A new interview with the person who runs Google's hardware efforts finally casts some light on why the Nexus lineup had to die.
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Google has clearly learned from Microsoft's mistakes: It is being transparent and clear, and is addressing the problems head-on.
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I previously made the case that AI is how Google will win in devices. Now it's time to get a lot more specific.
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Dear Google. We have a problem. And while I know you're not going to do the right thing, I have to try.