The clip was discovered in the final minutes leading up to the Google I/O — Google’s annual developer conference in San Francisco — where it is likely gearing up to announce an array of new products, platforms and services.
The video of Nexus Q shows that the device streams music and entertainment from the cloud to your home.
“It’s the first device that lets you create social playlists with your friends,” the video states. “All they need is an Android phone or tablet and connection to your Wi-Fi.”
By launching the Google Play music app, you can list songs and albums to the queue and friends can add the same from their own collections. The Nexus Q also works for streaming YouTube videos and movies.
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