After a series of leaked images and renders, we already have a pretty good idea about how the two upcoming Nexus phones from HTC will look like, but price tags had remained undisclosed till now. Someone in HTC has allegedly leaked pricing details of the Nexus Marlin and Sailfish, but as you probably can guess already, it's still a rumor and nothing is for certain yet.
According to the source, the two smartphones from Google in 2016 will be more expensive than last year's models with a price tag of $599 for the Nexus Marlin and $449 for the Nexus Sailfish. These are of course, the price tags for the basic 32GB models and there will likely also be costlier models with higher internal storage capacities. The Marlin will cost $100 more than last year's Nexus 6P ($499), if the rumor turns out to be true. We will soon find out more next month as the two HTC-Google Nexus smartphones are probably going to debut in September with Android 7 Nougat right out of the box.
Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)
Google said it's time to monetize the its incredibly popular Play Store Apps, the tech giant will add supports to a unique ad-supported suggestion system.
These ads in question will only be present within the search results in much the same way you see results being pushed to Google's web search. So you might start seeing suggested apps pop-up in you Play Store searches. These will look almost identical to other results but will be marked with a little "Ad" label (this means the publisher paid to make this App on the top of thel list).
This initial beta test will consist of apps from developers, already using Google's advertisement platform. It is also important to note that at this time ads will only appear in search results and not on any home page or app section.
Source (Android Developer Blog)