Google is cooking up more than what we ever imagined. Google Glass is out and so is the driverless cars, but then it is not all. Google is working on some other awesome products. The latest being the Google balloons which fly high in the sky and provide rural areas with wireless Internet.
Another product is development of new drugs which can help doctors to better diagnose patients, but these are just tip of the iceberg. Google is helping to develop investible sensors to help diagnose illnesses. Google has stakes in some of the medical companies like Adimab, which is a company that creates an integrated antibody discovery and optimization platform.
The new Google phones are existing Samsung and HTC phones loaded with Google's version of the Android operating system. That's the version that Google makes, before phone makers and phone carriers load Android up with their own features and apps. These phones are good options for those who don't like all the bells and whistles in the original models. They are cleaner and easier to use. But they are also more expensive, as you have to pay full price through Google's online Play store rather than a subsidized price that wireless carriers offer with two-year agreements. These phones aren't compatible with Verizon's or Sprint's CDMA networks. If you're on AT&T, you'll be paying more for the phone without any reduction in monthly phone bills. If you're on T-Mobile, though, expect to save $20 a month, or $480 over two years. You're still paying about $70 more overall for Google's S4 and $20 more for Google's One, but it's not the hundreds of dollars you'd be paying on AT&T.