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The month of June 2012 was one of the biggest in terms of tech news in recent memory and we have some awards to give out, some good and some bad, for all the reveals.
Google's newly revealed Nexus Q streaming content device is not only cool looking, but it's a product that Google says was made entirely in the United States of America.
The Google I/O conference may have just started, but the company may have revealed a new device ahead of time via its Google Play page. The device is the Nexus Q and is believed to be a media station.