TechCrunch The CES trade shows are happening this week, and they’ve been nothing short of amazing for the tech industry.
In the past two weeks alone, we’ve seen companies like Google and Facebook launch products that have been nothing less than revolutionary.
With the CES tradeshow now in full swing, we’re sure to see a lot of new and exciting tech coming out in the coming weeks and months.
In this video, we’ll be sharing our predictions for the most notable announcements at the tradeshow this week.
Here’s what we’re looking forward to in the tech world at CES 2018:Google is bringing a new Nexus 7 tablet to the market for the first time ever.
Google has revealed the new Nexus 8, a 10-inch tablet that’s going to be the first tablet with Android 5.1.
It will also be the biggest tablet in the world.
The company is making it available for $699, a deal that’s up from $499 for the original Nexus 7.
The tablet is powered by a quad-core Snapdragon 835 processor, and the screen is a 4.7-inch 1920×1080 display.
It comes with 16GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, a microSD card slot, and a fingerprint scanner.
This is the Nexus 8 from Google, and it’s already sold out at Best Buy.
The Nexus 7 was Google’s biggest device launch in years.
It was the biggest device in the history of the company.
We have to say, though, that the Nexus 7 has had some problems.
It hasn’t been exactly smooth sailing.
When it was first announced, Google was promising a tablet with “the best of both worlds,” which it later dropped to just “the tablet you need for work and for the web.”
The tablet has a large, glossy 5.5-inch display, and we have to wonder how well that display will hold up in everyday life.
The Nexus 8 will be available in two different color schemes.
The first, dubbed “Pure Black,” will be a more subtle version of the Nexus 9.
The other, dubbed Pure White, will be the only color option.
The Nexus 8 and Pure White both have the same 6-inch screen resolution, but the Pure Black version will have a 5.6-inch panel.
This display isn’t the best we’ve ever seen, but it’s better than what you’ll find in other Nexus devices.
The screen is IPS, and this display offers a high level of pixel density.
The Pixel C and Pixel C XL both have screens that are IPS, but they offer much lower pixel density, so you’ll see a few pixels on the Pixel C’s display that don’t get any larger.
The Google Pixel 2 XL, on the other hand, has a high pixel density that’s much higher than most smartphones and tablets.
The Pixel C has a 1440×2560 pixel resolution, and Google says the Pixel 2XL has a 518×800 resolution.
It’s a big difference.
The pixels are larger, and Pixel 2 is able to produce higher-quality images.
If you’re worried about a lower pixel-per-inch resolution, it’s worth noting that the Pixel 3 XL and Pixel 3 have 1440×2660 pixel resolutions, and those have a similar pixel-count as the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 XL.
Google’s Pixel C, Pixel CXL, and Nexus 8 are all expected to be released in late February.
Google is also bringing out the new Google Pixel L and Pixel L XL, two premium models that will be priced around $500.
Google is also offering the new Pixel C2 for $350, and you’ll be able to buy the new L and L XL for $650.
The new Pixel L also comes with a fingerprint sensor, and that will make it even easier for you to unlock the device.
The Google Pixel XL is expected to debut at Google’s booth on the show floor in Las Vegas this week for a price tag of $1,000.
We are also expecting to see the Google Pixel C 2, which is expected at $450, and its new L counterpart for $480.
The two models are expected to arrive in early February, with the $500 price tag.
Google isn’t letting up on the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update that’s coming to all of its devices.
We already know that the Google Play Edition for the Pixel, Pixel XL, and L will get the update, and now we also know that all the Nexus devices are getting it as well.
We don’t know when we’ll see all of the updates, but Google is already teasing the upcoming Android Marshmallow on the Nexus 10, Nexus 5X, and 10.1 devices.
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