Featured: Top 10 Android News Stories June 21st

During the week there were a few interesting announcements about upcoming new products fro OnePlus and LG, but there was also some news from Google regarding their new clock app, and they have been reported to acquire another company, adding to the list of businesses they have purchased over the years. Also during the week, a patent for a headsup display powered set of smart eyewear was filed by Amazon, and we saw the capture of the Moto 360 OTA since the Android Wear 5.1 update began rolling out.

Some of the biggest news this week may come from Nest, who officially unveiled their new NestCam and the new Nest Protect smoke detector, and OnePlus talked about price confirmations for their second device, and they have confirmed their use of the Snapdragon 810 CPU while also explaining why they chose to go with this particular processor even with the concerns people have had about the Snapdragon 810 overheating with other devices which are powered by it. For a recap of this week's top news, you can check the links below for each topic individually.

Android Auto: Third Party Head Unit Apps will Be Removed

Moto 360's Update to Android 5.1.1 has Been Captured

OnePlus Release Oxygen OS 1.01 With Touchscreen Fix

E3 Attendees Got An Early Look At YouTube Gaming

Amazon Files Google Glass Inspired Patent

Google Reportedly Purchased App Streaming Startup Agawi

OnePlus Explain 810 & Confirm Price Higher Than Recent Rumors

Rumor: LG G4 Pro To Sport 4GB Of RAM And Snapdragon 820

Google Pushes the Clock App to the Play Store

Nest's New Security Camera Is Called The Nest Cam

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