Google is opening its first retail store in New York City this summer, embracing a showroom brick-and-mortar model that rival Apple has long used to spotlight its phones, computers and wearables. The space will include Pixel phones, Fitbit devices, laptops and Nest products, Google said Thursday. The move makes Google a curator of its products in a way that it has previously left to wireless...
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