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The Nexus Q gets hacked to run a launcher and various apps, Google+ gets its own dedicated iPad app, Twitter for iOS and Android updates with content previews and improved notifications, and Microsoft launches Kinect PlayFit for Xbox 360.
- Nexus Q Hacked to Run Games and Apps Google’s new Nexus Q is fairly limited on what it can do, but a new hack via the XDA Developers forum allows the media-streaming device to run a launcher, games and most apps such as Angry Birds and Netflix. [XDA Developers]
- Google+ App for iPad Available Now in the App Store Google updated its Google+ iOS app with full iPad support. The new Google+ UI looks pretty much identical to the Android tablet app and Google+ Events are now fully integrated into the iPad app. The update also includes the ability to start Hangouts directly from your iPad. [Google Blog]
- Expansive Experiences in Latest Mobile Apps for iPhone, Android Yesterday we heard rumors of an upcoming update to Twitter’s mobile apps. Today, Twitter officially released that update for both iOS and Android, bringing new features like content previews, improved push notifications and support for personalized trends. [Twitter Blog]
- Kinect PlayFit Launches Today A new Xbox 360 Kinect feature called Kinect PlayFit launched today. It’s a fitness-based feature that keeps track of the calories you burn as you play Kinect games. You can see how you rank against other Kinect PlayFit users and even earn achievements and awards. [Major Nelson]