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Daily brief: An Android Experiment in carrier satisfaction

What happened on October 12? You tell me, I was too busy napping. There's no question that Google's decision to go with Verizon as its exclusive U.S. carrier for the Pixel has been divisive, but it's looking increasingly like the provider understands how passionate people are about the feeling of openness that Google built around its Nexus brand. And we're happy about that, since there's nothing worse than a carrier ruining a phone.
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