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Google Store is an online hardware retailer operated by Google, that sells Google Pixel devices, Google Nest products, Stadia, Chromecast dongles, and accessories such as earbuds, phone cases, chargers, and keyboards. They also sold Google Nexus devices until they were succeeded by Pixel family. Google Store sells products made by Google or made in collaboration with that company. It was introduced on March 11, 2015, and replaced the Devices section of Google Play as Google's hardware retailer. It is overseen by Ana Corrales, who is also the COO of Google's Consumer Hardware division.
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