Don't Miss These Android Stories: September 30, 2016

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Next week is the week of weeks around these parts, so that meant this week was full of lead-up stuff. For example, we started to see more official renders of devices like the Pixel, Pixel XL, and Chromecast Ultra. We also heard new rumors about “Andromeda,” the supposed Android and Chrome OS merge, and asked you what you were most excited for.

Outside of October 4 event stuff, we also watched Motorola lose over half of its staff, dealt with Android Wear 2.0 seeing a massive delay, gave a thumbs up to Google launching a new blog, and took you back to the days of the DROID Bionic.

Be sure to catch up! Next week is going to be nuts. 

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