No company is capable of churning out home run after home run, even if your name is of a certain fruit, or if you are the world’s first and foremost authority where searching on the Internet is concerned. Google has long branched out to hardware, where their Google Nexus Q was announced some months back, but it seems that the Nexus Q might be slated for obsolescence. This comes as no surprise ever since it was introduced in June earlier this year, carrying a tiny set of features without really carving out a sustainable market for itself. It does seem as though the Nexus Q’s landing page is now no more, as only the Nexus 4, Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 appear there.
As for the Nexus Q’s placement in the Play Store, it is still there, albeit accompanied by a message that reads, “This device is not for sale at this time”. Google has declined to issue an official statement on where the Nexus Q stands, so one can only make an educated guess at this point in time.
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