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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.