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Stranger Things 2: What We Know So Far

Stranger Things 2: What We Know So Far. Stranger Things went from that cool looking Winona Ryder show that came out of nowhere to the bell of the Netflix ball that everyone obsessed with because of the harness nostalgia.

But now we have burn through the scant eight episodes in season one, we left wondering what's next?

Stranger Things 2: What We Know So Far

We did the best digging we could possibly do.


1- The first thing we know it starts a year after so it takes place in late 1984 and also going to air on October 31st which is during Halloween. This is because in the trailer we saw the kids dressed up as Ghostbusters.

2-  Millie Bobby Brown (Eleven) will be returning for sure for every single episodes of season 2 as well as Gaten Matarazzo (Dustin), Finn Wolfhard (Mike), Caleb McLaughlin (Lucas), Wynona Ryder (Joyce), Natalia Dyer (Nancy), David Harbour (Hopper), Charlie Heaton (Jonathan), Noah Schnapp (Will), Joe Keery.


3- Where the hell is Barb? Unfortunately MattDuffer said she…

A BRIEF HISTORY OF GOOGLE NEXUS!


All signs point to premium Android experience, but at what cost? Multiple rumors pointed the new silver program from Google showcased as the best of Android at the carrier stores.

According to the information, Android 'silver' will actually replace Google's more mid-range Nexus program. There are never a big seller. Google Nexus program has a big impact on Android. Lets take a look back! 

Nexus One
This is the Nexus One. The first so called 'Google phone' debut January 2010 made by HTC and running the brand new Android 2.2 Froyo. The latest and the greatest Android with nothing added by the carriers manufactures. 

 Google has released one Nexus per year rotating between top manufactures. After HTC made the first one, Samsung took over for Nexus in Disember 2010. All by the Galaxy Nexus one year later. LG has been the latest Nexus original equipment manufacturer making both 2012 Nexus 4 and the latest Nexus 5.


The Nexus 5 is only five months old, which means a new model wouldn't be expected until later this year. But Google hasn't released sales figures and has said that the Nexus 5 is a strong device. And in 2012, Google expanded the next program with 7 and 10 inches tablets.

Let's go back to Android silver, the closest thing we had to that program right now is the Google Play Edition, a selection of premium hands like the new HTC with pure Android. 

Is the 'silver' is going to replace the Nexus and gunning for the high-ends?

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