If the rumors are correct, it looks like Google have chosen LG once again to make their upcoming next-generation Nexus smartphone. The Korea Times' sources have said that Google founder Larry Page met with LG CEO Koo Bon-joon recently, discussing ways to improve their relationship.
The same sources to The Korea Times said that the two companies are already working on a Nexus successor, adding that LG may be looking for ways to work with Google on future smart televisions and wearable computing, such as Google Glass. We should find out more in just a few weeks time at Google I/O.
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