Tech sector announcement season is in full swing. The Digiflare team gathered once again at noon (EST) yesterday with their lunches in the main lobby, this time for Google’s new hardware event streaming live from Mountain View, California. The biggest buzz was around two new Nexus phones that will compete with Apple’s latest iPhone offerings. Also anticipated is the announcement of a new and improved Chromecast along with the Chromecast Audio, a separate device for Wi-Fi-enabling household speakers.
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