The Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 have been announced and Android Lollipop is well on its way. Here’s everything we know right now about it!
Apple and Google both announced new high-end tablets within just a day of each other. We teardown the specs to see which is best, the Nexus 9, iPad Mini 3, or Air 2.
The Nexus 6 is larger than your average smartphone, but it its size unwieldy? Does the end of the Nexus 7 line mean that we should be treating the 6 more like a tablet?
For a lot of potential customers eagerly awaiting the Nexus 6 unveil, the fact that flagship specs have been matched by a premium price tag is cause for consternation. Has Google priced its new smartphone too high?
The new Google Nexus 9 offers up high-end hardware in a compact tablet. We look at how it stacks up against the best tablets on the market right now?
The newly announced Nexus 6 may be large, but it’s not the only supersize phone on the market. We take a look at the best 5.5″ smartphones currently available.
Before we find out what Google has in store for the Nexus smartphone line, we thought it was a good time for a trip down memory lane. Join us as we examine Google’s mobile hardware history starting with the Nexus One.
For this week’s Friday Debate we take a trip back through memory lane. What’s your favorite or most memorable Android device? What about your experiences with it made it so memorable?
Some people are worried about the “future proofing” of the Note 4. The worry seems to be that, if Samsung keeps the Note 4 as 32-bit only, when some models are capable of running in 64-bit mode, then the Note 4 has no future, it is doomed. Such thinking really isn’t warranted. Let me explain.
No matter how many ROMs I try I always keep coming back to CyanogenMod. So here are my top five reasons to try out Android’s most popular custom ROM.