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With more than seven years of Android smartphones under our belt, I thought it would be fun to take a look back at some of the more important releases. There are
HTC is in trouble. The company’s stock is now trading under cash on hand which means they’re essentially worthless.
Sometimes when a smartphone is released, it is very easy to tell what the manufacturer was aiming for. Unlike some popular lines of smartphones like Samsung’s Galaxy S series or
If true, this may be sad for many, but according to @eldarmurtazin on Twitter, Google will be killing off the Nexus line by next year in favor of Google Play
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Android 4.0 was recently unveiled by Google and all Android users are hoping that their device will receive this new mighty software update. While many newer devices are slated to
Ice Cream Sandwich may not yet be available on any device other than the not yet released Galaxy Nexus, but the oldest of the Nexus family has already received an
In theory, those with Android 2.3 should see an Ice Cream Sandwich update.
The Nexus One has been on the market for more than a year, and it’s still a contender in the Android world. Vodafone just launched Android 2.3.4 for their Nexus
Today, the official Twitter account for the Google Nexus Phones has just tweeted out a rather vague post. We have a surprise for you today. Stay tuned! All we want
Some Nexus One owners who rejoiced at getting Gingerbread in February have just weeks later begun griping about a bug in their phone’s version of Android 2.3. Affected users report
Tired of waiting for those “next few weeks” to come to and end? Grab Gingerbread for your Nexus One and do it yourself.
Gingerbread is hitting Nexus One handsets around the world. For real. We have confirmation from a few Google employees who have already downloaded it. Have you?
The agonizing wait is nearly over as Gingerbread finally starts hitting the Nexus One. The only problem is, it could take a few weeks before your phone sees it.
Take this one with a big grain of salt, but MobileCrunch’s Greg Kumparak is reporting that a Google employee at MWC “casually mentioned” that a Gingerbread OTA for the Nexus