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The Google Nexus 5 is going to receive Android 5.1.1 this week, according to Sprint support. The Nexus 5 is going to be the first phone to receive build number LMY48B,
One of the biggest benefits of owning a pure stock Android device is you will be able to run the latest version of “pure” Android before those other customized software
Mobile provider TextNow Wireless has announced today that all new no-contract plans come included with unlimited talk, text, and 2G data. That’s right, all you’ll need to be concerned with
Today’s highlighted deal is one of the most beloved devices to have ever seen the Android community. That’s right, Google’s own Nexus 5. With its high-resolution 5″ display, colors are
MultiROM was developed some time ago, and with it came the spectacular ability to be able to boot into different ROM’s seamlessly. Before if you wanted to wanted to try
One criticism about the Nexus 6 was that it didn’t share the same cheap price-point that the other devices in the Nexus lineup did, but Amazon have given the device
Ready for a dynamite deal on a case for your Nexus 6? This Neo Hybrid Case from Spigen is a great way to protect your device and by using discount
Technology is a train that stops for no one. It moves faster and faster every day, leaving our relatively new devices in the dust as the next stop quickly approaches.
I recently wrote a post on my AT&T Nexus 6 getting Android Lollipop 5.1. There was some confusion on my part on how to exactly get it right, but after
I have been using a Nexus 6 for the past four weeks, and I can tell you the bugs are getting old. Luckily for me, AT&T started its roll out
T-Mobile is rolling out Android Lollipop 5.1 to their Nexus 6 users today. Your phone should automatically check if there is a new version of software available when you hop
The next Nexus phone faces a bit of a naming dilemma – where do they go after the Nexus 6? Can’t go Nexus 7 because that already exists, and any
Renowned Kernel developer Francisco Franco has shared on his Google+ page that after the Android 5.1 update the Nexus 6 is now running on all four cores engaged constantly. The
After months of waiting, Verizon customers can finally get the Nexus 6 on “the nation’s largest and most reliable 4G LTE network” starting on March 12 online, and March 19
According to TechnoBuffalo, Kevin Yang, a director at the Chinese research firm iSuppli, Huawei will be the manufacturer of the next Nexus. Google made the decision after considering other local manufacturers and