Netherlands

Want to buy Google Play gift cards in The Netherlands? Of course you do! Assuming, that is, you live in The Netherlands. It looks like Google's plastic little cards, and their digital equivalent, are now making their way to that particular corner of Europe.

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The Nexus 5X Ships In Multiple Countries Today, And Google Is Offering Instant Project Fi Invites To Celebrate

There's good news if you pre-ordered a Nexus 5X in the last few weeks. Google is starting shipments of this device today in the US, Canada, UK, Ireland, India, Japan, and Korea. To celebrate this momentous occasion, Google has opened up Project Fi invites to everyone. Just head to the Fi signup page and you can join without waiting, but only if you act today.

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The New Nexus Phones Support USB Power Delivery To Charge Other Devices, But It's Sketchy On Older Phones And Tablets

The benefits of USB Type-C are still unclear to me. I mean, I get that it's universal and reversible, but right now it's just another cable to have around. When it becomes more ubiquitous, though, Type-C might be most useful when the time comes to charge up your gadgets. The new Nexus phones offer a taste of this future with support for USB power delivery, allowing them to both send and receive power.

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Here's How The Notification LEDs On The Nexus 5X And 6P Work

Google is committed to the ambient display feature as the main method of alerting you to notifications on Nexus devices, but it's an imperfect solution. And indeed, some users simply refuse to buy a phone that doesn't have a proper notification LED. This year's Nexus phones both have an LED, and they offer a lot of functionality.

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Google Buys Panorama-Making Company Digisfera—Discontinues PanoTag And Plans To Open Source Marzipano

I don't know about you, but sometimes Google Street View still blows my mind. Living in 2015, we have the ability to take out our phones and experience what it's like to walk the streets of a distant city. From my browser I've had views of Europe, South America, and Southeast Asia that I will likely never have in person.

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Nexus 5X Review Preview: Plastic Fantastic

The 2013 Nexus 5 was a much beloved device—it was great at a few things, good at others, and cheap enough that its shortcomings didn't seem so glaring. It struck such a good balance that many owners passed on the (humongous and expensive) Nexus 6 last year. Now, there's the Nexus 5X, a spiritual successor to the 2013 Nexus. I haven't had the 5X for long enough to give it a proper full review, but I've got some impressions to share in advance of the review.

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Nexus 6P Review Preview: So Far, It's Everything I'd Hoped

I've been getting to know the Nexus 6P for a few days now, and while I don't feel a few days is enough time to write a complete review, I thought it would at least be helpful to write a review preview with initial impressions and findings from the new Nexus.

The Nexus 6P is undoubtedly the more "premium" of the new Nexus phones this year. While the 5X is meant to carry on the affordable and performant legacy of the original Nexus 5, the 6P has perks like 240fps slowmo video, a higher-specced (if somewhat embattled) processor, true stereo front-facing speakers, a bigger, denser display, and an all-metal body.

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[Weekend Poll] Did You Pre-Order A Nexus 5X Or 6P?

I know, I know - we do a lot of Nexus polls around this time of year. But they're relevant! While we've asked you about your preference between the Nexus 5X and 6P, we have yet to inquire as to how many of you have actually pre-ordered the devices.

The Nexus 6P is kind-of-sort-of insanely expensive in some regions of the world, with Italy clocking in at an eye-watering 699 Euro (around $780) for the 32GB base version. Granted, the 5X is also ludicrously expensive in the Eurozone, at 479 Euro for the 16GB model. Suffice it to say, Google hasn't priced these phones affordably in every corner of the world.

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