Google acquires Nest, Ubuntu leaves Nexus, HTC KitKat updates & more – Pocketnow Daily

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Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about Google’s acquisition of Nest, and what this means for the rumored EnergySense project. Motorola also makes the news with its update to the Motorola Assist that’s famous on the Moto X. We then come across more leaked photos of the Nokia Normandy, which is a possible Android phone. Ubuntu Touch is next as the OS has surprisingly dropped support for most Nexus devices. We end today’s show talking about how HTC has just confirmed that it won’t update legacy 2012 flagships to Android 4.4 KitKat.

All this and more after the break.

Google acquires Nest; what will this mean for Google EnergySense?
Motorola Assist update brings new driving mode features
Nokia Normandy finally pictured in the flesh (and powered-on)
Ubuntu Touch dropping support for majority of Nexus models
HTC confirms: no KitKat updates for 2012 flagships

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