Top Android News Stories June 7th

Even though Google IO has been over for almost a week and a half, there is still some little bits of detail trickling out about the things that were unveiled there. Google's Android Pay mobile payment system is reported to be missing out on transaction fees when people use Android Pay to make purchases, and we may actually have a time frame for when to expect ATAP and Levi's launch their apparel based on ATAP's Project Jacquard. While some of us still struggle to balance out the storage on our phones, heavy users who need as much space on their mobile device as possible could be looking at an astounding option sometime next year with the release of a 512GB microSD cards.

Google may have accidentally leaked an upcoming movie subscription service this week, and another rumor surrounding the possible Galaxy S6+ surfaced boasting a potential 5.5-inch screen. Nest unveiled that they have a press event for June 17th which begs the question of what they have to show off. Android Wear 5.1 still hasn't made it to all the different devices yet, as the Moto 360 update has been reportedly delayed due to performance issues.

UK Government Department Chooses Google Over Microsoft

Google To Miss Out On Transaction Fees With Android Pay

Google Will Begin Reporting Incidents With Self Driving Cars

New Google Vacancy Suggests Glass Might Be Near To Launch

Project Jacquard Enabled Levis Expected In 2nd Half Of 2016

512 GB Micro SD Cards Will Start Selling Next Summer

Nest Press Conference Announced For June 17th

Android Wear 5.1.1 Update For Moto 360 Delayed

Google Leaks New Subscription-Based Movie Service

Rumor: Larger 5.5-inch Galaxy S6 Plus to Launch Soon

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