Top Android News Stories June 14th

If you haven't been able to pay much attention to the headlines the last few days, you've missed quite a few big stories and rumors which have likely had people talking all weekend. Quite possibly the most substantial was the announcement of YouTube Gaming, Google and YouTube's answer to Twitch, and a huge rumor has been floating around for a couple of days that Blackberry might be looking into developing an Android phone for their next device. Take this with a grain of salt of course, but it's interesting to think about nonetheless. We also got our first look at the upcoming new Hangouts UI for Android, and Prior to Nest's big press conference this week their new wireless camera to replace the current Dropcam pro leaked out.

The rumors that DISH is interested in buying T-Mobile have surfaced again, and a new rumor about the OnePlus 2 suggests the cost will be around $322. In addition to the new Material Design UI coming along in the next Hangouts update, it will also come with a proper Android Wear application. For the rest of this week's top stories, check the links below.

See Hound, Google Now, Siri and Cortana Go Toe-to-Toe

Rumor: Galaxy S6 Edge Plus to Feature 5.7-inch Display

YouTube Announces YouTube Gaming To Compete With Twitch

Rumor: OnePlus 2 To Cost 1999 Yuan ($322) At Launch

Hangouts V4.0 Will Include An Android Wear App

Rumor: Dish Network In Talks With Banks To Secure T-Mobile

Android Site Has A Tool To Help You Choose A Smartphone

Next Blackberry Phone to run Android?

Hangouts V4 Will Bring More A Material Look To The UI

Nest Cam Leaked A Week Prior To Press Conference

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