Google announces first modular electronic platform

Google announced a new modular electronic design platform, xetra, on Thursday.

The platform is the first to use modular hardware and software to make it easier for manufacturers to make electronic devices that are less expensive and less power hungry, the company said.

The new platform, which has the name Xetra 2.0, offers a modular design for the first time, allowing a modular system to be easily built on a smartphone or tablet.

The company is hoping the platform will help it create new and innovative devices that can be mass-produced and shipped quickly to customers.

“Xetra is a new and powerful platform that can help us deliver new products and products that can make our lives easier and more convenient,” Google CEO Sundar Pichai said in a blog post.

“Today’s announcement marks the beginning of a new era of modular design, allowing the modularization of devices on mobile devices and in homes, offices, and schools.”

The platform’s main selling point is that it can be used to make modular devices that will cost less, but are still highly power efficient.

Google’s Xetre is a modular hardware platform that allows the development of modular devices.

Its main selling points are that it is flexible and can be built on almost any mobile platform, making it easy to make smaller and more compact devices.

Xetras design goal is to create modular devices on the cheap, but also that it could help companies in the future make smaller devices that they can scale to market.

“We believe that a modular, modular design is the future of consumer electronics, and the modularity that is achievable with Xetras platform will make it a truly flexible platform that could become the new norm for consumer electronics,” Google said.