Today, analysts Austin Smith and Andew Tonner discuss Google's latest attempt to launch one of its newest experiments. The company delayed its Nexus Q to "make it even better." The product seems an odd fit for Google's business model, however, so what exactly does Google hope to achieve here? This development means little for Google in the short term, but it could offer insight into how this type of media play fares in actual markets.
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