Buried somewhat silently in the noise of Google’s spate of announcements today was an interesting fact: the Nexus Q, Google’s brand-new media streamer and 1st self-built customer hardware, is being made in the United States. In fact, Google didn & rsquo; t talk about it on stage at all, but had stories in The New York Times and Wired timed with the announcement of the item. Google isn’t offering numerous information about the manufacture of the gadgets, which isn’t surprising, however we do know they’re being made in San Jose, California. The cost for a “made in the USA” streamer? $ 300.
Though electronics producing has been rather a warm topic because most of the jobs went overseas, the worry hit a high point recently following significant …
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