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Briefly: Google Play Store updated, Lytro reaches UK retailers

updated 10:08 am EDT, Tue July 16, 2013

Web version of Google Play store receives UI refresh

Google has updated the web version of the Google Play store, which now seemingly embraces the card-style interface seen in the Android version and other Google properties. The redesigned site now offers a menu sidebar to switch between the various sections, while individual app pages offer larger app screenshots and images, and bigger app icons.

Lytro to go on sale in UK stores from July 22nd

The Lytro light field camera is going on sale through retailers in the United Kingdom, following initial sales in the United States. The camera, capable of changing the focus point of an image after the photograph has been taken, will cost £399 ($602) in stores for the 8GB grey, blue, and pink models, while the larger 16GB red model will cost £469 ($707). Harrods, Dixons Travel, and John Lewis will start stocking the device from July 22nd.



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