Don’t Miss These Android Stories: December 2, 2016

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Wow, it’s already December. This year has absolutely flown by. In just a couple weeks, we’re off to CES in Las Vegas and all of that excitement, then it’s MWC, so on and so forth. Crazy.

This week, we posted up our official Google Home review (complete with awesome video), recorded the latest episode of The Droid Life Show, learned Moto has zero plans for a new Moto 360 (sad day), and pretty much recuperated from the busy holiday travels of last week.

Look below and you will find all of the stories you don’t want to miss. 

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