The Google Android phone has one of the best-looking designs, but you can turn it into a very handy Bluetooth earphone.
It can take in both WiFi and Bluetooth signals.
Google announced the project on Twitter on Monday.
The project was started in 2013, and was initially funded by the $20 million Google Ventures accelerator.
The idea is that you plug your Android into your PC and your phone into your headphones.
The phone will then listen for incoming Bluetooth calls and connect to your PC via Bluetooth.
The Google app then turns your phone’s earpiece into a tiny earpiece that can be connected to your headphones using Bluetooth or Wi-Fi.
That way, you can still use your phone as a Bluetooth speaker, and you don’t have to pay the full $200 for the Bluetooth adapter.
If you have a Bluetooth headset, this project will allow you to use it with a pair of headphones.
The app will also allow you use it to control your phone remotely.
You’ll just need to make sure that your phone is connected to the PC, then press the “Send” button.
The app will then automatically ask you to choose an IP address to connect to, and send the IP address.
You can then control your phones Bluetooth on your phone, and control your PC using a PC’s microphone and speakers.
The Bluetooth earpieces will be $30 apiece, but if you buy them together, you get a pair for $40.