Don't Miss These Android Stories: October 21, 2016

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Maybe you noticed, but just in case, the internet took a massive hit today. It sucked. With the week coming to a close, though, it’s time to look back on the week we had, and it sure was a busy one. Pixel embargoes were lifted on Tuesday morning, with loads of reviews and videos hitting the web. We contributed to this overload of Pixel goodness, of course.

We aren’t quite ready to share our final review of the Pixel phones yet, but they are coming, I promise. To keep you busy, we did post a Pixel camera review, first 10 things you should do with the Pixel, as well as a complete overview of the software you will find on the devices.

If you missed any of this week’s action, check it out below. 

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