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The anticipation around new Nexus phones is always high. This year is no exception, especially following last year’s phablet-only release. Throughout the year we’ve constantly heard about two Nexus phones coming our way,
Samsung…the ultimate tease Therefore, I thought this would serve as a good opportunity to help out those who are pondering Samsung’s current offering and curious about the refined TouchWiz. Being that I’ve come from
We’ve heard numerous times before that various manufactures are in on the new Nexus and one of the most likely has been Huawei. This time, a new report has surfaced
We received word earlier today that LG is in charge of building the next Nexus smartphone. This is in spite of other reports saying that Huawei was in charge of
When Android M was officially announced, Google gave the bad news that the Nexus 4, Nexus 10, and Nexus 7 (2012) were not to receive the update due to the
According to recent rumours, we could be looking at a dual launch of the next version of Android operating system, Android M, and a 2015 version of the Nexus 5.
After the Nexus Player saw a price cut directly from Google, the Android TV streaming device is now victim to another price cut, but this time from Amazon.
If you’ve been longing to get your hands on the Nexus 6 and the sweet, stock Lollipop, but the hefty price tag has kept you from your dream, I’m happy
Google I/O is well underway and one of the big headlines to come out of the conference is the inevitable announcement of Android M. Google have announced that the Android
According to a very recent entry in an import/export sheet obtained from Zauba, three major shipments of what are listed as Google Chromecast have been made, suggesting that either the
Google has slashed the pricing of its Nexus Player from $99 to $79. Is this a sign of changes coming around the corner? Or just something Google is doing.
It has been back and forth, but it may finally be set who is making the next Google Nexus device… or Nexus devices. Rumors are still swirling around and this
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