Google's Nexus Family Is About to Get Bigger

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Next week, search giant Google is set to unveil two new devices to broaden its Nexus brand. The company already launched its Nexus 7 tablet over the summer to challenge Amazon.com and its Kindle Fire (as well as the iPad Mini). Watchers are expecting Google to also unveil the Nexus 4 and Nexus 10. The Nexus 4 will be a new LG-built smartphone, and the Nexus 10 will be a Samsung-built full-sized tablet to challenge Apple's iPad and Microsoft's Surface. Consumers look like they'll have plenty of options to choose from this holiday shopping season.

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